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Pizza 3D Rating: 2.31/5

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Ratings:1/5 Review By: Rajeev Masand Site:CNN IBN (IBNlive)

Both thrills and logic are in short supply in ‘Pizza’, remake of the 2012 Tamil super-hit about a timid pizza delivery boy and the repercussions of his supposed brush with the supernatural. The fault lies not in the fact that director Akshay Akkineni employs all the usual horror movie tropes to scare you, but in his singularly unimaginative and lazy treatment of the film’s themes.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Taran Adarsh Site:Bollywood Hungama

PIZZA, the remake of the Tamil supernatural thriller PIZZA [2012], gets it right on some counts. If you haven’t watched the original or are clueless about the plotline, chances are you may be sucked in its world, but the loose ends — despite an unforeseen twist towards the closing stages — cannot be ignored. PIZZA, the remake of the Tamil supernatural thriller PIZZA [2012], gets it right on some counts. If you haven’t watched the original or are clueless about the plotline, chances are you may be sucked in its world, but the loose ends — despite an unforeseen twist towards the closing stages — cannot be ignored.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Renuka Vyavahare Site: Times Of India (TOI)

In times when you are bombarded with hackneyed plots, Pizza is refreshingly real. While the build-up will leave you sweating and gasping for breath, the unfolding of events manages to sustain the tension created. By infusing multiple twists and turns in the story, the director keeps you guessing till the end and that’s the beauty of the film. The faint-hearted can stay away for the film does get immensely eerie. The rest should watch it for it’s one of the most unpredictable thrillers you will see in a long time.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Nishi Tiwari Site: Rediff

But the most striking feature of Pizza, or its star topping, if you will, is the thriller it shapes up as towards the end.It’s all the more exciting considering the fledgling pace at which the film initially kicks off, taking its own sweet time to arrive to the point.If you’re a fan of the genre and have lamented the sorry state Hindi horror films have been in, give this one a chance.It’s a spook-fest that might just instill hope for better things to come.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Shubhra Gupta Site: Indian Express

What I liked about the film is its refusal to weigh anything down with false portent. The horror bits are efficiently done even though my 3D glasses didn’t give me anything extra . An entire portion in the second-half delivers a mild shiver a minute, but at no point did I feel like closing my eyes ( my index of how scary the film is ), and there were some points where a laugh escaped me : those bits were unwittingly funny.‘Pizza’ will give you some nice chills, and a little twist in the end, which is not as a surprise as it should have been. While we wait for the sequel, try catching the Tamil original ( it’s out with subtitles), for a slice of pizza with extra cheese.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Tushar Joshi Site: DNA

The writers suffer from what to do next syndrome. Unable to give the story a conclusive end, they seem to have panicked at the idea of giving the plot a logical end. While the first half has some engaging scenes and spooky scenes the second half really doesn’t do much to raise any scares. With very limited scary moments, this Pizza tastes a bit bland, we wish there was more topping to give it a flavor.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Sweta Kaushal Site: Hindustan Times

UTV Spotboy did not go into a publicity blitz for Akshay Akkineni’s directorial debut Pizza 3D. Interestingly, the movie is a decent one, despite lack of star faces and promotions. A well-executed plot and effortless performance by Akshay Oberoi make this horror flick worth a one-time watch.The film manages to scare audiences with its 3D technique and its surprise element. However, other than those few moments, the story is predictable.Watch it if you love scary movies that come with a few laughs.

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

Pizza 3D is definitely not a memorable watch. Right on your face horror with too many borrowed thrills, it is only in remote parts that the film shows inspired work. The innovative-ness of the climax came as a pleasant surprise and as I was beginning to believe that Pizza attempts something new and doesn’t float in mediocrity, the last scene slashed my hopes. Missing this film won’t be the worst thing after all.

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Ratings:– Review By: Sneha May Francis Site:Emirates24by7

 Pizza 3D Although South Indian remakes are off lost in translation, this Bollywood version is faithful to the original, without compromising on the plot. While the routines might be ridiculed by ardent followers of this genre for being borrowed and unimaginative, it’s ample to scare the fainthearted (like me).‘Pizza’ manages to revive a genre that was long forgotten in Bollywood, and one that was unfairly reduced to soppy musical romances by the Bhatt brothers. Hopefully, Akkineni will manage to wipe away the damage.

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  1. PIZZA [3D]:
    Smells fresh, tastes regular and takes too long to deliver! [2/5]

    While watching horror, most people laugh out of their nervousness as in mental uncertainty for how to react at the proceedings but at times, it just fails and becomes a funnier effort to generate giggles in rejection. Sadly, Akshay Akkineni’s PIZZA finds its place in the later category, for the most. Projected wrongly as a horror film, it is more of a psychological thriller that mocks at the Indian ghost stories and blind beliefs in favor of the same. Conceptually novel, least practiced before and refreshing in thoughts, PIZZA fails miserably in the execution and takes too much time to deliver its strongest portion i.e. the unexpectedly and relatively smarter climax. Bad service, huh!

    An official remake of 2012 Tamil superhit, PIZZA revolves around a pizza-delivery boy [played by debutant Akshay Oberoi] who gets stuck in a haunting villa while delivering one of his orders. Things of strangest nature start taking place behind the closed doors and the delivery boy hardly has any clues about them. Though not sooner, he does manage to escape the playground of the bizarre but not without losing his wife [played by former Miss India Parvathy Omanakuttan] in the pit of darkness. The concluding part includes after-effects of the trauma he has experienced and how the ray of a new hope awaits at the other end of the tunnel.

    From the very start, this slice of psychological thriller thrives to sound, look and be a not so regular horror flick chained in typical groaning-grunting, seductive and revengeful ghost stories Bollywood has been restricted till now (If one could sue someone for that, Bhatts would be the bunch of prime accused). It does show a promising image of change with smart writing taking over the topicalities but only at the start and the very end. In between, it only gets repetitive, immovable and trapped in its own mesh. There are times when you have to nothing but laugh at whatever goes on screen just to release your disappointment. It’s only the climax that saves a lot for your financial contribution at the box office. It’s widely unseen, satisfactory and fairly enjoyable. Still!

    Akshay looks every part of his character and leaves nothing much to complain about his acting ability. He has it in him. And for a début, it is pretty impressive. Parvathy is good though she doesn’t get opportunity of equal level considering Askay’s. In supporting cast, Rajesh Sharma and Arunoday Singh are good. Dipannita Sharma, Omkar Das Manikpuri [Nattha of PEEPLI LIVE] and D. Santosh are completely wasted. In other highlights of the film, the opening credits are one of the most impressive title sequences in recent. Done in the flavors of animated comic strips, it shows a dramatic graphical representation of the time-chasing delivery process in life of a delivery-boy.

    At the end, PIZZA is a feast that smells fresh, looks extremely inventive but disappoints with its ‘run of the mill’ taste despite consoling your soul with its best of portions left to serve at the very end when you’re almost done with it. Avoid ordering this, instead go out with your family to the nearest and your favorite pizza-joint; that will be more fulfilling fun. [2/5]

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