Fireflies (2014) Hindi Movie Review | 7 Critic Reviews | Rahul Khanna, Arjun Mathur, Monica Dogra

cast:

Rahul Khanna, Arjun Mathur, Monica Dogra, Shivani Ghai, Aadya Bedi

direction:

Fireflies (2014) Hindi Movie PosterSabal Singh Shekhawat

story:

Sabal Singh Shekhawat

screenplay:

Sabal Singh Shekhawat

dialogue:

cinematography:

Shanker Raman

music:

Uday Benegal, Zubin Balaporia

produced by:

Sabal Singh Shekhawat

language:

Hindi

Weird Aggregate Rating Fireflies 4.4/10genre:

Drama

release date:

31-October-2014
run time:
105 minutes
censor certification:
A


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Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Deccan Chronicle -Sushmita Murthy Rating-4
A story about love, loss and everything in between, Fireflies is an earnest attempt at changing the way cinema is consumed by Indian audiences. An independent film by Sabal Singh Shekhawat, it explores the complexities of human relationships and is set against the backdrop

  •  Times Of India -Renuka Vyavahare Rating-4
A tragic incident in the past leaves the brothers scarred for life. Unable to put the past behind, the protagonists go their separate ways in an attempt to find purpose in life. Shiv gets married to Maya (Aadya Bedi) while Rana finds solace in the company of a spirited writer Michelle (Monica Dogra).

  •  Indian Express -Shubhra Gupta Rating-3
An off-Bollywood movie, mostly in English, risks coming off all precious and stilted. ‘Fireflies’ has characters who are comfortable in English (in fact, when a couple of them have spoken in Hindi in previous parts, they’ve sounded as if they would be better off in English), which is a good thing.

  •  Mumbai Mirror -Rahul Desai Rating-5
An English-language Indian film invariably makes for a strange viewing experience. More so if it begins with a hushed dream-like voiceover, consciously lending an offbeat tone to the surreal imagery of children chasing fireflies in the woods. This is a classic bookend device-an

  •  Mid Day -Shakti Shetty Rating-4
Let’s begin by saying that Indian films in English language are usually a delight. Maybe, the fact that they seldom happen is what piques our interest. However, there’s no hard and fast rule that all of them will accomplish what they originally set out for. Many a time, they stumble

  •  Glamsham -Martin D'Souza Rating-8
The entire film is finesse personified. You are treated to casting of highest standards with every character 'living' the part. The screenplay is smooth with scenes merging seamlessly, although at times the action shifts to two different countries. The music and vocals is a music lover's delight.

  •  Hindustan Times -Sweta Kaushal Rating-3
A free-spirited girl gets talking to a bartender, and later finds herself in trouble with some goons. The bartender saves her, the two walk along deserted streets, kiss in the rain and end up sleeping together. There is another guy: He is a regular at the girl's house but leaves around midnight

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4.4/10 rating from
Reviews: 7.