Hulla (2008)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Drama
42 %
Total Reviews: 12
Sahi: 5 Nahi: 7

Review Summary: HULLA has an entertaining first hour but is letdown by a loose second half.

Average Critic Rating: (2.69)
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Plot: Raj ( Sushant Singh ), an aggressive stock-broker in a prosperous broking firm and Abha ( Kartika Rane ), a marketing professional are a couple in their early-thirties. They move into a new 2-bedroom flat in a Mumbai suburb expecting peace and quiet. Life is sweet as their promising careers... Read more

Hulla - Movie Reviews

Case of curious film coincidences again – if the last few weeks had terrorism as their pet focus, all of this week's are comedies revolving around community living.
The film boasts of just a few quirky moments here and there with some finely nuanced scenes by both Rajat and Sushant.
Times of India
Anyway, thanks to the believable performances by Stockbroker and Chairman, you don’t actually run out of the auditorium to check your own ear drums. In addition, there’s an excessively funny housing society guy who’s always threatening to tear his shirt.
Hindustan Times 
HULLA has an entertaining first hour but is letdown by a loose second half.
Bollywood Hungama
Hulla feels like a television sitcom stretched into a movie. The screenplay is clunky and beyond a point, you stop caring about Raj’s peculiar predicament. Also, Varma introduces darker subtexts, which disrupt the tone rather than strengthen the narrative
Debutante director Jaideep Varma picks up a story you can identify with, especially by those living in Mumbai. And the humour injected in the narrative makes you break into uncontrollable laughter at times. But Jaideep Varma, the director is letdown by Ja
Movie Review : HullaDirector : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Jaideep Varma  Jaideep Varma  Javed Akhtar  Sushant Singh, Rajat Kapoor, Kartika Rane, Vrajesh HirjeeHulla Movie Review September 22, 2008 12:49:29 PM ISTBy Martin D'Souza, Bollywood Trade News Net
Glam Sham
If only he had made the second half as interesting
Films do not get any more fun than Mukul S. Anand´s super-hit Hum. Made clearly for the masses and the young-at-heart, it is hard to forget the euphoria generated at cinemas and video parlors the world over when this movie originally released in 1991. Whe
Planet Bollywood
It's likely to fare well at select multiplexes of select cities only, though
Smash Hits
An average treat, can be watched for its novel idea...
Bharat Student
To begin with HULLA touches a topic that we all can easily relate to. While we all deal with the watchmen issues as a usual thing, this movie talks from the point of a man who rides against the tide and decides to stick out for his rights. And it is into
Planet Bollywood