Abhay (2001)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Drama
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Total Reviews: 7
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Review Summary: On the whole ABHAY has nothing to offer to the masses or the classes. Poor.

Average Critic Rating: (2.96)
Cast: Kamal Haasan , Raveena Tandon , Kitu Gidwani , Milind Gunaji , Vikram Gokhale , Naveen Nischol , Smita Jaykar , Srivallabh Vyas , Yashpal Sharma , Manisha Koirala
Release Date: 16 Nov 2001

Plot: Nandu(Kamal Hassan) is the psychopathic, animalistic man, whose past has wronged him and embedded its mark deep into his soul, creating a personal hell inside Nandu; A hell in which Nandu is living; A hell that haunts him every passing second and with every breath he takes. While Nandu spent Read more

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On the whole ABHAY has nothing to offer to the masses or the classes. Poor.
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama

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Abhay - All Reviews

The film is brilliant in a few scenes. But these scenes too _x000D_ are so quickly executed that it's difficult for a common man _x000D_ to understand. The remaining scenes are routine and predictable. _x000D_ If you are a Kamal's fan, you can't afford to miss the Abhay's _x000D_ role in this film. Others can avoid it.
Idle Brain
A very shrewd story writer Janardhana Maharshi has made a story for 'Abhay' that look like an assorted one from the recent half a dozen Kannada films. There is nothing new and the recent 'Rajani' starring Upendra was almost similar. Winning the lover after half a dozen senseless, mindless actions by the hero is an outdated theme. It is high time challenging star Darshan accept some challenging subjects that showcase his acting potentiality!
India Glitz
“Padmashree” Kamal Haasan is known for being unconventional. The characters he has essayed, the films he has produced, and even the one he directed, “Hey Ram” have all dared to be different. Returning this time with “Abhay,” one of the most hyped movies o
Vijay Ramanan, Planet Bollywood
After all, it isn't often that Kamal Haasan fails.
R Swaminathan, Rediff 
It seems as if the film has been made just to satisfy the actor in Kamal Haasan and every thing else has taken a backseat
Smash Hits
Any Kamal Haasan film is a treat. Only the grade varies.
Ad-Lib, SIFY