Nautanki Saala (2013)

Hindi 2 hrs 10 mins Comedy, Romance, Comedy, Romance
63 %
Total Reviews: 32
Sahi: 20 Nahi: 12

Review Summary: NAUTANKI SAALA! is uncontaminated witty and amusing offers an interesting premise with plenty of good laughs...

Average Critic Rating: (2.88)
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Est. Box Office Collection: 23.2 CR

Plot: The story is about the friendship and the bonding between RP and Mandar and how they face problems and solve them. Ram Parmar aka RP ( Ayushmann Khurrana ) is in meeting with a psychiatrist for problems he's experiencing due to three break-ups in last three months. The film runs in... Read more

Nautanki Saala - Movie Reviews

Nautanki Saala’ I was wondering what was Rohan Sippy’s claim to fame; ‘Bluffmaster’ is the only movie on his filmography that had some recall value. The film essentially worked because the film’s male leads (Abhishek Bachchan and Riteish Deshmukh) shared
Yahoo India
Rajeev Masand
The film deserves full marks for intention, if not for execution
Last year we witnessed a small budget film 'Vicky Donor' with new comer actors and an extraordinary theme attached to it. Overnight this film became a huge hit and was loved by everyone. The film was fresh and crispy to watch. At the same time it also est
Movie Zadda
NAUTANKI SAALA! is uncontaminated witty and amusing offers an interesting premise with plenty of good laughs...
Bollywood Hungama
All the world’s a stage for theatre actor Ram Parmar.
Times of India
Rohan Sippy has tried something different
Indian Express
A well-written and funny film. The only major flaw is directorial inconsistency
FilmFare
The film’s a remake of an averagely rated French comedy Après vous (2003).
SIFY
If you must, check it out for Kunaal’s performance, the fun music and the superbly garish glimpses of Raavan Leela – a play that I would definitely want to watch.
Hindustan Times 
Cast:Ayushmann Khurrana, Kunal Roy Kapur, Pooja SalviDirector:Rohan Sippy'Nautanki Saala', directed by Rohan Sippy, hinges on the wobbly notion that if you save someone's life, he becomes your responsibility.Ayushmann Khurrana plays Ram Parmar, or RP, a k
IBN 
'Nautanki Saala' is completely engaging and a perfect film
Smash Hits
At a run time of 2 hours, Nautanki Saala is a vicious cycle of swallowing the inconsistent soppy romances, hoping you don’t throw up, to waiting for the funny bits to come and trying to hold on to them as long as possible. The movie is plagued with the ‘g
Bolly Spice
Nautanki Saala Movie Review by Indicine critic Joginder Tuteja
Indicine
StoryNautanki Salaintroduces us to some weird and peculiar characters - Ram Parmar (Ayushmann Khuranna), who is theatre actor and the other, Mandar Lele (Kunal Roy Kapur) who is troubled and lonely. RP aka Ram Parmar plays the evil-minded Raavan in a long
OneIndia
The film has some genuinely hilarious moments but otherwise it's a terrible drag
Mid-Day
India Glitz
Just last week we had a release in David Dhawan’s Chashme Baddoor that tried to test our mental equilibrium by unleashing on us weird faces and silly gags.
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But then in hero-driven Bollywood, looking hot is normally the most important role a girl gets to play.
India Today
… This Indian romantic comedy is about Ram Parmar (Ayushmann Khurrana) who is a theatre artist reprising the role of Raavan. One day he witnesses Mandar Lee (Kunal Roy Kapur) trying to commit suicide,
Bollywood Mixer
Worth a watch!
Koi Moi
Nautanki Saala may not be a flawless film but it definitely deserves a watch for its refreshing comedy and delightful performances by the two main lead actors.
Now Running
An experimental and entertaining soundtrack
Bollywood Life
India Today
Nautanki Saala revisits the complex alleys of romances where people cross one another's paths in different relationships at different points of time.
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Funny and interesting romantic entertainer, can be watched
Bharat Student
Kunaal Roy Kapur and Ayushmann Khurrana are seriously funny in this clever comedy!
Bollywood Life
The story is quite simple with moments that will bring a certain smile on your face and a few moments which will leave you in splits. For instance, the scene where Ayushamann has to search for 'Ram' for his play and sees Kunaal coming out of the bathroom
Planet Bollywood
Overall, Nautanki Saala has some hilarious dramebaazi and on the flip side, an extended and stretched storyline goes against the film. You can give it a shot and enjoy a few good performances by some extremely talented actors. A one-time watch is what thi
Bollywood 3
On the whole, Nautanki Saala! is not a very enjoyable or entertaining fare. The laughter it evokes is not enough for an audience to feel satiated. It has already proved to be a profitable venture for the producers who have pre-sold all the rights but the
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