Sunday, September 9, 2007

Darling - Movie Review

Apun Ka Choice: It is the unpredictability element in the story that makes the movie watchable.

Darling is RGV ki comic-horror movie!

It thrills a bit but fails to horrify, which is what the maker set out to do. In the bargain, Ram Gopal Varma lets out your friendly neighborhood ghost who is more cute than horrible. But to give RGV his due, it's better than his AAG which released last week, the embers of which still refuse to die down!

Hindustan Times:
Ghost ghost na raha!

IndiaFM: On the whole, Darling is a well-made product that will find flavor with the multiplex audience mainly.

Now Running:
One extra star goes to this poor ghost film only for Esha Deol's startling presence and sterling account of a woman whom love turns into a roaming spirit.

Darling works in fits and spurts, a pretty watchable film, but with the flavour of a short, made-for-TV movie. Sure it has its moments, but there's not much you're going to remember when you walk out of the theatre, and horror enthusiasts aren't likely to marvel over much of it.

Times Of India:
This Darling has no oomph.

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