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Dashavtar Review


Dashavtar Review

Overall Rating: 2/5

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Ratings: 1/5 Reviewer:Taran Adarsh Site:BollywoodHungama
When you buy a ticket of DASHAVTAR [dubbed Hindi version], you also wish you would've taken the writer of this film along, who knows the film inside out, because it's very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very [10 times!] difficult to decipher what's going on, what this marrrrrrrrrrathon film actually wants to convey. Of the 10 roles, Kamal Haasan appeals only as the ex CIA agent. However, the makeup looks fake for a few characters. Asin is terrible. She irritates after a point. Mallika Sherawat suits her role. She's good. Jaya Pradha is wasted. What did she see in this role? On the whole, DASHAVTAR is a poor show all the way. Hugely disappointing!

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Ratings: 3/5 Reviewer:Nikhat Kazmi Site:TimesofIndia
Kamal Haasan re-releases his Tamil film, this time in Hindi. Ironically, some times experiments aren't always successful.It's an international plot about apocalypse, spanning the cycle of Karma and Continents. Yet, despite the feel of kitsch, the film does manage to work as a racy thriller.Watch the film for its ostentatious canvas and for Kamal Haasan's daring, Although, his sundry avtars only remind you of his earlier disguises which clicked: Hindustani and Chachi 420.

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Ratings: 2/5 Reviewer:Anand Vaishnav Site:Buzz18
Arguably the most innovative actor of his generation, one gets a feeling that since Kamal couldn't make 10 different films, he chose to pack it all in one. One guesses he has no intentions of taking a backseat in his future films too. Perhaps no one is good enough to translate his eccentric vision into reality – maybe not even Kamal himself.Despite its applause worthy scale of production, Dashavtar is an exhaustive watch. What promises to be Kamal's power of 10 is eventually a 10-pronged torture on the senses.

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Ratings: 1/5 Reviewer:Martin D Souza Site:Glamsham
The story is as far-fetched as the characters and the ultimate climax is the understanding of how the Tsunami of 2004 came about. At least that is what the makers are driving at. There are also two parallel stories running across, one of Kamal Haasan the sting operator (a fearless TV reporter) and another of Kamal Haasan the kung fu expert from Japan who is out to avenge his student's death. Add eight more Kamal Haasan's, and you get the drift of the title of the film!.Ram Gopal Varma buried himself in his self-glorification called, 'RGV Ki Aag'. He has found a serious contender in Kamal Haasan.

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