Prague (2013) Hindi Movie Review | 7 Critic Reviews |

cast:

Chandan Roy Sanyal, Arfi Lamba, Kumar Mayank, Sonia Bindra, Elena Kazan, Lucien Zell, Vaibhav Suman, Shreya Srivastava

Prague Posterdirection:

Ashish R. Shukla, Rohit Khaitan

story:

Ashish R. Shukla

screenplay:

Ashish R. Shukla, Sumit Saxena

dialogue:

cinematography:

Uday Mohite

music:

Atif Afzal

produced by:

Rohit Khaitan, Sunil Pathare

weird aggregate rating 4.1/10language:

Hindi

genre:

Mystery, Romance

release date:

27-September-2013
run time:
105 minutes
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  •  India Today -Faheem Ruhani Rating-6
'All the women I know are troubled' feels the lead protagonist of this film. At once you know that debutant director Ashish R Shukla is going to take you through an uneasy, difficult and complex journey of its lead character Chandan (Chandan Roy Sanyal) in this richly layered tapestry called Prague.
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  •  Koimoi -Mohar Basu Rating-5
The basic weave of the film’s story is extremely interesting but has been framed weakly. As a standalone, the idea is conceived brilliantly. The film follows the story of Chandan, his friend Gulshan and the shadow of Arfie. In the first part, the film uses some really fantastic ideas to its aide.
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  •  Now Running -Mansha Rastogi Rating-4
It's always easy to jot together some really fancy story ideas and expect it to miraculously turn itself into a fab movie. But sorry to break it to all budding filmmakers, there's definitely more to a movie than just having a great script. Take Prague for examples. It appears as if a bunch of film school students
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  •  Indian Express -Shubra Gupta Rating-3
Prague runs a little under two hours, and much of it is spent tracking troubled young architect Chandan (Sanyal) as he wanders around the European city's quaint cobbled streets and watering holes. How he got there and what he is doing there is never entirely clear. Sometimes we see him talking of building
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  •  Times of India -Renuka Vyavahare Rating-5
If you are the type who looks for reasons and answers in a story,Prague is not for you. It doesn't have an agenda, per se, nor is it easy to comprehend. It's free-floating, erratic, pensive and sombre, just like its protagonist's mind.More than a conversation, his every dialogue is him thinking aloud.
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  •  DNA -Tushar Joshi Rating-2
Why Prague? This along with many other questions is what will leave you perplexed as you leave the theatre after watching this bag of loosely strung ideas. The film deals with the notion of guilt and the effects it can have your life. Our protagonist (Sanyal) is an architect working in Prague who is
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  •  Glamsham -Martin D'Souza Rating-4
An architect, Chandan is on a trip to Prague on an assignment. There, he meets with Elena who falls in love with him. But Chandan has come to Prague with a heavy baggage from India. There is his friend Arfi, and another who he idolizes, Gulshan. There is also a failed romance weighing down on him.
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Prague (2013)
4.1 out of 10
based on
7 reviews.