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3G is not even funny as a horror film. It is repetitious making for very long 125 minutes.Read more
Except for the first few times that Neil Nitin Mukesh emotes fear, 3G has nothing going for it. The minimal good effects of that too are erased off, for what his character is made to do later in the film.
From the basis of the scary supernatural to the ludicrous technical and metaphysical mumbo-jumbo, everything about 3G first makes you slap your palm to your forehead, then irritates and finally bores you with repetitions. There might be just a couple of occasions where you might look forward to something novel, but that dies down almost immediately.
Just when you think the pace couldn't get any slower, you are thrown into a song with pretty much no rhyme or reason other than some gratuitous skin show.
If at all the film managed to hook you for a bit, the question would haunt, "Why aren't they leaving Fiji? The exotic location songs are done already?"
You get the drift, so let's keep this short. There must be better themes for horror lovers to make horror, no?
- meeta, a part of the audience
So-So, by Madhureeta Mukherjee, Times of India : ...Along with a series of brutal events, the film is lavished with sinful series of bold kisses (perfectly tongue-in-mouth types), well shot and brave, very brave by Bollywood norm. ... full review
Thumbs down, by Prathna Tiwari, Bolly Spice : ...Neil Nitin Mukesh comes across as a very unstable performer who may deliver something decent in one sequence however in the very next scene he’ll unintentionally make you laugh in an attempt to scare or wow you.... full review
Thumbs down, by Nupur Barua, fullhyd.com : ...The movie could have been a great sci-fi horror, but they brought in extraordinary circumstances that are so far-fetched that after a point, you stop being scared and begin to concentrate on the lack of logic. ... full review
Thumbs down, by Shaheen Parkar, MiD DAY : ...Debutant writer- director duo Shantanu-Sheershak (who earlier penned the Neil-Bipasha starrer Aao Dekhen Zara) may have thought that combining technology, horror, voodoo along with a skin fest in an exotic location were enough.... full review
Thumbs down, by Swati Rohatgi, STARDUST : ...There isn’t a saving grace even in the performances of the actor who relentlessly try to salvage the demented script but falter in their efforts. ... full review
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