Ghanchakkar is certainly not the best, but yes, if you are a true Vidya Balan fan, you may take the risk and grab a show ticket at the theatre, else just give it a miss.
Ghanchakkar is strictly for those that are easy to tickle and shock. One character, the one with the gun, sums it up best: “I don’t know what is going on and who is taking whom for a ride.” Heed the warning!
Ghanchakkar is a crazy, quirky rollercoaster suspense ride that will surprise, shock and entertain the audience at every turn.
With a plot that had the potential to transform into an engaging and outrageous entertainer, GHANCHAKKAR gets repetitive and tedious after Gupta introduces the four pivotal characters.
GHANCHAKKAR has splendid performances by its principal cast, but the bland and tedious narrative plays spoilsport. This one disheartens!
Ghanchakkar depends more on the meat of the story than on its execution. The movie builds up and builds up and builds up magnificently before collapsing in a bloody silly heap.