Shor In The City (2011)

Hindi 2 hrs 10 mins Action, Thriller
81 %
Total Reviews: 21
Sahi: 17 Nahi: 4

Review Summary: SHOR IN THE CITY belongs to one of those rare categories of movies with sensibilities that would not only entice...

Average Critic Rating: (3.36)
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Est. Box Office Collection: 4.3 CR

Plot: The film revolves around five central characters in the city of Mumbai. Tilak ( Tusshar Kapoor ) is a small time publisher of pirated books who along with his friends Mandook ( Pitobash Tripathy ) and Ramesh ( Nikhil Dwivedi ) kidnaps a famous author and forces him to give... Read more

Shor In The City - Movie Reviews

Tusshar Kapoor Nikhil Dwivedi and Pitobash Tripathi are three typical wasters who throng the streets of Mumbai looking for a high adrenalin fix.
Times of India
Shor in the City is a terrific film. It’s surprising and disturbing and has a vein of rich, dark humor coursing through it. With great skill and inventiveness, directors Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK capture the chaos, absurdity and cacophony that constitut
Rajeev Masand
SHOR IN THE CITY belongs to one of those rare categories of movies with sensibilities that would not only entice...
Bollywood Hungama
Cast:Tusshar Kapoor, Preeti Desai, Sendhil RamamurthyDirector:Raj Nidimoru, Krishna DkThree desperate men fighting circumstances and struggling to make a better life for themselves in a corrupt metro… these are the protagonists of the appropriately titled
You see the influence of dark-humoured crimes stories from Hollywood.
At the recently concluded FICCI Frames, in a session of debutants, comprising filmmakers Vikramaditya Motwane (Udaan), Abhishek Sharma (Tere Bin Laden), Kiran Rao (Dhobi Ghat), Habib Faisal (Do Dooni Chaar), Maneesh Sharma (Band Baaja Baaraat) and Karan J
Bolly Spice
The law of averages catches up with Balaji Films. After a couple of breathtaking movies, this one fails to impress, and will certainly not do business of the Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai or even the Shootout at Lokhandwala caliber. A gritty direction and s
Movie Zadda
The women are either whining girlfriends intent upon their boyfriends to the brink, or pretty party girls out for a good time.
India Today
With changing times, people''s preference for films has seen a major change. Going by the last year''s trend, people who loved masala and comedy films like Dabangg and Housefull also loved serious and off beat films like Peepli Live and Dhobi Ghat. The co
Shor In The City doesn't quite make much Shor. The story had the potential to make a great film however its execution mires its prospects.
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One doesn't lose much if he or she misses it
Smash Hits
Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Raj Nidimoru and Krishna Dk  Sachin-Jigar and Harpreet  Sameer and Priya Panchal  Tusshar Kapoor, Preeti Desai, Alok Chaturvedi, Sudhir Chowdhary, Pitabash Tripathy, Sendhil Ramamurthy, Nikhil DwivediShor - In The Cit
Glam Sham
Shor in the city movie review Starcast: Tusshar Kapoor, Nikhil Dwivedi, Radhika Apte, Preeti Desai,...
Shor in the City – one film that promises to deliver power-packed entertainment that doesn’t insult the intelligence of the viewer. With this being the duo’s third film itself (anybody remember Flavors?), they’ve already carved a niche of doing something
Planet Bollywood
This isn't the first time a film captures the essence of the dark under belly of Mumbai. Neither is this a first attempt at weaving different stories that move towards a common end. So what makes SITC stand out in a crowd?
You could skip it!
Koi Moi
Sensible yet entertaining!! Watch it!!
Bharat Student
Now this is one film that makes you feel that if only the narrative would have been even more imaginative and the presentation sleeker, it would have not just turned into a gritty affair a la Guy Ritchie or a Quentin Tarantino cinema but also broken new grounds for Indian cinema. It does strive to do something unique though as it makes audience join the journey of three small time criminals (Tusshar Kapoor, Nikhil Dwivedi, Pitobash Tripathy).
India Glitz
That'd be tragic to say the least.
India Today