Directed by Prakash Jha.
Raajneeti Critics Rating – 7.0/10 (It’s a Hit!)
72% of the Audience voted Raajneeti as a Hit! Definately Worth Watching in a Theatre
Raajneeti Movie Review by Movie Critics
Taran Adarsh (BollywoodHungama.com) 4/5
On the whole, RAAJNEETI makes a sweeping impact. A truly admirable effort, this brilliant film is not to be missed.
Susan Jose (India-Forums.com) 4/5
Raajneeti is an enthralling and assertive perspective of cold-blooded politics in a democracy. After a long time, an absolutely mind-blowing movie has been released at the Bollywood box- office. I say, you book the tickets right away before they are sold out!
Nikhat Kazmi (The Times of India) 4/5
Take time out for a serious and compelling celluloid experience. Don’t miss Raajneeti.
Mayank Shekhar (Hindustan Times) 3/5
What does the film in more than slightly is, but, the sheer commercial relentlessness of its drama. There’s absolutely no relief, respite, rhythm, or ‘thehrav’, What you sense here instead then is an over-dramatic, over-written screenplay: an over-boiled egg.
Sukanya Venkatraghavan (Filmfare) 4/5
This is a film designed to impress. And it does so successfully for most parts. Raajneeti is a war cry you can’t ignore.
Kaveree Bamzai (India Today) 3.5/5
Raajneeti: Absorbing palette straight from Mahabharata
Gaurav Malani (Indiatimes.com) 3.5/5
Prakash Jha’s Raajneeti is a politically correct tribute to Mahabharat. Absolutely recommended!
Anupama Chopra (NDTV) 3/5
Raajneeti, writer-director Prakash Jha’s sprawling portrait of a political family, is a mixed bag. The film has moments of ferocious power and just as many flaws.
Shubhra Gupta (Indian Express) 2/5
`Raajneeti’ could have been the film of the year. It had the potential, and the actors, but it comes together only intermittently. This is not the Prakash Jha who has made some of the most politically resonant films in Hindi cinema.
Raja Sen (Rediff) 1.5/5
Don’t take Raajneeti Seriously!
Minty Tejpal (Mumbai Mirror) 3.5/5
If you want a rude reality check what really goes down in our large demo-crazy, then Raajneeti is recommended, especially for the politically naive.
Khalid Mohamed (PassionforCinema.com) 2/5
Rajneeti, or whatever there is of it, belongs to Ranbir Kapoor. He is excellent – intelligent and restrained in an enterprise which is strictly average, never mind its star roster, extravagant resources and bulldozer publicity. Suggestion: instead rent The Godfather DVD or — never thought, I’d live to say this – Sarkar.
Rajeev Masand (CNN-IBN) 3.5/5
“Raajneeti” is thrilling and gripping for the most part, even though it does lose steam in its final act.
Ashok Nayak (NowRunning.com) 3/5
Rajneeti has a story to tell unlike last week’s release Kites which was all about glitz and glamour. The film is well-directed and has powerful performances. Do watch it.
Sonia Chopra (Sify.com) 2.5/5
Still, for the few captivating moments that the film offers, and for Ranbir Kapoor’s unbeatable screen command, Raajneeti remains an above-average watch.
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