One Night Stand (2016) Hindi Movie Review | Critic Reviews

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Total Reviews - 7
Average Rating - 4.0/10
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No - 6
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Critic Reviews One Night Stand

  • Bollywood Hungama | Review By -BH Network Rating-4/10
Despite the story-screenplay being average, Jasmine Moses-D'Souza needs to be applauded for putting the film together quite well. She has refrained from portraying Sunny Leone as a (quintessential) sex symbol, unlike in other Sunny films. While the film just about manages to hold your attention till the first half that is interspersed with romance and love, the film's second half seems to drag. Here, one definitely needs to make a mention of the interval point that sets the tempo for the proceedings, thus giving way to a big revelation in the film.
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  • News 18 | Review By -Rajeev Masand Rating-4/10
At 97-odd minutes, One Night Stand moves briskly but fails to lift off above the ground. Going to the movies is about feeling alive, and you’d imagine a film about an illicit affair would at least keep you interested in how things pan out at the end. No such luck here. You’ll be craving the comfort of your home. I’m going with a generous two out of five.
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  • NDTV | Review By -Saibal Chatterjee Rating-4/10
One Night Stand is an adult drama that goes relatively easy on the cheap thrills. The dialogues written by Niranjan Iyengar have a workaday feel to them, which makes passages in the drama appear far more real than they actually are. No matter how hard the director tries to liven up the proceedings, the absence of genuine substance prevents One Night Stand from rising above the irretrievably banal.
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  • Indian Express | Review By -Shubhra Gupta Rating-3/10
The only person with any acting cred here is Ninad Kamat, who lifts the film whenever he is on. For a film which wants to strike a blow for feminism and sexual freedom, there are some troubling misogynistic touches about ‘hot’ secretaries, and ‘stay-at-home’ wives. Careful, your slip is showing. A song in the film goes: do peg maar aur bhool ja. Good tip.
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  • Rediff | Review By -Raja Sen Rating-4/10
The film’s writing is clunky, and the cast, despite an overall earnestness, are nowhere near good enough to rise above the eventually cliched material. The overall effect is that of watching a true-crime show stretched to a feature-length duration. Contrary to what the film’s publicity and songs would have one believe, One Night Stand isn’t yet another tawdry skin-flick with exploitative cleavage shots in place of a script. It is, in fact, rather strikingly, a film without a hero and with two strong female characters, a film that has something to say.
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  • Times Of India | Review By -Mohar Basu Rating-4/10
Sometimes good actors do have the power to exalt a mediocre script, but both Sunny and Tanuj fail to sink their teeth deep into their characters. Their acting lacks flair. She never looks genuinely harrowed and his demeanor is far from dangerous. Even with a compelling idea, One Night Stand remains singularly superficial.
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  • Hindustan Times | Review By -Rohit Vats Rating-5/10
Unlike other Sunny Leone films, this one isn’t dull. In fact, it is lucid through most of its 99 minutes of running time. What doesn’t work, though, is the forced debate around how Indians look at casual flings. It appears as an afterthought to shield steamy scenes and dance numbers. One Night Stand is still an average film with a run-of-the-mill theme. It, however, is one of the better finished products with a similar recipe.
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cast: 
Sunny Leone, Tanuj Virwani, Nyra Banerjee, Narendra Jetley
direction: 
Jasmine Moses D'souza
story: 
Bhavani Iyer
screenplay: 
Bhavani Iyer
dialogue: 
Niranjan Iyengar
cinematography: 
Rakesh Singh
music: 
Anjjan Bhattacharya, Harmeet Singh, Jeet Gannguli, Manmeet Singh, Meet Bros Anjjan, Tony Kakkar, Vivek Kar
produced by: 
Furquan Khan, Pradeep Sharma, Sandeep Shirodkar
language: 
Hindi
genre: 
Drama, Thriller
run time: 
97 minutes
censor certification: 
A

Plot Synopsis
This film is about a 'one night stand' and focuses on how that one night changes the lives of the participants. Tanuj Virwani plays the role of a man who gets obsessed with the character played by Sunny Leone.