Srijana Mitra Das
Joker's a 'vegetarian' family dish that overloads the cheesy corn without adding common sense. Wa...
After watching this film and feeling like a guinea pig in Shirish Kunder’s lab, we know that it c...
Joker is ham fest at best. A plausible half decent plot, which too gets wasted by lunatic antics ...
Joker would scare aliens away. Unfortunately, Joker isn’t as awful as you expect it to be, fallin...
‘Joker’ is not funny at all. Entertainment wise, the film really has nothing to offer.
The problem with JOKER is that it fails to take off from Stage I. The plot moves about in circles...
Like a joker, the film makes a complete fool of itself. However it fails to make you laugh. The c...
This clown fails to make you laugh! Shirish Kunder’s madcap alien saga is so appalling that it ca...
Give Joker a miss if you value your sanity and money. It gives commercial Hindi cinema a bad name.
Overall, it’s a ‘joke’ on the audience courtesy Shirish Kunder. You’d be better off not being the...
Joker is a daft comedy. There isn't a single line in Shirish Kunder's Joker that actually works, ...
All in all, I would just like to say that it’s a breath of fresh air and worth a watch. You won’t...
On the whole, JOKER is a joke of a film. Disaster! Despite everything going in its favor, JOKER f...
Overall, Joker is funny in parts. Better acting could have helped it. A good aatch for Akshay Kum...
Joker is an amusing but predictable fare. Nothing out-of-this-world. It’s a timepass watch but no...
Joker is one-time watch as it is a mass entertainer and delivers a lovely message. But note one i...
hed their own republic in Paglapur. And that’s how it stayed for the next 60 years! While the world outside changed, Paglapur remained isolated, with no electricity, television or sanity! Now, decades after the world forgot this village, a NASA scientist of Indian origin, Raj/Agasthya (same name as Akshay Kumar had in Jaaneman) and his wife, Manali find themselves on the road to Paglapur. Raj is working on a top secret project for creating a device to communicate with aliens.
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