Dirty Politics | Movie Review 07 Mar 2015   340


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Cast: Mallika Sherawat, Jackie Shroff, Ashutosh Rana, Anupam Kher, Om Puri, Naseeruddin Shah
Direction: KC Bokadia
Genre: Drama
Duration: 2 hours 13 minutes

Critics Review

Times of India (TOI):

A hybrid of political drama and murder mystery, Dirty Politics is a warped tale. Despite flaunting a convoy of seasoned actors, the film fails to hold up its promising premise. The script’s most potent part is the sex scandal but the writer introduces an array of meaningless sub-plots which dilutes it. Had the story systematically unraveled its myriad facets, it could’ve left a thumping impact.
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Bollywood Hungama:

Bollywood is a place where, they say that, there are no permanent friendships or no permanent enemies, much like the world of politics and politicians. And when the two meet (‘Bollywood’ and ‘Politics’), the resultant is the K.C.Bokadia directed DIRTY POLITICS, which releases this week. Does this film expose the dirtiness of politics or the politics (even) in dirtiness, let’s analyze.
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NDTV Movies:

We know what it does to many of our smug and glib leaders. But politics also seems to bring the very worst out of some Bollywood filmmakers. Here is another maddeningly muddled Mumbai movie that sets out to lay bare the filth and sleaze that Indian politics is usually associated with in the popular imagination but only manages to whip up bushels of cinematic muck.
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The Indian Express:

There was really no earthly reason for me to drag myself off to see `Dirty Politics’, espcially on Holi, because the last time K C Bokadia did something worth looking at was more years back than I can remember.But then I whizzed past all my pals splashing `gulal’, dodging several enthusiastic kids and their coloured water filled balloons, to see just how many shades Mallika Sherawat has left.
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Rediff:

If I had to describe KC Bokadia’s Mallika Sherawat starrer Dirty Politics in internet parlance, I’d say it’s a typical troll plagued with false idealism. It froths at the mouth at little to no provocation, launches into buffoonish tirades against its targets, completely misses the point, and, in the end, is reduced to nothing but serving as comic relief.
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