The Xpose (2014) Hindi Movie Review | 8 Critic Reviews | Himesh Reshammiya, Honey Singh, Irrfan Khan

cast:

Himesh Reshammiya, Honey Singh, Irrfan Khan, Zoya Afroz, Sonali Raut, Ananth Narayan Mahadevan, Adil Hussain, Jessy Randhawa

The Xpose Posterdirection:

Ananth Narayan Mahadevan

story:

Himesh Reshammiya

screenplay:

Himesh Reshammiya, Jainesh Ejardar

dialogue:

cinematography:

music:

Himesh Reshammiya, Honey Singh

produced by:

Vipin Reshammiya

language:

Hindi

genre:

Thriller

release date:

16-May-2014
run time:
113 Minutes


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Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Times of India -Madhureeta Mukherjee Rating-5
It's the swinging 'seX'ties' (60s) - with an 'Xtra' 'X' factor.Larger-than- life superstars, bulging bosoms, sensual sins, high-riding hemlines, charisma galore and exciting extra-marital affairs. This is where 'The X-pose' unfolds.At a glittering after-awards party a top actress, Zara (Sonali), is found dead.
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  •  Bollywood Hungama -Taran Adarsh Rating-6
Himesh Reshammiya may have his share of admirers and adversaries within and outside the industry, but let's face it, the man continues to score big as a musician and his movies -- as an actor -- are talked-about, evaluated and scrutinised feverishly [good, bad, whatever!], which, indirectly,
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  •  Indian Express -Shubhra Gupta Rating-4
Late 60s. Bombay. Glittering film awards night. Boisterous post party. Glamour girl plunges to death from a high window. Who is the killer?Pardon the telegram style reporting, but ‘The Xpose’ begs to be written about in the way it should have panned out. The murder mystery set in
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  •  India Today -Suhani Singh Rating-3
After two and a half years away from public imagination as a leading man, Himesh Reshammiya - HR - returns as a lean, mean and smug-faced actor. Himesh has lost so much weight that even the skinny, considerably taller female co-actars look heavier than him.
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  •  Rediff -Nishi Tiwari Rating-2
If the sixties’ Bollywood knew just how it would be misrepresented in some future films -- Himesh Reshammiya starrer whodunit The Xpose in this case -- it’d recoil in horror and wish it had never existed.So while we have movie stars cruising around in Impalas and a newbie actress prancing
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  •  Mumbai Mirror -Rahul Desai Rating-4
The Xpose is directed by Ananth Mahadevan, who also plays the director of one of two competing films within the film. He wears a showman hat with the aura of a boy that has just clicked a selfie within a selfie-fashioning a campy murder mystery set against the backdrop of Bollywood of Yore.
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  •  Koimoi -Mohar Basu Rating-4
Woven into a narrative with a montage of present and the past, The Xpose starts with a murder mystery and sucks you into the story with a flashback. Irrfan Khan is the storyteller in this one. Real life incidents of yesteryear stars such as Parveen Babi and Zeenat Aman are tactfully
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  •  Deccan Chronicle -Mehul S Thakkar Rating-7
To explore the dark side of Bollywood in the 60s when stardom had a different definition and many were disillusioned about it, one needs to dig in really deep. The charming era of vintage cars, beautiful sets, glamour, dirty desires and unique mannerisms of people with a larger-than-life image,
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