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All Critics (8)
| Fresh (5)
| Rotten (3)
It swings, and misses a lot (ill-placed songs, Shankar's deformed love track, voice-overs, meandering drunk conversations), but comes around to recognizing its essence.
Hooda owns the screen with his spontaneity and rustic appearance.
The narrative is thin and repetitive, and the film relies mostly on the charms of its two leading men to carry the burden of a middling screenplay. The dialogue lacks spark and the director takes his own sweet time getting to the conclusion.
Laal Rang is half-baked and unconvincing. Despite the grit, it never becomes a riveting film.
There are a few rough edges on this gritty drama, but a stellar performance by Randeep Hooda smoothens any jaggedness
Syed Ahmad Afzal injects verve into this dark drama by creating characters that are endearing.
After years of wandering through the screen in a haze, Randeep Hooda is finally settling into the movies.
While the screenplay is excellent, the story plods along slowly.
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