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Enemmy Review

Enemmy Rating: 2/5

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Enemmy Movie Review

Ratings:2/5  Review By:  Taran Adarsh Site:BollywoodHungama

Trikha borrows every ingredient on the shelf that constitutes an entertainer — cops versus gangsters, fists of fury, heavy-duty drama, item song, clap-trap dialoguebaazi… as a matter of fact, he goes full throttle with the assets available on shelf. This is vintage 80s masala that refuses to age. Once the stage is set, the narrative, although interesting at times, meanders into been-there-seen-that kind of situations, more so towards the penultimate moments. Sure, Trikha tries to integrate a twist or two in the tale, but, again, you know where the film is heading a few sequences later. On the whole, ENEMMY is vintage masala in a new avatar. This one’s aimed at the masses primarily!

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Ratings:2/5  Review By:  Karan Anshuman Site:Mumbai Mirror

Every once in a while commes along a filmm that seemms stuck in the dark ages of Indian cinemma – the 80s and 90s – presented with about as mmuch finesse as a cammel in leotards. But if cheesy nostalgia is your thing and you want to be transported back to a timme when Central Jail was central in all Hindi drammas, then Enemmy mmight immpress you with Mithun Chakraborty and son headlining a dramma intersecting politicians, cops and of course, gangsters. Enemmy had somme potential as a thriller of with a Rashommon-esque touch as it entirely revolves a single key incident and has three parties trying to figure it out. But it fails, ultimmately, to showcase its strengths.

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Ratings:–  Review By:  Komal Nahta Site:ETC

Ashuu Trikha’s story is kiddish, to say the least. The suspense about who the robbers are is out (to the intelligent audience) quite early on, leaving little excitement for them. Ashuu Trikha has penned a screenplay which is tame and terribly boring. Scenes unfold one after the other in such a slipshod fashion that the audience sometimes wonders if there was a screenplay in the first place. On the whole, Enemmy is a dull show all the way and will not be able to make too many friends at the boxoffice. Losing.

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Ratings:2.5/5  Review By:  Renuka Vyavahare Site:Times Of India

Enemmy is a formulaic multi-starrer action film that manages to entertain when it comes to the depiction of raw action. The stunt scenes are well executed. It’s the plot that seems a tad archaic. While the story has the potential to keep you hooked, unnecessary characters and sub-tracks weaken the intensity of the action. Your questions are left unanswered. If you find old-school masala action films entertaining, Enemmy may appeal to you.

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Ratings:1.5/5  Review By:  Sonal Dedhia Site:Rediff

There is hardly anything revelatory in Mithun Chakraborty, Suniel Shetty, Kay Kay Menon and Mahaakshay Chakraborty starrer crime thriller Enemmy. The film’s tagline — Law and Disorder — reflects in the way things unfold on the screen. There’s no method to the madness that has gone into packaging this old wine in a new bottle. Director Ashu Trikha sticks to the formulaic — the ugly nexus of underworld dons and corrupt cops, political leaders aid them.

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