B-Town's 'Baap Of Entertainment' Rohit Shetty's latest release Chennai Express featuring Shahrukh Khan and Deepika Padukone in the leads, has received positive reviews from film critics. Especially, Shahrukh-Deepika's rocking performances are major attractions of the film.
Chennai Express is a super masala entertainment and promises a great deal of laughter as expected from the typical Rohit Shetty style flicks. The movie stands strong and tall on the shoulders of the super powerful 'Brand Shahrukh Khan'. Its rocking music, high-octane action and beautiful picturisation are its other highlights.
The story of Chennai Express revolves around the 40-year-old Rahul (Shahrukh Khan), who travels to Rameshwaram. But, on his way he meets the beautiful Meenamma Lochni (Deepika Padukone), with whom he gradually falls in love. The movie has been rated an average of 3 out of 5. Go through the slider to read more about the film critics and the reviews:
Koimoi Review: 3 Stars.
Chennai Express is a must watch entertaining flick that will juggle between romance, humor and action and is enjoyable for its run time!
The Times Of India Review- 3 and half stars by Meena Iyer.
Chennai Express (CE) is a magnificently mounted film. Never having been strong in the story department, CE too has a guillible plot line.
The sole purpose of Chennai Express is to entertain. And that it does. So grab a bucket of popcorn, sit back and enjoy the ride.
Rediff Review: 2 and half stars by Sukanya Verma
Chennai Express evokes a few laughs but otherwise it decides to shift tracks from droll comedy to dreadful drama.
Rohit's carnival-like comedy coaxes some laughs, but can leave you exhausted. Make no mistake, ‘Chennai Express' is fun, but the kind that Rohit endorses.
Oneindia Review: 3 stars
Chennai Express is a light-hearted entertainer, that stands strong and tall on the shoulders of the super powerful 'Brand Shahrukh Khan'.
Bollywood Life Review: 2 stars
Deepika looked lovely and did great justice to her South Indian twang but SRK disappointed with his over-the-top performance.