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38 reviewers have given R...Rajkumar an average rating of 0.4/5.0 (?)
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Thumbs down by Baradwaj Rangan, Blogical Conclusion, The New Sunday Express ...But at least in the songs sequences, we see why Shahid was cast. Is there a dancer who moves as well as he does, and who radiates as much joy to the audience? Pritam supplies the film with just the kind of soundtrack it needs – catchy beats to go with the inventive nonsense-lyrics... full review
Thumbs down by Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama ...Shahid Kapoor gets to portray a mass-friendly character and he gives it his best shot. He's an exceptional dancer and emotes very well too, but, like I pointed out earlier, he looks far from real when it comes to fighting an army of villains. Sonakshi Sinha seems to be getting repetitive and needs to reinvent herself. Ditto for Sonu Sood, who plays the mandatory villain without much of an effort. ... full review
Thumbs down by Martin D'Souza, Glamsham.com ...Prabhu Dheva's movies are getting as weird as his dance moves....
Thumbs down by Karan Anshuman, Mumbai Mirror ...Shahid Kapoor's still going at it hammer and tongs - putting every high energy bit of himself out there whether it is the action or the dancing. Wish he'd been given some space to act as well. And as for Sonakshi Sinha, well she's become a bit of a masala bunny now. You know, like Prakash Raj is. ... full review
So-So by Madhureeta Mukherjee, Times of India ...While 'R...Rajkumar' entertains at some levels, it suffers from utter plainness and predictability. The raw action is impressive (Ravi Varma), the songs (Pritam) and the choreography are routine attractions. The second half seems like a sari too long and the comedy is often forced... full review