Fireflies (2014)

Hindi 1 hrs 45 mins Drama
29 %
Total Reviews: 14
Sahi: 4 Nahi: 10

Review Summary: Fireflies shows promise, with an engaging plot. It is a well done film!

Average Critic Rating: (2.29)
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Release Date:
Est. Budget: 10.0 CR
Est. Box Office Collection: 0.5 CR

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Fireflies - Movie Reviews

105 minutes of boredom
Story: The film traces the journey of estranged brothers Shiv (Rahul Khanna) and Rana (Arjun Mathur) as they wander through life seeking redemption. Review: A tragic incident in the past leaves the brothers scarred for life. Unable to put the past behind
Times of India
Fireflies movie review
Indian Express
The jerk of the sudden climax revels in its all consuming, vulnerability which is liberating to watch and that is what makes it an unmissable watch.
Koi Moi
It’s almost impressive, the key word here being ‘almost’
Sincerely Done, Goodlooking & Well-Intentioned
FIREFLIES is different, it's brilliant!
Glam Sham
Things fall apart, the centre cannot hold, and a tear-dimmed tide is unleashed on the characters of this intimate character-study.
Bollywood Life
This is a classic bookend device-an intentional marker for treatment over narrative-preparing t
Mumbai Mirror
Can there be any more cliched plot? Try hard and we bet you still won't find any.
Hindustan Times
Fireflies is is one giant cesspool of sadness and agony that is ever-expanding and will engulf every barely happy soul it can get its hand on
Fireflies is a well-developed story with a new concept, strong dialogues and an adept cast. However, its slow pace and intense scenes might comes across as bland and uninteresting for people who do not enjoy parallel cinema. However, if you are free this weekend, go watch this film for its refreshing plot and enthralling presentation.
A painstakingly slow narrative fails to engage your senses
Deccan Chronicle