Aamras (2009)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Drama, Comedy
Critics Score
15%
Total Reviews: 7
User Score
0%
Total Votes: 0

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Review Summary: AAMRAS is interesting in parts only. However the film will face an uphill task at the box-office because of lack of face-value and

Average Critic Rating: (2.29)
Cast: Vega Tamotia , Ntasha Bhardwaj , Maanvi Gagroo , Anchal Sabharwal , Ajay Singh Choudhury , Vikram Kapadia , Usha Bachani , Bharat Kapadia , Sonali Sachdev , ZARINA WAHAB , Manoj Pahwa , Sunil Sinha , Sukanya Kulkarni , Reema Lagoo , Vineet Sharma , Shubhi Mehta
Director: Rupali Guha
Release Date: 11 Sep 2009

Aamras - Top Reviews

AAMRAS is interesting in parts only. However the film will face an uphill task at the box-office because of lack of face-value and
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
Recall those years when you were growing up.
Taran Adarsh, SIFY

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Aamras - All Reviews

In conclusion, let’s just say that making the decision to dismiss all preconceived notions was the best one till date. While the film is certainly not perfect, it is fresh and boasts of such great talent that surely needs to be appreciated and promoted mo
Prathna Tiwari, Bolly Spice
The story of four teenage girls who despite class differences are united in friendship...
Avijit Ghosh, Times of India
dship, the story revolves around four girls - Jiya (Vega), Pari (ntasha), Rakhi (maanvi), Sanya (aanchal). They are the best of friends who are aged 17-18 years and are in the peak of their teens. Each of them is studying at some of the noted schools in M
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The concept is interesting, but the writing appeals in bits and spurts. It holds your attention at times, since the goings-on look believable. But the film takes a filmi route in its second hour and that robs the film of its freshness. Final verdict? This
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