Mumbai Salsa - External Reviews

wogma rating: Watch if you have nothing better to do (?)
quick review:

Not all love stories are the same. So, we have four. There is an attempt to touch upon some serious issues in relationships, while retaining a sense of humor. Unfortunately the humor is neither atrociously funny nor subtle. The serious parts lack novelty and punch. And neither can you take anything seriously nor can you sit back and enjoy the laugh.

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9 reviewers have given Mumbai Salsa an average rating of 1.9/5.0 (?)

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5 so-so

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Thumbs down by Fatema H Kagalwala, Business of Cinema ...The fact that the voice behind it is lesser evolved and vision far narrower lets an otherwise OK film down.... full review

So-So by Martin D'souza, Glamsham.com ...With a relative new star cast, the actors do well, staying well within the characters they play.... full review

So-So by Taran Adarsh, IndiaFM ...Directorially, Manoj Tyagi has handled the emotional moments well, but the director in him seems to be swayed by the writer in him.... full review

Thumbs down by Praveen Lance Fernandes, indiatimes ...Multiple stories with relationship problems are getting old especially when there is nothing new to offer... full review

So-So by Apurv Nagpal, J.A.M ...the pace of the movie and the performances are both a bit uneven... full review

So-So by Hanumant Bhansali, Radio Sargam ...The first half has nothing much to tell, whereas the second half is quite fruitful in its slick approach of using incidents in the narration... full review

Thumbs down by Pankaj Shukla, SmasHits.com ...It comes with a statutory warning -- please do not expect miracles in the film.... full review

Thumbs up by Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India ... But stereotypes are gently broken and love blossoms through hiccups and hindrances, never losing humour as the sub- text.... full review