Straight (2009)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Comedy
17 %
Total Reviews: 12
Sahi: 2 Nahi: 10

Review Summary: On the whole STRAIGHT is as confused as the protagonist in the film. Disappointing!

Average Critic Rating: (2.04)
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Plot: In the midst of central London, a successful Indian restaurant called 'Gaylord' is run by a Londoner of Indian origin called Pinu ( Vinay Pathak ). A simple soul at heart, Pinu has many complexes - a special one being that he is a virgin and has experienced no intimacy... Read more

Straight - Movie Reviews

There are some films that aren't meant for theatres.
Rediff 
Vinay Pathak is back and this time as a virgin who's confused about his sexuality. He wasn't always like this.
SIFY
On the whole STRAIGHT is as confused as the protagonist in the film. Disappointing!
Bollywood Hungama
Dazed and confused
Rajeev Masand
Straight – Ek Tedhi Medhi Love Story is about the twisted love life of Pinu Patel, played by Vinay Pathak, a man who owns a restaurant in London and drives a Mercedes but can’t seem to land a girl.
NDTV 
The film is a breezy exploration of the twin bogeys that most Indian men have about their sexuality.
Times of India
[an error occurred while processing this directive]Straight could''ve explored all this and more beautifully, without getting preachy, but unfortunately, there''s no dum in the screenplay. It''s dry and dreary and goes on and on and on... and ends up bein
OneIndia
He explains his "KISS" approach by elaborating it as 'Keep it Simple & Straight'
Smash Hits
e, the story is set on the backdrop of London where Pinu Patel (Vinay) is a successful hotelier with his 'Gaylord' restaurant. Though success has been with him professionally, his personal life is hazy since Pinu has never had the scent of a woman. To add
Bharat Student
Some hamming and amateurish acting doesn’t improve matters. But Vinay Pathak and Gul Panag give the film much of its credibility with their sincerity and ability to rise above some very corny situations and lines. It’s a shame to see two actors so good th
Hindustan Times