Fitoor (2016)

Hindi Romance
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Total Reviews: 67
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Review Summary: 'Fitoor' is beautiful to look at, but it lacks the punch to keep the viewers engaged!

Average Critic Rating: (2.48)
Cast: Katrina Kaif , Aditya Roy Kapur , Tabu , Aditi Rao Hydari , Rahul Bhat , Akshay Oberoi , Lara Dutta , Suchitra Pillai , Andy Von Eich , Govind Namdev , Ajay Devgan
Director: Abhishek Kapoor
Release Date: 12 Feb 2016
Est. Budget: 60.0 CR
Est. Box Office Collection: 19.0 CR

Plot: Fitoor is an upcoming Indian romantic drama film directed by Abhishek Kapoor and produced by Siddharth Roy Kapur based on Charles Dickens' novel Great Expectations. It stars Aditya Roy Kapur, Katrina Kaif and Tabu in leading roles Read more

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Fitoor - Top Reviews

Isn't perfect, but a skillfully made film that's easy on both eye and ear
Rajeev Masand, IBN Live
Great Expectations, one of my favourite books, that has been adapted in Fitoor, left me wondering whether films should be obligated to conduct themselves responsibly when picking up such iconic literature.Like, not taking the revered literature and turning it into a gimmicky cinema that is visually entrancing but emotionally numb.The film starts in Kashmir, where we see a little boy Noor helping out a wanted man, a militant on the run. Then on, the other characters tumble out - the beauteous Est
Sonia Chopra, Sify
So, Fitoor takes a multi-layered classic, dilutes its themes of imperialism and social hierarchies, and chooses instead to interpret it in a more Bollywood-esque manner.
Suprateek Chatterjee, Huffington Post
Isn't perfect, but a skillfully made film that's easy on both eye and ear
Rajeev Masand, IBN Live
I’m going with three out of five
Rajeev Masand, Rajeev Masand
The director casts two attractive people where he ought have chosen a couple of actual actors instead, and thus it becomes hard to care about the protagonists or their sundered hearts, and despite aesthetic appeal, what we end up with is -- at best -- a screensaver
Raja Sen, Rediff
So on an overall basis, ‘Fitoor’ is stunningly mesmerizing in terms of its grandeur and cinematography. Sadly, films don’t work on these merits and out here the boring storytelling and weak screenplay ruins all your great expectations and ends up giving frozen results.
Divya Solgama, Cine Markets
Watch it for its beauty (cinematography by Anay Goswami), music (Amit Trivedi) and a few and far in between tender, touching moments
Go for it because there might not be too many better films than Fitoor this year.
Abhishek Kapoor’s adaptation of the ‘Great Expectations’ is intense but superficial.
Rummana Ahmed, Yahoo!
It’s possibly the most pretentious love stories we’ve seen so far
Sneha May Francis, Emirates 24X7
Director Abhishek Kapoor could've done a lot more with this film. The love story between his leads should have been a lot more intense. But in the end the film turns out to be a shallow affair.
Rachit Gupta, Filmfare
What the Dickens? Katrina, Aditya Roy Kapur star in a beautiful but disappointing adaptation
Subhash K Jha, First Post

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Fitoor - All Reviews

The music seems to go well with the snowcapped peaks and the darkness and coldness of the popular story for now
Suanshu Khurana, Indian Express
It is an exotic body with a paper heart
Rahul Desai, Catch News
Fitoor means obsession, is an great case of presenting Kashmir.
Galaxy Reporter
The problem with Fitoor is that it's a love story that is not romantically compelling
Kapoor’s adaptation begins with the story of Pip, Estella and Miss Havisham, but tapers into a narrative about unrequited love, complete with a Bollywood ending
Fitoor is this very finely shot, very bizarre breathy romance film which is saved by moments of true madness displayed by the brilliant Tabu.
Manisha Lakhe, Now Running
Fierce but not compelling
Satya Kandala, Economic Times
फितूर' में आदित्य-कैटरीना पर भारी पड़ी तब्बू की एक्टिंग
Noor' Aditya Roy Kapur steals away the thunder with his 'Fitoor'!
Madhuri Prabhu, Claps N Slaps
The music and cinematography elevate an otherwise dull Fitoor.
Lokesh Dharmani, Masala
'Fitoor', does not live up to the great expectations you have from the film
Source, Santa Banta
The music of Fitoor is the soul of the film, ranking above other elements of the film. Editing has several flaws. Many scenes are dragged and at the required places, they are chopped off. The cinematography is another big plus to Fitoor and production values are rich. Director Abhishek Kapoor could not bring out the required feel in the subject he took, even though the casting is good.
Aravind, Andhra & Telangana Wishesh
To play with a great quote, oh what a tangled web we weave, when we learn to retrieve - in this case, retrieving a classic indeed caused a tangle, albeit one of Pashmina dhaagas.
Srijana Mitra Das, Times of India
Fitoor is a film that looks magical, has impressive performances, yet lacks ‘wow’ factor. This love story is not everyone’s cup of tea and hence those with artsy tastes may like it.
Surabhi Redkar, Koi Moi
Except for some well shot songs and Tabu’s performance, Fitoor is a waste of your precious time and money. Do not invest anything on it and pick some else this weekend.
Neha Prashar Gupta, Bollywood3
To sum up, despite being far from perfect, Fitoor springs quite the surprise
Jay Mamtora, Bolly Brit
Watch Fitoor for its soulful music and stunning cinematography, based in Kashmir
Tania Rana, BookMyShow
Katrina, Aditya are inadequate; No great expectations from this Valentine's Day film
Anna MM Vetticad, First Post
ये 'फितूर' नहीं आसाँ , कमजोर कहानी है
R J Alok, Aaj Tak
The story is more complex than one you would expect to find on TV'€™s Hallmark Hall of Fame
Harvey Karten,
As it stands, Fitoor is about Noor, Noor is all about Firdaus, and Firdaus is a beautiful blank
Uday Bhatia, Hindustan Times
Watch it if you want t o watch boring poor remake of 'Great Expectations'
Box Office Capsule
This adaptation of Great Expectations is visually stunning, but if you are looking for an intense love story, you are barking up the wrong chinar tree
Aditya and Katrina in a beautiful but shallow affair
Sweta Kaushal, Hindustan Times
Fitoor is a great film with its unmistakable technical aspects but missed the chance of becoming one of the greatest films because of the lead cast
RagMayur, Chirtamala
'Fitoor', wants desperately to be a grand, epic romance but depends way too much on its stunning Kashmir canvas to achieve that
Aditya Roy Kapoor, Katrina Kaif are coming to make your valentine beautiful
The Reporter Times
On the whole, FITOOR is a huge letdown despite its great visuals, as it fails to connect emotionally. At the Box-Office, the movie will appeal only to a minuscule set of multiplex audience.
Bollywood Hungama
Katrina Kaif and Aditya Roy Kapur’s film falls short of our Great Expectations!
Tushar P Joshi, Bollywood Life
‘Fitoor’ did start nicely; presenting subjects like the social pyramid in Kashmir, but it weakens towards the middle, going overboard with gloom
The problem with Fitoor is that it's a love story that is not romantically compelling
A superbly-crafted love epic
Economic Times
A lush adaptation of ‘Great Expectations’ with a gaping hole at its centre
Uday Bhatia, Live Mint
I Really Wanted to Like Fitoor
Janhvi Patel, iDiva
Besides, the film has great melodies.
Abhishek Kapoor’s adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic has a deeply miscast lead pair.
Nandini Ramnath, Scroll.In
India Glitz
Tabu’s Begum is a world of her own, often hard to fathom but she holds the viewer in her grasp and Fitoor eventually turns out to be her film than that of Noor or Firdaus
Watch, if you have nothing better to do
Mehak Khurana, Desi Martini
Loosely infusing themes of terrorism and cross-border aman, along with this (largely) one-sided love story, he's mostly accountable for reducing a classic to a sappy tale that induces sniffles, but only when you check how much you paid for the ticket
Kunal Guha, Bangalore Mirror
What would you expect a Bollywood hero to do? Confess love and deliver some high-octane dramatic dialogues? That’s not what you get in Abhishek Kapoor’s Fitoor.
Fitoor', isn'€™t perfect, but it'€™s a skillfully made film that'€™s easy on both the eye and the ear
Source, BookMyShow
यह तो तब्बू का 'फितूर' है
Narendra Saini, Aaj Tak
'Fitoor', is at all times more Bollywood than Dickens
Rachel Saltz, The New York Times
Katrina Kaif-Aditya Starrer A Visual Masterpiece
Priyanka Prasad, Filmi Beat
It’s left to Tabu to give the movie some emotional punch or any real connection to Dickens.
Rachel Saltz, NY Times
Underneath all the surreal beauty, this adaptation of Charles Dickens's Great Expectations falls short of fulfilling the great expectations people had from it.
Ananya Bhattacharya, India Today
An Adaptation That Doesn't Live up to ‘Great Expectations’
Troy Ribeiro, India West
Katrina Kaif’s film spares no one, not Kashmir, not Delhi
Shalini Langer, Indian Express
'Fitoor', takes its own sweet time to unravel and the languor is unearned because the longing is unconvincing
Source, Sen City
On the whole, Fitoor is very slow and confusing too.
Komal Nahta, KomalsReviews
Tabu STEALS the show while Aditya Roy Kapur and Katrina Kaif impress with their PASSIONATE performances!!!
Tushar Joshi, Bollywood Life
Katrina Kaif, Aditya Roy Kapur Look Great, But Can’t Save This Cartoon Of A Film
Deepanjana Pal, Scoop Whoop
Tabu steals the show in this Katrina Kaif, Aditya Roy Kapur starrer