Calcutta Mail (2003)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Thriller
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Review Summary: On the whole CALCUTTA MAIL disappoints. With no hype or hoopla surrounding the film

Average Critic Rating: (2.83)
Cast: Anil Kapoor , Rani Mukerji , Manisha Koirala , Saurabh Shukla , Sayaji Shinde , Satish Kaushik , SHIVAJI SATAM , TIKU TALSANIA , Rajendra Sethi , Deven Verma , Ganesh Yadav , Tarun Shukla , Atul Parchure , Vijay Maurya , Snehal Dhabi , Akhil Mishra
Director: Sudhir Mishra
Release Date: 05 Sep 2003

Plot: Avinash ( Anil Kapoor ) comes to Calcutta to search for his only son and finds himself engulfed with too many people interested in him. His only lead is a telephone number given to him by a cop before coming to Calcutta. As soon, as he lands in Calcutta, he Read more

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On the whole CALCUTTA MAIL disappoints. With no hype or hoopla surrounding the film
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama

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Much delayed Calcutta Mail finally arrived on Friday. The film being a Sudhir Misra film with stars like Anil Kapoor and Rani Mukherjee has lived up to its high expectations. Following his critically acclaimed Is Raat Ki Subah Nahi Sudhir Misra on
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Avant-garde director Sudhir Mishra makes his foray into the commercial arena with this latest Anil Kapoor starrer and delivers an absolute taut thriller reminiscent of the innovative and imaginative Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin. This time Mishra takes a differe
Amit Parikh, Planet Bollywood
Despite its convoluted second half, Calcutta Mail makes an impact because of Kapoor's performance and the effective use of the city of Kolkata as a backdrop for some genuinely gripping chase sequences.
Deepa Gumaste, Rediff 
Sudhir Mishra's Calcutta Mail follows a man who lands in Calcutta searching for someone dear.
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