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[The acting] is technically accomplished, but never quite transcends their scripted traits, rendering the film's tonal shifts more matter of fact than emotionally wrenching.
A rollicking male-bonding picture about three buddies who open a cricket academy in India's exotic Gujarat, Brothers for Life turns extremely dark and violent in the last half hour, becoming a far more significant film.
A film that might be the next Bend It Like Beckham - if it did not have the sensibilities of the next Dr. Zhivago.
Its performances are enjoyably boisterous, and director Abhishek Kapoor refuses to linger on clichés for too long ...
Mixes, not quite successfully, traditional Bollywood storytelling with something less conventional.
It's a sprawling tale of friendship during a tumultuous time of sectarian strife in India.
Don't miss Kai Po Che - it's a warm film that speaks much about friendship in the troubled times we live in.
Kai Po Che is... a film that can stand up to international scrutiny without the need for handicapping.
Kai Po Che! is a moving portrait of friendship, loss, forgiveness.
Despite the disturbing backdrop of death, destruction and politics, Kai Po Che is very likeable. Between tears, you find yourself smiling, because it's the story of friendship and human triumph above all else.
[A] heart-warming tale about passion, friendship and forgiveness.
The performances are strong throughout, but both Yadav and Rajput particularly impress, as they imbue their potentially clichéd roles of egghead accountant and hot-headed control freak with true depth.
A friendship drama that would appeal more to the Indian audience rather than that over the world at large. Maybe Chetan Bhagat will have now realized that writing a book is not the same as transforming it into a good screenplay. 3 Idiots was based on his novel, but it's its screenplay that made it so popular and likable. Kai Po Che! is just good for one-time watch; a passable flick. The overdose of cliches makes it further less engaging. There's nothing about it that takes it to the level of an unforgettable film. The performances, specifically that of Sushant Singh Rajput, is commendable. If only the story was so interesting.
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