Machine Movie Review – The romantic thriller drama movie Machine is released today in the Indian cinemas now. The film is directed by Abbas-Mustan and written by Sanjeev Kaul, produced by Jayantilal Gada (PEN), Haresh Patel (AD Films), Pranay Chokshi, Abbas Mustan Films Productions and Dhaval Jayantilal Gada.
The film starring Mustafa Burmawala and Kiara Advani in the lead roles. Mustafa plays the role of Ransh and Kiara Advani plays the role of Sarah.
Machine Story: Machine depicts the story of racing enthusiasts Sarah (Kiara Advani) and Ransh (Mustafa), who meet each other under mysterious circumstances. As their bond becomes stronger, they eventually fall in love. However, new things begin to unfold, which change their lives forever.
Let’s have a look at the Machine movie review by top Hindi film critics like Rajeev Masand, Taran Adarsh, Komal Nahata, Raja Sen, Anupama Chopra, Kamal R Khan, IMDB Rating, Times of India, Hindustan Times, and much more at here.
Machine Movie Review
1.) Rating: 1/5. Review by Surabhi Redkar on Koimoi
Buy yourself a good Happy meal instead of a ticket for this film. Machine’s cinematic brilliance is limited to being an entertainer for a nightout with friends, that also has lots of booze. Machine is for machines – who can’t think! So if you’re brain-dead enough catch this film!
2.) Rating: 0/5. Review by Rohit Vats on Hindustan Times
Abbas-Mustan disappoints like never before. Even machines will find it hard to enjoy Machine. Alas, that doesn’t happen and Machine becomes as discreet as its opening credit, which shows a camera entering a human ear and reaching heart through abstractly imagined ear canal.
3.) Rating: 1/5. Review by Nihit Bhave on Times of India
The mind boggles at the thought of movies like these, that actually get written (?), shot, publicized and manage to hit the theaters. Does no one with an ounce of objectivity intervene at any point? Anyway, here we are, and here it is.
4.) Rating: 0.5/5. Review by Rajat Tripathi on Bollywood Life
Everything except the points mentioned in ‘What’s hot’. Only after you watch Machine you will realise the beauty of the word “why?”. So many emotions in three letters.”Why” is the only word that could possibly contain whatever you see on screen.
5.) Rating: 1/5. Review by Madhuri on Filmi Beat
Keeping your brain, heart and other functional organs aside is highly advisable if you EVER plan to plunge yourself in this abyss. For those who are lucky enough to escape from its clutches, let’s just stick to Akshay Kumar- Raveena Tandon’s Tu Cheez Badi Hai Mast Mast song instead!