Khoobsurat Movie Reviews


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2.7
Verdict: Timepass based on 30 reviews
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Verdict: Super Hit based on 60 reviews & ratings
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  • Koel Purie

    4.0

    Koel Purie | India Today

    Khoobsurat is the fairytale you want to be in!
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  • Subhash K Jha

    4.0

    Subhash K Jha | SKJBollywoodNews

    Hrishida won’t recognize this as his Khubsoorat. But he won’t disapprove of what has been done to his work.
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  • Srijana Mitra Das

    3.5

    Srijana Mitra Das | Times of India

    Spirited doctor Mili meets stiff prince Vikram - will their royal love story have a beautiful end?
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  • Mohar Basu

    3.0

    Mohar Basu | Koimoi

    Khoobsurat Movie Review: 3/5 Stars. What’s Good: The fuzziness of fairytales and Fawad Khan who plays the blue b...
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  • Rajeev Masand

    3.0

    Rajeev Masand | IBNLive

    It may not be for everyone, but for those who seek comfort in the familiar, it’s a pretty satisfying watch.
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  • Kusumita Das

    3.0

    Kusumita Das | Deccan Chronicle

    This Khoobsurat may not have the realistic charm of its predecessor and certain twists seem abrupt. But it is the convincing performances by Aamir, Fawad, Ratna and Kirron that manage to lift the storyline. And when little things go wrong, Fawad’s intense gaze helps you forget them. Bollywood may have just found its Mr Darcy.
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  • Raja Sen

    3.0

    Raja Sen | Rediff

    Khoobsurat offers up the expected — only it does so with a smirk…
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  • Shubhra Gupta

    3.0

    Shubhra Gupta | Indian Express

    ‘Khubsoorat’ is bubblegum-y and air-headed and good-natured, and its biggest strength is that it keeps it consistent, becoming one of those films that over-delivers precisely because it under-promises.
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  • Sarita Tanwar

    3.0

    Sarita Tanwar | DNA India

    Khoobsurat is sure to connect with the hearts of girls of all ages…
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  • Faheem Ruhani

    3.0

    Faheem Ruhani | India Today

    Khoobsurat is not going to blow you away cinematically but has enough to keep you engaged and entertained for its screen time. Warning: Sonam’s unduly multi-coloured, garish wardrobe could distract you.
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  • Sachin Chatte

    3.0

    Sachin Chatte | The Navhind Times

    All in all, with a high feel-good quotient, Khoobsurat delivers a pleasant outing at the cinemas.
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  • Shubha Shetty-Saha

    3.0

    Shubha Shetty-Saha | Mid Day

    Fairy tales are fantasies served with candyfloss. ‘Khoobsurat’ aims to be just that, only it is less creative fantasy and dripping more of sugary syrup. Watch it once if you love rom-coms or better still, if you are a Fawad Khan fan.
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  • Ritika Handoo

    3.0

    Ritika Handoo | Zee News

    The movie is filled with many fun moments and does not compel you to be prepared for a hard-hitting melodramatic journey. Overall, a light, bright and colourful cinematic experience, with Fawad as an eye-candy, who knows his job to the ‘t’.
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  • Bollywood Life

    3.0

    Bollywood Life | Bollywood Life

    Khoobsurat is entertaining, fun and paisa-vasool. If you have been wondering “what’s all the fuss about Fawad Khan?”, don’t miss this one!
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  • Sonia Chopra

    3.0

    Sonia Chopra | Sify

    This film has little of the gentle nuance of the Hrishikesh Mukherjee-directed original, but it’s still pretty good fun. This Bollywood-Disney fairytale combo is worth a shot!
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  • Meeta Kabra

    3.0

    Meeta Kabra | Wogma

    …it’s something I would recommend for a light Sunday afternoon. It is guilty pleasure. It is saccharine sweet and fluffy. It is candy floss – it won’t satiate your appetite, but will feel good while you are at it and a little after.
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  • IndiaTvNews Reviewer

    3.0

    IndiaTvNews Reviewer | IndiaTvNews

    …despite its predictable narration is a joy to watch.
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  • Anupama Chopra

    2.5

    Anupama Chopra | Hindustan Times

    Sadly, Shashanka displays none of the eccentric creativity that we saw in his earlier films, though he does create moments of charm.
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  • Bollywood Hungama News Network

    2.5

    Bollywood Hungama News Network | Bollywood Hungama

    KHOOBSURAT is likeable in parts with good performances and stunning visuals; however the weak script is an ‘ugly’ hurdle this film will face at the box-office.
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  • Noyon Jyoti Parasara

    2.5

    Noyon Jyoti Parasara | NowRunning

    Do not expect anything new and you will not be disappointed. This remake of a Hrishikesh Mukherjee film is contemporised for today’s generation and has a chick-flick written all over it.
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  • Daily Bhaskar

    2.5

    Daily Bhaskar | Daily Bhaskar

    You can’t completely write-off the film, it’s a one time watch if you have nothing to do this weekend. In fact, Kirron Kher, despite her repetitive acting, is still very entertaining throughout the film. Presence of Fawad Khan will definetly drag her female fans to the theater. Rest, Sonam Kapoor’s fans will get what they expect from her.
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  • Tanaya Ramyani

    2.5

    Tanaya Ramyani | BookMyShow

    Khoobsurat is an entertaining and fun film. Though it might not measure up to the standards of Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s classic, this fairytale might charm you. It’s not always that we get to see a vivacious princess in Bollywood.
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  • Manjusha Radhakrishnan

    2.5

    Manjusha Radhakrishnan | Gulf News

    Khoobsurat, which means beautiful, has its sparkling moments. The songs, such as the one where Mili breaks into a dance with the palace’s help, doesn’t serve any purpose and just makes the romance sluggish. Tighter editing and trimming off of Kapoor’s shrill, cute act would have elevated this engaging film into a riveting one.
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  • Priya Prakashan

    2.5

    Priya Prakashan | India

    Despite its fallback, Khoobsurat does manage to be likable with its feel good and breezy story. Khoobsurat can be watched once for Sonam and Fawad’s amazing chemistry.
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  • Rohit Khilnani

    2.0

    Rohit Khilnani | India Today

    Looks like Khoobsurat is for the multiplex audience but I’m not sure if today’s generation will enjoy a dull show like this one.
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  • Rahul Desai

    2.0

    Rahul Desai | Mumbai Mirror

    Khoobsurat is a film that could have been infinitely worse if not for its supporting cast, cosmetically enhanced mansions and music (Sneha Khanwalkar) that is perhaps too funky and authentic for the candy-flossed treatment.
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  • IndiaGlitz

    2.0

    IndiaGlitz | India Glitz

    ‘Khoobsurat’ is nothing but a high gloss mediocre update to Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s 1980’s classic. If a romcom was the intention then why touch a Hrishida’s classic is the question.
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  • Suparno Sarkar

    2.0

    Suparno Sarkar | FilmiBeat

    In a nut shell, Sonam Kapoor and Fawad Khan’s Khoobsurat directed by Shashanka Ghosh will not disappoint you only if you never watched Rekha’s version of the film.
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  • Mayank Shekhar

    1.5

    Mayank Shekhar | The W14

    To be fair, I’m not the target group for this movie. It’s probably aimed at audiences aged 14 or 15 or under (whether mentally or chronologically). All I could do was wonder what was getting on my nerves more: screechy Sonam’s over-acting or a terribly underwhelming story-line. Now that’s a tough call.
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  • Sweta Kaushal

    1.0

    Sweta Kaushal | Hindustan Times

    …we aren’t suggesting you should waste time and money on the movie unless you are indifferent to the lack of Sonam’s acting skills and an overall lowering of standards for wits and jokes.
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  • Saibal Chatterjee

    NR

    Saibal Chatterjee | NDTV

    Khoobsurat is a pretty good show. It is both funny and flashy, but its many flourishes are delivered in measures that religiously avoid excess.
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  • Rachit Gupta

    NR

    Rachit Gupta | Filmfare

    It’s definitely not as good as the original. But it’s perfectly in tune with the times.
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  • Martin D'Souza

    NR

    Martin D'Souza | Glamsham

    Certainly worth a watch: especially for Gen-X.
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  • Sneha May Francis

    NR

    Sneha May Francis | Emirates247

    With some hits and misses, ‘Khoobsurat’ remains fairly grounded in its genre, and comes with the disclaimer – “strictly for girls”.
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  • Deepanjana Pal

    NR

    Deepanjana Pal | Firstpost

    For the second time in months, Bollywood has turned the tables to great effect by making a hero play the part that was traditionally reserved for women. We heartily approve. As heroines have argued over the years, it isn’t demeaning to be an important and beautiful prop when the character is written and performed well. With actors like Khan in the mix, there may yet be hope for the Indian romantic comedy.
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  • Shilpa Jamkhandikar

    NR

    Shilpa Jamkhandikar | Reuters

    “Khoobsurat” is a harmless film, one that doesn’t say much and doesn’t have much to offer in terms of a cinematic experience, but doesn’t scar you for life either. If you don’t mind a bit of shallow romance, and pretty people falling in love, this might be the film for you.
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  • Sanjukta Sharma

    NR

    Sanjukta Sharma | LiveMint

    Shashanka Ghosh’s Khoosurat is an all-round disaster. It reminds me all over again how confident a film-maker Hrishikesh Mukherjee was, and how sympathetic he was to his characters.
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  • Anuj Kumar

    NR

    Anuj Kumar | The Hindu

    If you fancy fluff this one is designed for you!
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  • JPN

    NR

    JPN | Jagran

    If you wish to watch a light hearted time pass film, then this one would not be a bad choice.
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  • amudo

    5.0

    My review of Khoobsurat (2014) by amudo

    amudo, 3 months ago
    As a romantic comedy like this movie is more than fabulous ! Sonam kapoor has done a nice work but the performance of new heart rob fawad khan is stellar.
  • jyothimathur

    3.0

    My review of Khoobsurat (2014) by bangreaayushi

    jyothimathur, 2 years ago
    This story is all about a day dreaming fantasying coming true. This story is about a girl who dreams of a prince charming and she gets her desired prince in reality. The story highlights the life of a girl and how she deals with the on-going social changes of the society. The story stares Sonam Kapoor in the lead. It’s a sequel of ‘Khubsurat’ starring Rekha in the lead role. The story is good and it takes you into an era of dreams coming true.
  • pravinm.patil12

    3.0

    My review of Khoobsurat (2014)

    pravinm.patil12, 2 years ago
    My review of Khoobsurat (2014) Just ok

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