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Overall Rating: 2.4/5

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Ratings: 3/5 Reviewer:Nikhat Kazmi Site:TimesofIndia

The film may be low on high drama but the director manages to create a mesmerising mood and draws you into the play of emotions that unfolds with a lazy charm. Almost in keeping with the pulse of Darjeeling, captured beautifully on screen by cinematographer Indraneel Mukherjee. While almost everyone pitches in a smart cameo, it is Victor Banerjee’s lonely, aging escapist act that remains with you, with the resonance of the songs and the poetry that he so generously spouts through his philosophical ramblings, with garlic bread and whisky.

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Ratings: 1.5/5 Reviewer:Shashi Baliga Site:HindustanTimes

It’s an interesting plot, acted out with sincerity and competence for the most part. And director Anjan Dutt, with the able help of Indraneel Mukherjee’s cinematography, makes Darjeeling come alive — not in a sugary romanticised manner, but with much affection, dwelling on its crowded streets as much as its picturesque lanes and sweeping vistas.But the movie fails to grip or even make its impact gently as the four stories become little more than vignettes while the script meanders much like Darjeeling’s pathways. And yes, its verbosity certainly doesn’t help.

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Ratings2.5/5 Reviewer:Martin D Souza Site:GlamSham

CHOWRASTA is an interesting flick. It’s like a well-written novel you read on a lazy afternoon, one you do not wish to put down until you reach the last page. The build-up of the assortment of characters is subtle and their story interestingly narrated.Every tale connects with you.Go for it. You won’t be disappointed.

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Ratings2/5 Reviewer:SpiceZee Bureau Site:SpiceZee

After mindless comic capers that left the audience wanting for a serious cinematic experience, ‘Chowrasta Crossroads of Love’ comes at the right time. Although, the film is low on entertainment value, the film may turn out to be a surprise hit, considering the multiplex strike. The film doesn’t boast of a glamorous star cast or lovely foreign locales or heart-touching music, yet the film appeals due to histrionics of the actors.With just 90 minutes running time, this short flick keeps the interest of the audience alive.

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Ratings: 3/5 Reviewer: Site:RealBollywood

The film is a little lethargically paced, unfolding the events taking its own sweet time but then actually it works because of the scenic setting of the Darjeeling hills. Cinematographer Indraneel Mukherjee has done a splendid job in capturing the beauty of the famous North Eastern hill station. The background music deserves special mention as well.The film makes for a good watch if you want to see something really sensible in these days of mindless entertainers or high pitched melodramas. With its just 90 minutes running time, you won’t end up losing much.

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