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Khiladi 786 Reviews



Movie Khiladi 786
Directed by Ashish R Mohan
Produced by Twinkle Khanna
Himesh Reshammiya
Sunil Lulla
Story by Himesh Reshammiya
Starring Mithun Chakraborty
Akshay Kumar
Asin Thottumkal
Raj Babbar
Himesh Reshammiya
Mukesh Rishi
Music by Himesh Reshammiya



Reviews
Akshay Kumar as an actor is an exceptionally talented one has been proved time and again – given the man has a decent story to perform in. Not this one, though. The genre of action is the Khiladi’s forte, goes without saying; however, when it remains in the realm of the real. One single man taking on more than 200 goons and flattening them single-handedly – come on, haven’t we had too much of that already?
- Zee Movies review; Rating 1 out of 5

Khiladi 786 has nothing new to offer. It is cut from the same cloth that has yielded many of Akshay Kumar's recent vehicles. These films have sought to cash in on his rough and rowdy screen persona. Khiladi 786 does more of the same.In short, it is another outright assault on the senses. The comedy is crass, the acting borders on the slapstick, and the general air that hangs over the film is one of utter lunacy. The loudness is accentuated manifold by an ear-splitting background score.
NDTV review; Rating 2 out of 5

Khiladi 786 begins by announcing that the world has two categories of people: earners and spenders. And every wedding is an occasion celebrating the union of the two types: “jahan ek kamaane wale ko ek kharch karne wala mil jata hai”. That offensive, sexist beginning doesn’t keep the film from paying its cynical lip service to ‘love marriage’—and it’s not going to keep a whole country from spending our hard-earned money on it either. We only get the movies we deserve.
First Post review; Rating 


This is no Rowdy Rathore, folks, this is just a gimmick. True, they did infuse it with a lot of other delightful innuendos, and some reference to comic books, but at the same time, ruined with unclever lines and expectant looks. This is a wannabe funny movie, an assault on our collective intellect.
Rediff review; Rating 0.5 out of 5

Of course, this sitcom-style harebrained plot is merely a skeleton on which debutant director Ashish R Mohan drapes low-IQ humour, ear-splitting background music, cartoonish action sequences and several Reshammiya songs.
Hindustan Times review; Rating 2 out of 5



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