Strangers (2007)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Thriller, Romance
23 %
Total Reviews: 9
Sahi: 2 Nahi: 7

Review Summary: STRANGERS is a well-made intelligent thriller but it caters to a miniscule audience only.

Average Critic Rating: (2.39)
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Plot: Strangers is 2007 Hindi film directed by Anand L. Rai and starring Jimmy Shergill, Kay Kay Menon, Nandana Sen, Sonali Kulkarni. It is an adaption of the 1951 Hitchcock film Strangers on a Train.... Read more

Strangers - Movie Reviews

STRANGERS is a well-made intelligent thriller but it caters to a miniscule audience only.
Bollywood Hungama
Finally, do excuse Strangers by hamara Aanand (he spells it like that). And sir, sorry for taking up your time and attention. That sentiment I would like to share with the readers too. Take care, always boss. Love.
Hindustan Times 
Indian filmmakers are finally realising that movie-making is much more than good boy-meets-good-girl stories.
Times of India
As per the self- explanatory title, the film is a thriller-sort, involving two people who meet each other for the first time.
Any way, 'Strangers' is still stranger for movie lovers
Smash Hits
king offbeat films seems to be catching up with most of the dynamic film makers in Bollywood and 'Strangers' is another chip of the block. Set in the backdrop of England, the story starts with Rai (Kay Kay Menon) and Rahul(Jimmy Shergill) traveling in the
Bharat Student
Movie Review : StrangersDirector : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Anand L Rai  Vinay Tiwari  Javed Akhtar  Kay Kay Menon, Jimmy Shergill, Nandana Sen, Sonali KulkarniBy Martin D'Souza, Bollywood Trade News Network View Strangers Movie StillsYou do not want to
Glam Sham
Stranger is a well made mystery narrated with style. Due to lack of promotion it will find its audience constrained to the multiplexes.
Now Running
But the execution is reasonably competent in a stylized, technical sense, even if the film achieves the negative distinction of seeming ploddingly slow for even a 90minutes runtime! And why have such a suddenly frenzied climax? Was it necessary to save a few additional minutes with such an abrupt change in the pace, like a tortoise changing suddenly into a hare? Or was there just the realization that the editor (the talented Sanjay Sank
India Glitz