Bollywood Hungama - Taran Adarsh’s Rating: 3
Uninhibited and naughty, Chaar Din Ki Chandni is an enjoyable madcap comic caper with adequate frenzied moments to keep you in your seats. A good laugh is assured!
Times of India - Srijana Mitra Das’ Rating: 3
Like a shaadi ka band, CDKC's tone is mostly raucous - and good fun. Its script crosses swords with British writer P G Wodehouse's zany plots while paying hurried homage to masala-mixed Bollywood, leaving little time to worry about subtlety or depth. CDKC is a movie made by Bollywood-lovers for those who like their cinema pretention-free.
NDTV - Subash K Jha’s Rating: 2.5
Don't ask who's who, what's what, and why things happen here. And your life will be much easier while watching this utterly scrambled comedy. A homage to those magnificent maestros of mirth David Dhawan, Anees Bazmi and Rohit Shetty, Chaar Din Ki Chandni. (CDKC) takes the theme of outrageous festivity to a new high.
Glamsham - Martin D'Souza’s Rating: 2.5
Chaar Din Ki Chandni shows a lot of promise as a good comedy film early on, but totters in between. CDKC is not all that bad. It's a good family entertainer if you are looking to lighten up your mood.
Koimoi - Komal Nahata’s Raing: 2.5
Except the ordinary first half; the less developed romantic track; the other songs, besides the two good numbers, Chaar Din Ki Chandni is an entertaining and enjoyable fare which will keep the audience in splits.
Rediff - Preeti Arora’s Rating: .5
Char Din Ki Chandni isn't about the fracas which ensues a few days before the wedding. It isn't about dysfunctional relationships in large families. Neither does it tell us about the so-called royal families of Rajasthan.
DNA - Blessy Chettiar’s Rating: .5
Karnik shamelessly employs clichés, shakes them all up and serves Char Din Ki Chandni as an insipid drama, a rubber band story idea, so stretched it’s wretched.
CNNIBN - Rajeev Masand’s Rating: 0
Dumb, offensive, and unfunny in equal measure, 'Chaar Din Ki Chandni' has no merits whatsoever, including its singularly unappealing cast, some of whom (Anita Raaj, Chandrachur Singh, Mukul Dev) seem to have been pulled out of cold-storage to make fools of themselves here. Particularly insensitive to Sikhs and gays, this exhausting film saps you of your energy, and your will to visit the cinema again anytime soon.