Life Ki Toh Lag Gayi - External Reviews

wogma rating: Switch channels if it's on cable (?)
quick review:

Skip it. Random, haphazard, rather pointless.

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19 reviewers have given Life Ki Toh Lag Gayi an average rating of 0.1/5.0 (?)

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18 nays
1 so-so

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Thumbs down by Bobby Sing, Bobby Talks Cinema.com ...Though the intentions seem to be honest behind its realistic writing but the execution is not able to make any kind of desirable impact on the viewers.... full review

Thumbs down by Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama ...Rakesh Mehta has filmed a number of sequences with expertise. Sadly, it's the writing that lets him down.... full review

Thumbs down Daily Bhaskar ...Barring few performances and dialogues, nothing in the film manages to strike the chord. Poor script, boring screenplay and music leaves 'Life Ki Toh Lag Gayi' in a very risky situation.... full review

Thumbs down by Blessy Chettiar, DNA ...Individually, these stories work fairly well, but when seen as a film, they fall flat. None appear to move one enough to feel for the characters. ... full review

Thumbs down Free Press Journal ...There is nothing ingenious or exciting about the plotting. In fact the entire proceedings appear poorly orchestrated and entirely clueless.... full review

Thumbs down by Martin D'Souza, Glamsham Editorial, Glamsham.com ...Casting has let the film down big time and that is very disappointing because this film had the potential to make an impact.... full review

Thumbs down by Rohit Vats, IBN Live ...Good actors are wasted due to unimaginative writing. ... full review

Thumbs down by Fatema H. Kagalwala, India Entertainment ...Not really a comedy, it is a slice-of-life film intending to be feel-good. Unfortunately, nothing in the film comes together to make us feel really good about it.... full review

So-So by Shubhra Gupta, indian express ...I went in expecting nothing, and I was rewarded by a film that surprised me despite some predictable patches, and kept me engaged. ... full review

Thumbs down by Shaheen Parkar, MiD DAY ...The story meanders around their trials and tribulations with Manu Rishi providing the light moments with the rest doing their bits in a script that has nothing much to offer.... full review

Thumbs down Movie Talkies ...Overall, though the film has a fair premise and a couple of good performances, director Rakesh Mehta muddles up the affair with his rough execution.... full review

Thumbs down by Mansha Rastogi , Now Running.com ...When you donât have a plot that holds your attention you look for the actors but sadly even that doesnât work in the case of this film for even the likes of Kay Kay Menon seems to have slept through their parts.... full review

Thumbs down by Shaikh Ayaz, Rediff ...this is a film that will be remembered for two things: casting Razak Khan against type as a suave prince, and more shockingly, the heroine uttering the unutterable, vis-à-vis screen baddie Shakti Kapoor... full review

Thumbs down by Sonia Chopra, Sify Movies ...The film had potential, sure, and Mehta got it right with some casting gems like Kay Kay Menon and Manu Rishi. But other than that, there’s nothing in the film to keep you hooked. ... full review

Thumbs down by Swati Rohatgi, STARDUST ...Filmmaker Rakesh Mehta brings a clout of actors, some good some bad, and presents a mumble jumble or sorts that defeats your logistics completely.... full review

Thumbs down by Anuj Kumar, The Hindu ...It is the kind of film where the director feels that offbeat treatment will hide the inadequacies and lack of imagination in writing.... full review

Thumbs down by Gaurav Malani, Times of India ...Debutant Rakesh Mehta's writing is patchy and uninspiring and direction lacks the impact. The film tries too hard to be funny but falls flat at most instances.... full review

Thumbs down by Madhureeta Mukherjee, Times of India ...Director Rakesh Mehta tells a story which is more cramped with characters than Mumbai's local trains. The dialogues are unmoving and script more disoriented than the city's unbearable traffic.... full review