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Warning 3D Hindi Movie Review

Warning 3D Rating: 1.71/5

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Warning 3D Hindi Movie Review


Ratings:1/5 Review By: Rajeev Masand Site: Masand’s Verdict :CNN IBN

This kind of film could’ve still been fun if the manner in which each of these friends met with their deaths was at least interesting. But director Gurmmeet Singh bumps them off so unimaginatively and uneventfully that you’re denied that guilty pleasure too. Far from recreating the kind of tension you felt while watching Jaws or Open Water, this one leaves you so tired from by all the squabbling in the group that you become impatient for them to drown or be eaten alive. I’m going with one out of five for Warning. The only thing truly baffling is that this film is supposedly based on true events. Which means morons like these actually existed!

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Taran Adarsh Site:Bollywood Hungama

One expects WARNING to be a scarefest, since the plotline does have potential for several nerve-racking and edge-of-the-seat moments. However, the genre is not tapped to the fullest. There are hardly any nail-biting moments in the first half, although a few episodes in the post-interval portions do make you anxious. What dilutes the impact, however, is the song ‘Bebasi’ that keeps cropping up sporadically. The writing has its share of highs and lows. On the whole, WARNING has some nail-biting moments, but they are few and far between. Average!

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Saumil Gandhi Site:Mumbai Mirror

The biggest grouse against the film are the songs, especially the repetition of Bebasi in the second half they are often out of place with the narrative and the tone that the film is trying to establish. They kill the tension that builds up and is clearly the result of a producer trying to make the film more marketable. Warning is a genre film that takes an unusual idea to mainstream Bollywood. It may be flawed, but it has moments that thrill in the grandly entertaining manner of classic grade films. If you’re looking for two hours of chills and spills at the box office, it is your best bet this weekend.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Madhureeta Mukherjee Site:Times Of India (TOI)

If you suffer from hydrophobia, be warned that this story won’t keep you buoyant for long. The characters stay in water for most part and all the dramatic deluge happens deep down. The continuous sea shots do make you sea-sick, washing away your attention span. Some off-shore action would have kept the story afloat longer. ‘Warning’, heavily inspired from Hollywood film ‘Open Water 2’ with all its highs and lows is a new effort at a waterworld story, but fails to safely swim ashore even with a life-vest.

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Ratings:– Review By: Komal Nahata Site:Zee ETC Bollywood Business

The film is a remake of Hollywood film Open Water 2. The story is exciting and offers edge-of-the-seat thrills and chills. On the whole, Warning has the merits to do well at the ticket windows but it will need a sustained publicity campaign to increase awareness among the public. Without a renewed promotional campaign, the film will go largely unnoticed in spite of merits. While its poor initial is a dampener, its 3D effects and positive mouth publicity are the plus points. Opening in the cinemas was frighteningly poor everywhere.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Sarita Tanwar Site:DNA

What’s good: The film is well-shot. The length (under two hours) of this ocean adventure is just right for and packs in all the ingredients of a thriller. The star cast is entirely made up of fresh faces save Manjari Fadnis and they are made to look shiny in swimwear rather than dazzle you in the histrionics department. What’s not: The storyline is too thin. It really needed more thrills and chills. For a film advertised as s shark film, and India’s first underwater film (didn’t Blue do the same?) the shark attacks are tame (or lame). The first half is racy but in the second half offers nothing new. What to do: Don’t subscribe to Nat Geo? Then this might be exciting for you.

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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By: Shubhra Gupta Site:Indian Express

The final straw are the songs. Okay, no one sings as they fight the waves. But the songs becalm all action, and we are treated to placid panoramic views of the sky and the sea. There are a couple of scary moments, but no relentless stretches of heart-in-mouth terror, the kind that binds this kind of thriller. Even the shark waits politely for the song to end before launching forth.

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Ratings:1/5 Review By: Khalid Mohammed Site:Deccan Chronicle

Here are top 10 warnings against a 3-D deep sea misadaventure which could have been more accurately titled ‘Hum Aapke Hain…Jaws!’Last but not the least: The tortoise-paced temp, the absolutely bizarre finale, and the unconvincing performances (save for the impressive Manjari Phadnis as Lady Romantic) compel you to rush out from the auditorium and drown –your sorrows in drink. A must-remember: Carry a survival-kit, a floating duck and a sleeping bag just in case you don’t heed any of my 10 warnings.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Mohar Basu Site:Koimoi

What’s Good: The film is rivetingly shot in fabulous locales of Fiji. The thrills are in abundance in the film and you manage to stay hooked till the end. What’s Bad: The film is a straight lift from the popular adventure flick Open Water 2. Watch or Not?: Anubhav Sinha’s Warning is an excruciating drudgery that is plain infuriating as the film moves along. The survival tale of a group stranded mid-sea turns terribly annoying as the bunch of young actors don’t really put up a superlative show. The momentum drops as the screenplay treads forward and the film gives you no heart wrenching moment that you latch on to. Yes, there are enough frights but none unseen, original or impressive. This one doesn’t offer you a single reason why you must watch this film!

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Ratings:– Review By: Meesha Kapoor Site:Emirates24By7

While the first-half is still tolerable, it’s the second-half that proves the real test. If you are able to pack in enough pop-corn and nachos during the interval, then surviving the second half should be achievable. The 3D format only adds to the misery. Towards the latter half, our eyes begin to glaze and it even makes us nauseous! The over-the-top drama and predictable end, the movie is just a lazy rehash of a Hollywood thriller. If you do insist on going to the cinemas, then picking another movie might promise you a ‘happy ending’.So, take a cue from the title of the movie, and stay away from this one!

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