Johnny Gaddar (2007)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Thriller, Thriller
79 %
Total Reviews: 23
Sahi: 18 Nahi: 5

Review Summary: Johnny Gaddaar is one of the finest Bollywood thrillers to hit the big screen.

Average Critic Rating: (3.40)
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Plot: The film starts out on a rainy night with a conversation between four cops in a van, patrolling the streets. A car narrowly misses colliding into them on the road, brakes and then continues on towards a house with iron gates. A man in a jacket gets out from the... Read more

Johnny Gaddar - Movie Reviews

See, told you it's wise to un-loop that fantastic opening track. If the movie is as good as the album, we have something special ahead of us.
Rediff 
JOHNNY GADDAAR is a taut thriller that has the germs to catch up with the audience.
Bollywood Hungama
Whodunits and suspense sagas sound interesting on paper, but not every film-maker can translate them with panache on celluloid.
SIFY
When he does that, you know he’ll give the Bhansalis and the Mehras a run for their money. Till then, he’ll be a slick technician identified with wondrous visuals and a pulsating soundtrack. Come to think of it, that’s saying quite a lot in this day and a
Hindustan Times 
The film teasingly weaves and winds its way through the dark recesses of the human psyche and comes up with an ace when you least expect it.
Times of India
Yet, against the odds, it works in its own quirky way.
Rediff 
The five of them decided to come together with money as the common motivating factor, they all want to make big bucks quickly and easily, even if it means doing a few underhand and illegal thingsThe youngest guy in the gang is Vikram who is a smart, smoot
Bollywood Mantra
Saturday, September 29, 2007Cast- Debutante Neil Nitin Mukesh, Dharmendra, Rimi Sen, Zakir Hussein, Vinay Pathak, Daya Shetty, Ashwini Kalsekar, Govind NamdeoDirector-Shriram RaghavanRating-**1/2Shriram Raghavan re emerges after petty long and true to his
OneIndia
A story about a gang who wants to crack a deal until one of the gang member decides to betray. The new comer Neil( singer Mukesh's grand son) is an excellent actor and he has proved himself with this movie. he not only has the looks but he has announ...
Sulekha
Movie Review : Johnny GaddaarDirector : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Sriram Raghavan  Vishal Dadlani, Shekhar Ravjiani.  Jaideep Sahni, Hardkaur, Nilesh Mishra  Neil Mukesh, Zakir Hussain, Dharmendra, Rimi Sen, Vinay Pathak, Ashwini Kalsekar.By Martin D'Sou
Glam Sham
The film is a must watch for all those who love thrillers
Smash Hits
A must-watch thriller...
Sulekha
Johnny Gaddaar is one of the finest Bollywood thrillers to hit the big screen.
Now Running
Director Sriram Raghavan gives us yet another fast paced, edge of the seats thriller, after his much applauded Ek Hasina Thi.
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Sulekha
is a good story with an excellent screen play which will make sure that you will get glued to your seats to the end.The Plot:If one were to tell you that this is a suspense saga with a lot of unpredictable twists, one is sure you would rather not like to
Bharat Student
However it’s a thriller with a difference, the audiences know who the game player is right from the start, so the trick for the director is despite this to still maintain the graph of the film and still hold the audiences’ attention and he manages to do s
Bollywood Mantra
It would be unwise to reveal the story of this film, but director Sriram Raghavan has honestly admitted that late filmmaker Vijay Anand and the novels of James Hadley Chase have been his inspiration....
Sulekha
Debutant Neil Nitin Mukesh carries the heavey burden of the movie on his shoulder with
Bolly Spice
JOHNNY GADDAR is fast-paced, has the right dose of the thrill element and has a good ensemble cast. But there is that ‘extra something’ missing that could have elevated it from merely a good, slick thriller to an engrossing, edge-of-the seat cinema...
Sulekha
Read once again the writer’s name above. Trust me, I didn’t choose it that way. Guess some things are just meant to be.
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