Sixteen (2013) Hindi Movie Review | 5 Critic Reviews

cast:

Sumit Bharadwaj, Wamiqa Gabbi, Zakir Hussain, Izabelle Liete, Mehak Manwani, Varun Jhamb, Kiran Lall, Highphill Mathew, Rohan Mehra, Keith Sequeira, Molika Verma

Sixteen Posterdirection:

Raj Purohit

story:

Raj Purohit,Pawan Sony

screenplay:

Raj Purohit

dialogue:

cinematography:

weird aggregate rating 5.6/10Sriram Ganapathy

music:

Adam Avil,Eddie Avil,Prasanth Pillai

produced by:

Shailesh R. Singh ,Vishwas Joshi,Dr. Mathews

language:

hindi

genre:

romance

release date:

12-July-2013
run time:
138 minutes


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Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Bollywood Hungama -Taran Adarsh Rating-6
Well, who can forget the days in school? The age when you're stepping into teens, when you are discovering life and relationships, when you're making new friends, when you are learning the difference between love, lust and infatuation, when you're discussing/exploring forbidden things with pals
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  •  Times of India -Renuka Vyavahare Rating-5
Access to internet, social networking, smart phones and hefty pocket money have resulted in kids getting an early exposure to things that unknowingly shape their lives and determine their future. The more their parents preach or protect them, the more they revolt and crave for that sense
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  •  Indian Express -Shubra Gupta Rating-6
Sometimes you go in with zero advance knowledge of the film, and it surprises you. Sixteen does exactly that, giving you a bunch of mostly well-to-do Delhi-based 16 year olds, and their brand of confused, teenage angst, observed with a fair degree of sharpness and humour. These are young people
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  •  DNA -Tushar Joshi Rating-4
Highphill Mathews manages to get the right edge to his character playing a boy facing domestic abuse. The dialogues are real and the generation gap between the kids and their parents has been aptly captured on screen. The bonding and camaraderie between the girls is natural and they
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  •  NDTV -Saibal Chatterjee Rating-7
Sixteen might be sweet but it is ‘a tough place to be’. In debutant director Raj Purohit’s sparkling little gem of a film, that home truth isn’t a mere homily.
It takes the shape of genuine concern articulated through the means of a quartet of intertwined stories about the trials and tribulations

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Sixteen (2013)
5.6 out of 10
based on
5 reviews.