Mumbai 125 KM (2014) Hindi Movie Review | 8 Critic Reviews | Veena Malik, Karanveer Bhora

cast:

Veena Malik, Karanvir Bohra, Vedita Pratap Singh, Joey Debroy, Vije Bhatia, Aparnaa Bajpai, Rajiv Anand

direction:

Mumbai 125 KM (2014) Hindi Horror Movie PosterHemant Madhukar

story:

Hemant Madhukar

screenplay:

Hemant Madhukar, Dheeraj Rattan

dialogue:

Dheeraj Rattan

cinematography:

Manoj Shaw

music:

Mani Sharma

produced by:

Hemant Madhukar, Mani Sharma

language:

Weird Aggregate Rating Mumbai 125 KM 3D 1.8/10Hindi

genre:

Horror

release date:

17-October-2014
run time:
100 Minutes
censor certification:
A


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Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Times Of India -Renuka Vyavahare Rating-3
Mumbai 125 Km begins well. Even though it's formulaic, a haunting background score, effective usage of 3D, especially in the scenes featuring mirrors, decent performances and predominantly a 'fear of the unknown' manage to keep you on the edge of your seat. Gripping and atmospheric

  •  Daily Bhaskar Rating-2
Mumbai 125 KM is just another Bollywood’s attempt to make a horror flick that does absolutely no justice to horror as a genre. The story revolves around 5 friends who leave for Mumbai in a car and start witnessing spooky things once they are just 125 km away from the city.

  •  Book My Show -Jaanam Dewan Rating-5
At first glance, Mumbai 125 KM seems like a cliché horror movie. A group of five friends driving down an isolated road late at night sounds familiar, right? In this movie, five friends from Pune decide to drive to Mumbai on New Year’s Eve. It’s not hard to predict the characters’ fates towards the end
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  •  Bollywood Life -Subramanian Harikumar Rating-2
Horror films are a dying genre in India. While we flock to theatres to catch a Hollywood horror, there are not many takers to watch a desi spook flick. Mumbai 125km is a fine example why Indian filmmakers should keep away from thrashing the holy house of horror which is adorned

  •  Mid Day -Shubha Shetty Saha Rating-1
Bollywood has steadily been feeding us with a unique genre of films — supposedly horror but supersilly to-the-point-of-hilarity films. Mumbai 125 KM perfectly fits into this category. The default setting is of five friends travelling to Mumbai through a jungle in the dead of the night to

  •  Now Running -Noyon Jyoti Parasara Rating-1
Oh my horror! Here we are again, dealing with a genre that is so badly represented in apna Bollywood, that a serious fan could actually start a dharna asking for better! This time we have producers promoting the film as India's most expensive 3D horror movie. Bigger talking point

  •  Glamsham -Martin D'Souza Rating-0
Sorry guys. Watching MUMBAI 125 KMS I did not know what to do, since there was nothing interesting happening on screen. However, I found the dialogues quite 'intelligent', so I furiously started typing whatever I could before I would forget these pearls. ''What the hell is this?''

  •  Mumbai Mirror -Rahul Desai Rating-1
Mumbai 125 KM is a tragedy of behemoth proportions. This isn't because of the terrible actors, laughable visual effects, color-coding that makes one wonder if this was shot in a malfunctioning washing machine and incompetent direction. This is a tragedy because it finally drives home an


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