I didn't get a chance to watch Mai, but here is what other reviewers thought of it.
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Thumbs up, by Subhash K Jha, Indicine : ...The scenes are suffused with a high emotional quotient but don’t always display a high level of intellectual involvement in the way the crises grows in the plot.... full review
So-So, by Martin D'Souza, Glamsham.com : ...Kodiyal had a touching subject and an opportunity to take this film several notches higher. Unfortunately, he slackens the pace of the narrative giving the screenplay a theatre element, instead of motion picture.... full review
So-So, by Aakash Barvalia, MoviezADDA : ...Debutant Mahesh Kodiyal have directed and narrated the movie very well. He had perfectly sketched out the emotional moments from the screenplay into the screen. ... full review
So-So, by Mansha Rastogi, Now Running.com : ...Mai, may not be an out of the box concept but definitely deserves a watch for singer Asha Bhosle's stupendous acting debut. Her evocative performance forms the highlight of the film. ... full review
So-So, by Savera R Someshwar, Rediff : ...The fact that Padmini is returning to the big screen after a long hiatus is evident as she hams her way though the film. At one point though, where she berates her drunk husband (played by Ram Kapoor) for his selfishness, the actor we once knew and loved shines through.... full review
Thumbs down, by Arya Yuyutsu, Zee News : ...Ram Kapoor’s acting as the miffed husband and doting dad was a positive, but his potential was left unused as director Mahesh Kodiyal failed to push his character to its potential... full review
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