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Ranchi Diaries Movie Review

Ranchi Diaries Movie Review 

Average Ratings: 1.25/5
Score: 100 % Negative
Reviews Counted:6
Positive:0
Neutral:0
Negative:6





Ratings:2/5 Review By:Reza Site:TOI
As far as comic capers are concerned, 'Ranchi Diaries' is all over the place. While it does have an interesting premise and a few funny characters, it fails to translate into a fun watch because the story wanders aimlessly. Even that could have been excused, if the wandering segments were executed well. You see some promise in the first half, where the filmmaker sets the stage for a big-ticket robbery. But the second half deflates any hope you may have of getting laughs. Absurd sequences, where the getaway men start to learn driving as the bank is being looted, and the bit with the police turning up fashionably late, are hilarious. Still, the bank-heist sequence is way long and not always entertaining.
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Ratings:0.5/5 Review By:Sweta Site:Hindustan Times
The film revolves around a young girl who wants to become a famous pop singer and her friends. How her friends land in trouble, thanks to a corrupt politician who is attracted to the girl and how they escape from his clutches forms the entire narrative.The film’s narrative is so confused and chaotic that even the filmmakers appear to be lost regarding the direction and purpose of their work. The film lacks coherence and there is no method behind its madness.
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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Sreehari Site:Rediff
It is within this mass detritus that Sattwik Mohanty pushes in that inventive 30-minute stretch of heisting and you immediately get the conceit: that everything else is a mere put-on. This is a sketch ballooned into a movie.By the end, you see the cast all exhausted and, when they leave the scene, it’s as if they’re going to their make-up vans.But Pitobash, as the firebrand Naxal leader, continues to act and you feel for him. It’s like he is doing it to test himself as a performer.
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Ratings:1/5 Review By:Shubhra Gupta Site:Indianexpress
You get the feeling that this was meant to be a quirky hinterland heist saga, taking off from Ocean’s 11, to which there’s a clunky reference. But this comes off as a random assemblage of scenes– in forests (that’s where the ‘Naxals’ live), a large mansion (that’s where the bad guy stays), police chowkis, and a crumbling building which is meant to house a bank—trying to pass off as a film.
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Ratings:1/5 Review By:ROHIT BHATNAGAR Site:DECCAN CHRONICLE
Overall, Ranchi Diaries is a case of a nervous breakdown or even a psychological disorder. Enter the theatres at your own risk or else skip this weekend and wait for Diwali releases rather. Stay healthy and avoid Ranchi Diaries!
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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Kunal Guha Site:Mumbai Mirror
This one could pass for a B-grade film under the guise of a C-grade one. But the week before Diwali usually beckons held-up releases well aware of their limited shelf life. Speaking of shelf life, the only gag that possible worked here was the dedication offered in the beginning of the film — "in memory of [the decommissioned] 1000 rupee note". Though it may not be enough to get audiences to part with their hard-earned cash.
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Ranchi Diaries Story:  

Ranchi Diaries depicts the story of Gudiya and her friends who hail from a small town Ranchi. She has the dream of becoming a pop sensation like Shakira. Her talent draws unwanted attention of the local Mafia kingpin Thakur bhaiya and makes her elope with childhood lover Manish. The chain of events cross each other and create a ruckus. To get out of this trouble Gudiya and her friends plan for a bank heist. Their ambitious bank heist becomes the joke of the town when they attempt it. Amidst the chaos between the Goons and the cops whether Gudiya and her friends could make it to the survival, is what the #RanchiDiaries all about.

Ranchi Diaries Release Date:

Oct 13, 2017 ( India)

 Director: Sattwik Mohanty

Producer:  Anupam Kher

Cast:
Soundarya Sharma
Anupam Kher
Jimmy Shergill

Run Time:  2 hours and 10 Minutes


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