The Xpose (2014)

Hindi 1 hrs 53 mins Thriller, Thriller, Suspense
Critics Score
23%
Total Reviews: 18
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Review Summary: During the story the same scene [with the girl falling] is shown three more times; once it is the actual fall...

Average Critic Rating: (2.06)
Cast: Himesh Reshammiya , Zoya Afroz , Sonali Raut , Yo Yo Honey Singh , Irrfan Khan , Jessy Randhawa , Adil Hussain , Ananth Narayan Mahadevan , Ananth Narayan Mahadevan , Bharat Dabholkar , Rajesh Sharma , Bharat Dabholkar , Jessy Randhawa , Ashwini Dhar , Kunal Thakur , Nakul Vaid , Kanika Dang , Naresh Suri , Daya Shanker Pandey , Ali Raza Namdar , Rushad Rana , Deepak Dhadwal , Nagesh Bhonsle
Director: Ananth Narayan Mahadevan
Release Date: 23 May 2014
Est. Budget: 14.7 CR
Est. Box Office Collection: 10.8 CR

Plot: Two actresses, Zara Fernandes and Chandni Roy, are both set to make their film debut on the same date. Chandni's film becomes a box office success, whereas Zara's film is a flop. This angers Zara who believes she is higher and better than every other new actress. Zara starts an Read more

The Xpose - Top Reviews

THE XPOSE is a decently-crafted vintage musical-thriller that keeps you guessing about the identity of the...
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
Thrills chills scandals surround the murder of a star in the '60s. Eleven suspects are on the scanner. With cops black marketers and booming beats the story 'falls' from an almost 'Teesri Manzil' style plot
Madhureeta Mukherjee, Times of India
Shockingly Entertaining…
Divya Solgama, Movie Zadda
To an extent 'The Xpose' does succeed
Shubhra Gupta, Indian Express
If murder mysteries could be comedies
Rachit Gupta, FilmFare

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The Xpose - All Reviews

The Xpose is nothing like the thriller movies of the 1960s. It is a short futile presentation (under 2 hours) which knows that it is futile, but yet celebrates it. Come to think of it, a lot like a Yo Yo Honey Singh song.
Kartik Iyer, Bolly Spice
You could skip it!
Koimoi.com Team, Koi Moi
Good films require innovation; bad ones are usually recipe-based. And the really terrible ones? Those are recipes gone horribly wrong. What the makers of The Xposé will have you believe is cinema is actually punch lines, and lots of songs roughly mashed t
Unknown, Bollywood.Com
High cheek-boned, chisel jawed, donning long double breasted red and black colored coats, slim waisted, lanky legged, perennially pouting Himesh Reshammiya plays superstar Ravi Kumar in a hastily put 60’s setup. Popular Bollywood stereotypes and some unca
Stutee Ghosh, Planet Bollywood
It is so bad that it is good!
Noyon Jyoti Parasara, Now Running
Himesh Reshammiya keeps coming back to contest the box office elections by releasing one self-produced film after another. He just doesn’t quit. So after multiple defeats in different terrains with films like Aap Ka Suroor, Karzzzzz, Radio, Damadamm and K
Unknown, Indicine
After his back to back flop outings as an actor, singer and music director, Himesh Reshamiya knows no stopping. He is back with another venture called ‘The Xpose’. Directed by Anant Narayan Mahadevan, the movie also stars Irrfan Khan, Sonali Raut, Zoya Af
Neha Prashar Gupta, Bollywood 3
A musical peek into the golden era 'The Xpose' acted and produced by Himesh Reshammiya is a dazzler in its musical and visual elements that mixes the attitude of the sixties director Ananth Narayan Mahadevan tells a murder mystery that delivers on by gone
Vishal Verma, India Glitz
A musical peek into the golden era 'The Xpose' acted and produced by Himesh Reshammiya   is a dazzler in its musical and visual elements that mixes the attitude of the sixties director Ananth Narayan Mahadevan tells a murder mystery that delivers on by gone era's seductive tones, starry tantrums and dialogues promising mass appeal.
India Glitz
You could skip it!
Nandhini, OneIndia
During the story the same scene [with the girl falling] is shown three more times; once it is the actual fall...
Unknown, Glam Sham
Firstly it is a Himesh Bhai’s film
Aubrey D'souza, BookMyShow
Story: Thrills, chills, scandals surround the murder of a star in the '60s. Eleven suspects are on the scanner. With cops, black marketers and booming beats, the story 'falls' from an almost 'Teesri Manzil' style plot. Review: It's the swinging 'seX'ties
Madhureeta Mukherjee, Times of India