Sulemani Keeda (2014) Hindi Movie Review | 12 Critic Reviews | Naveen Kasturia, Mayank Tewari

Sulemani Keeda Review

Naveen Kasturia, Mayank Tewari, Aditi Vasudev, Karan Mirchandani, Krishna Singh Bisht, Dilip Prabhavalkar, Razak Khan
Sulemani Keeda (2014) Hindi Movie Posterdirection:
Amit Masurkar
Amit Masurkar
Amit Masurkar
Surjodeep Ghosh
Arfaaz Kagalwala
produced by:
Chaitanya Hegde, Datta Dave
Weird Aggregate Rating Sulemani Keeda 5.7/10Hindi
Comedy, Drama
run time:
89 minutes
censor certification:

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Sulemani Keeda Hindi Movie Review

Critic Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)

  •  Times Of India | Review By -Srijana Mitra Das Rating-5
So, Sulemani Keeda is a buddy comedy that evokes the original Chashme Buddoor, dudes sharing dreams, desires and the rent. Here, Dulal (Naveen) and Moinak (Mayank) write Bollywood scripts, knocking at filmmakers' doors (in a hilarious encounter, Mahesh Bhatt offers them vaporous

  •  CNN IBN | Review By -Rajeev Masand Rating-6
There's not much by way of a groundbreaking plot in debutant writer-director Amit Masurkar's Sulemani Keeda, but this tale of two struggling screenwriters seeking a break in Bollywood feels surprisingly astute. Anyone who's spent an evening hanging out at one of Versova's many coffee shops

  •  Indian Express | Review By -Shubhra Gupta Rating-4
There’s something likeable about stories of eager young things trying to break into the movies, as well as looking for the big life answers. And that has always been the case. Sulemani Keeda gives us a couple of struggling script-writers that make us smile. But the film takes the “slacker”

  •  Hindustan Times | Review By -Anupama Chopra Rating-5
Sulemani Keeda means “a bug so big that it’s a pain in the ass.” Or at least that’s how writer-director Amit V Masurkar describes his film’s title. Sulemani Keeda is about two writers desperately trying to break into Bollywood. Dulal, played by Naveen Kasturia, is comically solemn and angst-ridden.

  •  India Today | Review By -Rohit Khilnani Rating-5
Dulal (Mayank Tewari) and Mainak (Navneen Kasturia) are perennially broke roommates and struggling writers hoping for a big break in Bollywood. They meet with directors (Mahesh Bhatt and Anil Sharma appear as themselves), chase actors (Amrita Rao) and stand outside Yash Raj

  •  Mid Day | Review By -Shubha Shetty Saha Rating-7
The best thing about 'Sulemani Keeda', a truly urban indie film, is that it is truly independent of the burden of having to succumb to any commercial needs. Amit V Masurkar's debut direction talks about two struggling writers, conscientious and rather timid Dulal (Naveen Kasuria) and, badass

  •  Koimoi | Review By -Mohar Basu Rating-7
I found Sulemani Keeda an unusually pleasant watch. The only issue that one can point out about the film, is that only insiders will entirely understand the film’s zest and find it relatable. For the rest, this is a humorous portrayal of Bollywood and its flip side in a language that doesn’t

  •  Book My Show | Review By -Samiya Dinware Rating-5
Sulemani Keeda (read: pain in your derriere) is a light-hearted comedy that features men’s humor and a twisted love story. Directed by debutant Amit Masurkar and produced on a small budget, the film portrays the flipside of Bollywood with a comical twist. The script is full

  •  Daily Bhaskar | Rating-5
Any filmmaker who is making a low budget film understands that survival is already a big task. With poor publicity campaign, and competition from popular film, it almost becomes impossible to attract audience to the theatre. Sulemani Keeda has a simple and realistic approach

  •  Sify | Review By -Sonia Chopra Rating-7
A tiny apartment, two roomies-men who still think they're boys- trying to write the next Hindi blockbuster, struggle to pay the rent, trying to score with the next cute girl. This may sound like a generalization, but it's a reasonably accurate representation of a large populace of film industry

  •  Hindustan Times | Review By -Rohit Vats Rating-6
Sulemani Keeda is a Mumbai slang which can be described as a hardened habit of doing things that are not very productive. It can also be understood as the diluted version of Urdu word 'fitoor'. There are people who listen to their hearts and do things which others think as absolute waste of time.

  •  Mumbai Mirror | Review By -Rahul Desai Rating-7
There are writers, and there are TV writers. And then, there are struggling film writers: the ultimate embodiments of tragicomedy, and perhaps the most fascinating souls to observe in their natural habitat. Sulemani Keeda, debutant director Amit Masurkar's familiar take on world they inhabit

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