7 Hours To Go (2016)

Hindi Action, Thriller
Critics Score
18%
Total Reviews: 17
User Score
0%
Total Votes: 0

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Review Summary: An intriguing plot is not enough to overcome shabby execution. '7 Hours to Go' probably had promise at the scripting stage, but fails to keep your attention in the cinema.

Average Critic Rating: (2.18)
Cast: Shiv Pandit , Varun Badola , Sandeepa Dhar , Vipin Sharma
Director: Saurabh Varma
Release Date: 24 Jun 2016
Est. Budget: 1.0 CR
Est. Box Office Collection: 0.5 CR

7 Hours To Go - Top Reviews

7 Hours To Go is gimmicky, lacking both the smarts and the menace of a thriller
Mohar Basu, The Times of India
There's not a single reason why you can recommend 7 Hours To Go. Perhaps if the director had tried not to copy every Hollywood film he ever watched. Hollywood reruns on TV offer better prospects.
Rachit Gupta, Film Fare

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7 Hours To Go - All Reviews

­ACP Ramesh Dhadke (Varun Badola) has no option but to call Shukla-ji to take charge of the case.
Komal Nahta, KomalsReviews
An unnecessarily flashy takedown of a fairly innovative plot
Rahul Desai, Catch NEws
The film is decently photographed but overdoes the Mumbai crime movie clich©s
Sankhayan Ghosh, The Hindu
Style overpowers substance in this thriller
Sarita A Tanwar, DNA India
The concept of this film, without a doubt, must have been exciting on paper. A murder mystery, hostage drama along with a heist, is what gives an impetus to thrillers and this film has it all, except that it trudges on a convoluted, verbose plot, filled with plot-holes and poor characterisation.
Bollywood3
An angry young man takes seven hostages and asks the police for the head of a super rich man who has wronged him. The result is loud, chaotic and mostly pointless runaround. You want to empathise, take sides - the cops or the hostage taker - but the story is too convoluted for us to care.
Manisha Lakhe, Nowrunning
7 Hours to go' makes for an edge-of-the-seat entertainer.
Friday Moviez
There'€™s very little going for 7 Hours To Go, and besides a few twists, the film has very little to offer
CRISELLE LOBO, BookMyShow
Good storytelling is so last year
Arnab Banerjee, Deccan Chronicle
An angry young man takes seven hostages and asks the police for the head of a super rich man who has wronged him. The result is loud, chaotic and mostly pointless runaround.
Manisha Lakhe, Now Running
पत्नी की मौत का बदला लेने की कहानी है 7 Hours To Go
Bhaskar
A promise not delivered
New Indian Express
All we could realize was the style overshadowing the real substance of the film.
Just Bollywood
7 Hours To Go' packs a punch with its action
Times of India
City of clichés
Sankhayan Ghosh, The Hindu