Aamras Movie Reviews


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1.7
Verdict: Bakwaas based on 5 reviews
Avg. User Rating
2.8
Verdict: Cool based on 75 reviews & ratings
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  • Avijit Ghosh

    2.5

    Avijit Ghosh | Times of India

    There's Pari, the spoilt rich glamgirl, Rakhi, the spunky and spitfire Punjabi kudi, Jiya who's sweet and subdued, and Sanya, attractive and confident. Despite their different personalities and class differences - Jiya comes from the middle-class - the four girls are 'friends forever'. Discussing push-up bras, smoking during a school trip, breaking a car's windscreen - they do everything together. But all relationships have those narrow crevices where negative energy thrives.
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  • Taran Adarsh

    2.0

    Taran Adarsh | bollywoodhungama.com

    Recall those years when you were growing up. When you were in your teens. When you just stepped out of school. When you were learning to take independent decisions. When you were waiting to explore a whole new world... The images may be blur, but the flashes from the past should bring a smile on your face. Writer-director Rupali Guha tries to capture those years on celluloid in AAMRAS. The concept is interesting, but the writing appeals in bits and spurts.
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  • Udita Jhunjhunwala

    2.0

    Udita Jhunjhunwala | DNA India

    Aamras is a formulaic coming-of-age tale of four school friends about to graduate. Each comes from a different background -- Jiya (Vega, sincere) is a middle-class Maharashtrian who lives with her mother; Pari (Ntasha, over the top) is the spoilt, rich kid; Rakhi (Maanvi, endearing) is the honest and real Punjabi kudi; Sanya (Aanchal) is the Parsi girl who contributes little besides the bimbo element.
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  • Mayank Shekhar

    1.0

    Mayank Shekhar | Hindustan Times

    Back in the day, there used to be a Bollywood sub-genre that concerned a group of girls, out on a campus vacation together. One of the short-skirts would either be out to hook up with the teacher accompanying the class, a boy from another school, the local guide, or the guest-house caretaker. Bindu could play that short-skirt. She’s played the warden in her later years too. For whatever it’s worth, Reema Lagoo is poor replacement for Bindu.
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  • Minty Tejpal

    1.0

    Minty Tejpal | Mumbai Mirror

    Aamras is a sweetly titled film with an interesting premise, namely the sweet taste of friendship, which doesn’t quite go anywhere. A teenage movie, Aamras stars four new girls and is directed by debutante Rupali Guha. Pari, Sanya, Rakhi and Jia are four best friends who study in the fancy Mumbai International High School. They do what best friends across time and Archie comics have done before - bunk classes, get naughty, fight and make up
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  • filmifan45

    3.0

    Sweet and simple

    filmifan45, 5 years ago
    This is nice movie. I liked it.
  • rajesh93

    2.5

    Cool Movie

    rajesh93, 5 years ago
    This is nice movie. I liked it.
  • filmifan45

    2.5

    Cool Movie

    filmifan45, 5 years ago
    This is nice movie. I liked it.
  • devenpatel

    2.5

    Cool Movie

    devenpatel, 5 years ago
    This is nice movie. I liked it.
  • bollyfan25

    3.0

    Cool Movie

    bollyfan25, 5 years ago
    This is nice movie. I liked it.
  • jeevan789

    2.0

    Timepass Movie

    jeevan789, 5 years ago
    This is one time watch. You can watch this movie to pass your time.
  • prakashreddy9

    3.0

    Cool Movie

    prakashreddy9, 5 years ago
    This is nice movie. I liked it.

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