Mod (2011)

Hindi 2 hrs 6 mins Drama
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Review Summary: On the whole MOD appeals in bits and spurts. That's about it!

Average Critic Rating: (2.53)
Cast: Rannvijay Singh , Ayesha Takia Azmi , Raghuveer Yadav , Tanvi Azmi , Anant Mahadevan , Nikhil Ratnaparkhi , Prateeksha Lonkar , Rushad Rana , Usha Bachani
Director: Nagesh Kukunoor
Release Date: 14 Oct 2011

Plot: The principal character is a 25-year-old woman named Ananya ( Ayesha Takia ). The story takes place in a beautiful hill station called Ganga in Southern India's Nilgiris district, where Ananya resides with her father, Ashok Mahadeo ( Raghuvir Yadav ), and aunt, Gayatri Garg ( Tanvi Azmi ). Ashok Read more

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On the whole MOD appeals in bits and spurts. That's about it!
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
Cast:Ayesha Takia, Rannvijay Singh, Raghuveer Yadav, Tanvi AzmiDirector:Nagesh KukunoorIn an idyllic hill station tucked away somewhere in the Nilgiris, lives a spirited young girl who repairs time-pieces for a living. She sends her father out in the stre
Rajeev Masand, IBN 
Ayesha Takia a watch maker in a picturesque hill station finds a strange customer at her door one day.
Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India
Two weeks ago, we had Mausam, which could have been a sensitive romantic film but went haywire
You'll agree that Nagesh Kukunoor's work is like a scribbled graph.
Sonia Chopra, SIFY
Rajeev Masand, Rajeev Masand

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Mod - All Reviews

Mod is like a gentle sonnet played on a cosy winter morning. It's a film you want to adopt embrace and hold close to your heart.
The official remake of the Taiwanese film 'Chen Shui De Qing Chun'  'Keeping Watch' (English Title), 'Mod' is lazy but sweet love story, soaked in the beautiful posters of hill station Ganga, the movie continuously flatters with its cinematography and poetic settings but not so alluring in its screenplay, anyhow it does manages to respect and keep alive the sacred dimensions of love and commitment.
India Glitz
 Good in parts...
Bharat Student
You could skip it!
Komal Nahta, Koi Moi
Slow going, but with a twist
Bollywood Life
Too many flaws and glitches
Bollywood Life
The little town is the home of many colourful characters - Ashok Mahadeo, Aranya's whacky father who is the head of the local fan club of Kishore Kumar, the fiery Gayatri Garg, "GG", her aunt, friend, and confidant, who runs a and is a mothe
Bollywood Mantra
Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Nagesh Kukunoor  Tapas Relia  Tapas Relia  Rannvijay Singh, Ayesha Takia Azmi, Raghuveer Yadav, Tanvi Azmi and Anant MahadevanMod Movie Review October 15, 2011 05:46:21 PM ISTBy Martin D'Souza, Glamsham Editorial view
Martin D'Souza, Glam Sham
'MOD' with refresshing plot and surprising twists and turns...
Sulekha Reviewer, Sulekha
‘Mod’ is an emotional drama movie directed by Nagesh Kukunoor, and as he is better known for his brilliancy in story-telling, he yet again delivers a simple, plain and a beautiful movie. Though the movie engages you in bits and parts, but it will surely m
Aakash Barvalia, Movie Zadda
Ignoring the weak second half Mod still can make for a pleasing watch only because of the scenic beauty and brilliant performances.
Swati Rohatgi, Now Running
Mountains, waterfalls, greenery, and Ayesha Takia -- they all have one thing in common: they are pleasing to the eye. You get plenty of all this eye candy throughout the film, including a little train that winds through these pretty hills.
A Ganesh Nadar, Rediff 
Music is the biggest negative to the film. Cinematography is up to the mark. Dialogues definitely complement the natural situations and make us think in some situations. Editing, if crisp, could have helped the screenplay that is otherwise a bit dragging. But, certain sequences in the film like it taking a too long time to introduce each and every character is a bit dragging and you need to be patient enough to watch the same. Post interval, as the story unfolds with hard to predict twists, things fall in place for Mod. The character of Andy (who actually turns out isAbhay) is portrayed in a manner worth an appreciation. The climax could've been much more interesting as the lack of crisp screen play makes it very dragging and the audience might have been exhausted by that time. Final Word:
Andhra & Telangana Wishesh
Mod may win critical acclaim but it will remain a dull fare at the box-office.