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One Night Stand Review

One Night Stand Movie Review (Sunny Leone)

One Night Stand Review
Average Ratings:2/5 
Score: 0% Positive 
Reviews Counted: 7
Positive: 0 
Neutral: 1
Negative: 6


Ratings:2/5 Review By: Rajeev Masand Site:CNN IBN
At 97-odd minutes, One Night Stand moves briskly but fails to lift off above the ground. Going to the movies is about feeling alive, and you’d imagine a film about an illicit affair would at least keep you interested in how things pan out at the end. No such luck here. You’ll be craving the comfort of your home. I’m going with a generous two out of five.
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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Anupama Chopra Site: FilmCompanion
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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Mohar Basu Site: Times Of India
However, Jasmine and her writer Bhavani Iyer, manage to whip up only a half-baked, predictable plot ridden with cliches. Even with a compelling idea, One Night Stand remains singularly superficial.
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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Rohit Vats Site: Hindustan Times
Directed by Jasmine D’Souza and written by Bhawani Iyer, the film manages to stay watchable when making points against slut-shaming and double standards, and while the gender-politics is rather obvious, it is good to see a film starring Sunny Leone at least try to position itself on that pulpit.One Night Stand may well win him villain roles, but he has a long way to go.As does the film itself, which -- for all its noble feminist intent -- ends up balancing a 'hard-hitting' Sunny Leone soliloquy back to back with a skimpy Sunny Leone item song.
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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Raja sen Site: Rediff
Directed by Jasmine D’Souza and written by Bhawani Iyer, the film manages to stay watchable when making points against slut-shaming and double standards, and while the gender-politics is rather obvious, it is good to see a film starring Sunny Leone at least try to position itself on that pulpit.One Night Stand may well win him villain roles, but he has a long way to go.As does the film itself, which -- for all its noble feminist intent -- ends up balancing a 'hard-hitting' Sunny Leone soliloquy back to back with a skimpy Sunny Leone item song.
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  Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Shubhra Gupta Site: Indianexpress
Sunny Leone is picture perfect, managing a couple of felt expressions in only a few scenes. Even her bump and grind is same old: this ‘duniya’ is still ‘pittal di’ ; where’s the gold? She will need to seriously up her act overall, and delivering dialogue is part of it, to be able to call herself an actress. Right now, she is gorgeous to look at, but we know that already, and struggling to emote, which has been her bugbear in her last few outings as well. The only person with any acting cred here is Ninad Kamat, who lifts the film whenever he is on. For a film which wants to strike a blow for feminism and sexual freedom, there are some troubling misogynistic touches about ‘hot’ secretaries, and ‘stay-at-home’ wives. Careful, your slip is showing. A song in the film goes: do peg maar aur bhool ja. Good tip.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Hungama Site: Bollywood Hungama
While the film just about manages to hold your attention till the first half that is interspersed with romance and love, the film's second half seems to drag. The film's second half deals with the issue of stalking, but the sad part is that it lacks the necessary thrill to give edge of the seat moments. Had the makers added a few thrill elements whilst addressing the stalking scenes, it definitely would have worked in the film's favour and would have taken the film to a different level altogether. On the whole, ONE NIGHT STAND suffers due to a weak script. It does have its moments, however at the box-office, the film will struggle fighting the competition from other big releases.

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One Night Stand  Story:  

Two strangers decide to go for an one night stand. While the sexy lady moves on, the guy couldn’t get his head off. That creates tension and things get brutal.


One Night Stand  Release Date:

May 6 2016

 Director:  Jasmine Moses D'souza

 Producer:  Pradeep Sharma Furquan Khan

Cast:
Sunny Leone as Celina
Tanuj Virwani as Urvil

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  1. Sunny Leone has only One talent of Spreading Legs

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