Main Aur Charles review by Taran Adarsh, Rajeev Masand, Komal Mehta and Anupama Chopra expresses with “Too Gimmicky Charles charm wears off pretty soon”. The movie analysis states that Randeep Hooda playing baddie con man is able to create his theatrical charm but it goes off soon as the film has very less substance. The film has short thrills and looks promising till the half part of the film and then the scenes fall short in entertaining audience. The interesting strands is the game between cop and creep ending at a staggered pace.
Randeep as Sobhraj’s scene screen plays and story lacks the thrills in the movie. Richa Chadda does a commendable job and Randeep clearly justifies his role as his body language and the accent he uses makes Charles alive as a real character. The crime thriller is said to have lots of excitement with vigorous attractive story. It has lots of twist and requires great portion of concentration to understand it.
Main Aur Charles review by Taran Adarsh “The less substance short thrills only promises to entertain audience half of the time but Randeep justifies Charles and looks convincing”.
Rajeev Masand analysis statement “Randeep impresses by his accent, eerie physical resemblance and alive the character but it soon go off because story is not pleasurably authentic”
Anupama Chopra criticism “Theatrical baddie nails the act but the film lacks with having loop holes in detailing”.
Komal Mehta appraisal “Low on content but high on creating 70’s-80’s era and entertaining cat-mouse hunt”.
The film receives a rating of 2 star by Koimoi, International Business Times (Ibtimes) evaluate with 3 stars whereas IMDb gives 8.6 star rating out of 10. NDTV and Times of India (TOI) both gives 3 star rating.
The public response for this film is positive and manages to completely connect audience with their character and story. Audience feedback ‘It successfully passes to create 70’s era’.
|Box Office Collection||Dilwale||Bajirao Mastani|
|Day 1||21 Cr||12.80 Cr|
|Day 2||20.09 Cr||15.52 Cr|
|Day 3||24 Cr||18.45 Cr|
|Day 4||10.09 Cr||10.25 Cr|
|Day 5||9.42 Cr||9.40 Cr|
|Day 6||8.79 Cr||9.21 Cr|
|Day 7||9.26 Cr||10.52 Cr|
|Day 8||8.11 Cr||12.25 Cr|
|Day 9||6 Cr||10.30 Cr|
|Day 10||7.2 Cr||11.75 Cr|
|Day 11||3-3.5 Cr||5.60 Cr|
|Day 12||3 Cr||5.40 Cr|
|Day 13||2.75 Cr||5.05 Cr|
|Day 14||2.48 Cr||5.35 Cr|
|Day 15||3.41 Cr||7.50 Cr|
|Day 16||1.90 Cr||6 Cr|
|Day 17||2.40 Cr||7 Cr|
|Net Domestic||141.58 cr||162.35 cr|
|Overseas||149.80 cr||90 Crore|
|Worldwide||291.38 Cr||252.35 cr|