- meeta, a part of the audience
So-So, Sify Movies : ...My Birthday Song struts its polished demeanour like a badge of honour. It has its slack passages. But most of the time we are absorbed in the goings-on waiting to see how Sanjay Suri gets out of the mess. The narrative gives him elbow room to seek an exit. Then pulls the rug from under his feet, leaving us with a feeling that the scriptwriter wanted us on the edge right till the end.... full review
So-So, by Namrata Joshi, The Hindu : ...Suri works hard at getting under the skin of the character while being perennially under the camera’s gaze. Wish he had a better cast to support him. Some spit and polish and this could have been a rare good Hindi thriller.... full review
So-So, by Reza Noorani, Times of India : ...The production values are top notch and so is the music. While the narrative may get a bit repetitive, like how birthday songs can get, maybe that's what the director intended. That being said, this is one party you may want to attend if you like your cinema to be dark and mysterious.... full review
Thumbs down, by Kunal Guha, Mumbai Mirror : ...While the objective of psychological thrillers may vary, a reliable yardstick would be its ability to leave one unsettled. My Birthday Song hopes to achieve this by leaving the audience dazed and confused. But incessant reliance on tropes and lack of focus, leaves one disinterested and bored — even before the big reveal. ... full review
Thumbs down, by Nandini Ramnath, Scroll.in : ...My Birthday Song has just about enough meat for a short fictional film, but even that would have had to have better writing and less amateurish performances to leave traces. Even the internet has higher standards these days... full review
Twitter reviews for this movie are not available.
No readers have rated this movie yet.
This page has additional observations, other than the ones noted in the main review.