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Hunterrr Review

Hunterrr Rating: 2.25/5

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Ratings:2/5 Review By:  Rajeev Masand Site:CNN IBN
Still, the film rests largely on the able shoulders of Gulshan Devaiah, who succeeds in making you care for a character that's not always likeable. Devaiah brings an everyman earnestness to Mandar, which protects him from coming off as a deviant. Too bad the film itself is promising but ultimately disappointing. A film, that in the end, delivers little else but cheap laughs. I'm going with two out of five for 'Hunterrr'.
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Ratings:3/5 Review By:  Meena Iyer Site:Times Of India (TOI)
Mandar Ponkshe has an insatiable libido. Ironically, after countless affairs, he develops a conscience and seeks something more permanent. The dialogue is light-hearted but mercifully, doesn't depend too much on profanities or the Censor's Board list of banned cuss words. The film spans 25 years and depicts various 's**apades' — from cheating with a Savita bhabhi to passionate s** with a married lady, All said and done, if you're up for something naughty, try Hunterrr.
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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Raja Sen  Site:Rediff.com
Hunterrr is not a truly smart film. It is however brazen, ambitious and decidedly shameless in its celebration of sleaze.Written and directed by debutant Harshvardhan Kulkarni, Hunterrr is a deeply problematic film, one where young boys egg each other on to grope a lady at a fish-market, and where a man who coaxes a woman from airport waiting room to hotel room doesn’t consider asking her name or where she’s coming from.
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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:  Anupama Chopra Site:Youtube
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Ratings:2/5 Review By:  Saibal Chaterjee Site:NDTV
The ambient elements in the film are far more interesting. The retro texture embedded in both the sound design and the visual compositions lend Hunterrr an off-kilter feel. Hunterrr has clearly been made by a cinema freak: all the more reason why it should have been a better film. The promising premise at the heart of Hunterrr is marred by a loopy, laidback storytelling style. The film is too long, too languid and eventually too loose to leave a lasting impression.
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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:  Shubha Shetty Saha Site:Mid Day
Till a point the film holds interest as the premise of a boy refusing to grow into a man and conform to the society's idea of 'responsibility' makes for a mighty interesting story. (Script also by the director of the film, Harshavardhan Kulkarni). But unfortunately, the movie gets stuck in that awkward self-obsessed teen phase along with Mandar. What also works against the film is that this is clearly a threadbare script, which is not really fleshed out enough and thus making for a film as shallow as Mandar's casual s**ual escapades.
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Ratings:2/5 Hunterrr Review By: Shubhra Gupta  Site:Indian Express
And what does it say about Indian society that men can be out-there hunters, and women have to be content to be under-the-radar prey? When will Bollywood give us a film in which men and women are equal opportunity offenders? Can it ever?
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Ratings:1/5 Hunterrr Review By: Rohit Khilnani  Site:India Today
The ambient elements in the film are far more interesting. The retro texture embedded in both the sound design and the visual compositions lend Hunterrr an off-kilter feel. Hunterrr has clearly been made by a cinema freak: all the more reason why it should have been a better film. The promising premise at the heart of Hunterrr is marred by a loopy, laidback storytelling style. The film is too long, too languid and eventually too loose to leave a lasting impression.
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Ratings:3/5 Hunterrr Review By:  Hungama Network Site:Bollywood Hungama
This man clearly seems to know the message that he wants to convey through the film. Full marks to him for making this 's**' film, without making it look vulgar. Even though there are some places (esp. in the second half) where the film starts to struggle (read 'stretched'), Harshavardhan has ensured that the film progresses smoothly by hook or by crook..On the whole, if you like naughty comedy full of witty lines, then HUNTERRR is a must watch for you.
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Ratings:2.5/5 Hunterrr Review By:  Surabhi Redkar Site:Koimoi
The concept seems interesting but when it's not backed by a good story it looks like the makers just are resorting to witless humor to get some eyeballs. Hunterrr seems nothing but another forced adult comedy!
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About Hunterrr:
Initial release: March 20, 2015 (India)
 Director: Harshavardhan G. Kulkarni
Running time: 129 minutes
Screenplay: Harshavardhan G. Kulkarni
Production company: Shemaroo Entertainment

Cast:
Gulshan Devaiya
 Radhika Apte
Sai Tamhankar
Deshmukh
Veera Saxena

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  1. HUNTERRR (A):
    Not all great foreplays ensure great climaxes! [2/5]

    The stage/bed is set. Nicely decorated with all flowery elements, scented in the most arousing aroma and with dimly lit intense mood-making ambient! Charming players [more than you can imagine but essentially and effectively three in this case] have taken their pre-marked place. So far so good! You have all the control over the most before the drum rolls and the game begins; still no one can guarantee an orgasmic climax or even a smooth ride to make it a satisfying s-experience. First timer Harshvardhan Kulkarni’s ‘coming of age’ sex-comedy HUNTERRR is exactly like any love-making situation; you never know which side the camel will sit. Foreplay is just foreplay. It can’t replace the final act, no matter how skillfully it is being performed. Contrary to the myths, the extensive length doesn’t always ensure great pleasure. You may slower the pace, withdraw your force at regular intervals but the rhythm has to be there…and HUNTERRR lacks it. It is one of those failed sex-adventures where you were all set to lose yourself but it never happened the way you imagined.

    Mandar Ponkshe [Gulshan Devaiah] has always been a sex-addict all his life. He’s been hunting ladies of all sorts since his young days. A college girl, an unhappy housewife in his building, a passionate sex-lover; the list is countless. But at 40, this is the age when he must get settled. His all ‘grown-up’ uncle-look is killing his charm. Tripti [Radhika Apte] - a modern girl who can unhesitatingly confess all her past affairs is his last bet to start a fresh. Can he put it on risk by telling her about his irrepressible compulsion to hit on any possible bait in saree, skirt or denims? Or will he be able to tame this wild animal in him for everyone’s good?

    HUNTERRR promises not to be in the league of regular adult-comedies with lewd double-meaning dialogues and the objectification of women with their body parts shown on screen in the most abusive manner but at the same time, couldn’t hold itself from portraying its women characters as the dumbest class on earth. They can be easily fooled and brought to bed by any average looking-certainly ‘not so smart in his tricks’ guy. Why on earth there was not a single female who could bring him beneath her? Yet, some sequences sure work well with a catchy retro-feel soundtrack [Bappi Lahiri and Altaf Raja’s tracks are perfect to recreate the era] and an authentically designed middle-class settings playing the believable quotient in the final mixture. The young days in the plot are potent and fun. The characters are very much from the neighborhood.

    Performances are a relief. They make you stay in the game though the ‘too much’ back and forth narrative style takes all the fun and excitement out of this cheesy looking film of great promises. Sai Tamhankar as the sensuously attractive housewife is perfectly cast. She is expressive, impressive and talented enough to pull it off like no one else could have. Radhika Apte is all about how confident, bold and clear Indian women are today. She brings an effortless and comforting performance yet a very radiant one. And then, the hunter himself! Gulshan’s charming looks and impenitently impish-scheming & teasing body language do it the way it should be. He may not be the typical hero with qualities to die for but sure there’s something in him inexplicable that makes you go with him all the way from start to end. He gives strong shoulders to rest this comparatively weaker film.

    HUNTERRR also tries to speak for domestic sexual violence and new finds in modern age of marriages like compatibility and trust but it is all just some words at touch & go. Overall; it is not a sleazy but lazy, long but loose and ‘not so satisfying’ session. There’s always a next time and a more suitable position to try! [2/5]

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  2. Nice movie I loved it!

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  3. Nice movie, I loved it

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  4. not very good movie, its for niche audience http://www.movietalkr.com/movies/hunterrr-47

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  5. Full timepass & paisa vasool movie.. Bit slower in the second half but its bearable. Excellent dialogue delivery & punch lines!!

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  6. Till d time i han't seen d movie..i though it will be an adult sex movie nd dats all but after watching today..i can say d best movie till now seriosly....awesome performance+good music+adult comedy+entertaining+ nd little bit of impactful emotions....dose reviewers giving less than 3/5 i dont know what dey expect from indian movies!!!

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