Jhootha Hi Sahi (2010)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Social, Romance
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Review Summary: Every film should be judged purely on the basis of its merits/demerits. Comparisons or drawing parallels with another film even if it's helmed by the...

Average Critic Rating: (2.46)
Cast: John Abraham , Pakhi , Raghu Ram , Manasi Scott , Anaitha Nair , Alishka Varde , Prahsant Chawla , Omar Khan , George Young , Nandana Sen
Director: Abbas Tyrewala
Release Date: 22 Oct 2010

Plot: Siddharth 'Sid' ( John Abraham ) works in a bookstore in London named Kagaz Ke Phool with his Pakistani friend Omar ( Raghu Ram ). His girlfriend Krutika ( Manasi Scott ) never leaves a chance to dominate him. The twist comes when Sid starts getting calls from people who Read more

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Jhootha Hi Sahi - Top Reviews

Siddharth (John Abraham) an average Joe who works in a bookstore in London during the day volunteers to work on a suicide helpline at night.
Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India
Every film should be judged purely on the basis of its merits/demerits. Comparisons or drawing parallels with another film even if it's helmed by the...
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
Shubhra Gupta, Indian Express
Every film should be judged purely on the basis of its merits and demerits.
Taran Adarsh, SIFY
Rajeev Masand, Rajeev Masand
The film is nowhere as interesting as its title.
Sonia Chopra, SIFY
Betraying the heroine by acquiring someone else's identity or concealing one's own in order to win her heart is old hat as far as Bollywood formulas go. Professor, Saajan, Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya, Chachi 420, Ghajini, anyone? Except by setting this romantic scr
Sukanya Verma, Rediff 
Almost every hetrosexual character in the film has a crush on Mishka, including the neighbour’s adolescent son but it’s not clear why this is so. As she herself says: aaj kal main hi achhi company nahin hoon. So much of the film is about friends and the s
Anupama Chopra, NDTV 

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Jhootha Hi Sahi - All Reviews

Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Abbas Tyrewala  A. R Rahman  Abbas Tyrewala  John Abraham, Pakhi, R Madhavan, Raghu Ram, Manasi Scott, Anaitha Nair, Nandana Sen and Alishka VardeJhootha Hi Sahi Movie Review November 4, 2010 07:13:45 PM ISTBy Pankaj
Pankaj Sabnani, Glam Sham
'Jhootha Hi Sahi' is the kind of film where a constant smile on one's face is guaranteed for those two and a half hours. Credit for that goes to two men Abbas Tyrewala and John Abraham. One did have certain expectations from Abbas, especially after 'Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Naa'. Here too he doesn't disappoint as he embellishes the proceedings with enough sweet and smile inducing moments that never fail to entertain.
India Glitz
The less said the better for cinematography; it's good but an oft-repeat of London
K N Gupta, Smash Hits
Jhootha Hi Sahi Review : Starcast: John Abraham, Pakhi Tyrewala, R.Madhvan, Raghu Ram, Manasi Scott ...
Sulekha Reviewer, Sulekha
'Jhoota Hi Sahi' has a story with loads of winner moments strewn all over. But it also has loads of scenes and characters so completely inspired from elsewhere.
Noyon Jyoti Parasara, Now Running
Sadly, Abbas Tyrewala''s new offering Jhootha Hi Sahi falls flat for this reason [it doesn''t meet the expectations] as well as several other reasons. What comes across is unexciting, boring and lethargic. Moments make a love story work and Jhootha Hi Sah
You're not competing with Abraham are you?
Kaveree Bamzai, India Today
Dir: Abbas Tyrewala Cast: John Abraham, Raghu Ram, Pakhi, Alishka Varde, Manasi Scott
Bryan Durham, Mid-Day
1. Will Abbas Tyrewala deliver, or will he end up being a one-film wonder as a director?
Ankit Ojha, Planet Bollywood
Jhootha Hi Sahi is not the worst film of 2010 but it does fit among the more average ones. It’s not unwatchable and works as your Sunday afternoon film that makes you smile and even laugh. However, it is disappointing coming from Tyrewala. And as a quick
Roshni Mulchandani, Bolly Spice
The Rahman factory of music that has been churning out one musical album after another has left me disappointed quite a few times recently.
Abhishek Mande, Rediff 
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