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NH10

Audience Review

105 Ratings

Release Date

13 Mar 2015
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This is certainly one of the toughest roles played by Anushka Sharma and the actress definitely did a commendable job. Anushka appeared very sweet and charming as the wife and at the same time she performed the action scenes with much realism. Neil Bhoopalam did not have much to offer as compared to Anushka but the actor did all justice to his role. Darshan Kumar who was seen as a sweet and understanding hubby in Mary Kom, is impressive as a baddie too. In one line, all the stars of NH10 gave wonderful performances and the director brought out the best in them.

VERDICT
Navdeep Singh's NH10 starring Anushka Sharma is a must watch if you like romance, thrill, action and good story, mixed in one single film.

Fancy a non-stop, relentless, edge-of-the-seat experience for close to two hours with your heart perpetually parked in your mouth? 'NH10' is that kind of a rare movie.

If one has to point out drawbacks, some of the twists in the story seem too convenient and the second half dips a wee bit in energy as compared to the first half. But, overall, the choice of locations, the performances and the brutally honest take on a story that needed to be told, makes this film a hell of a scary ride but absolutely worth it. Don't miss it.

NH10 is a wonderfully made film with an outstanding performance by Anushka Sharma. It will be well appreciatedby an intelligent audience that's gunning for women safety and empowerment. The sound cinematic credentials and gripping narrative is the high point of the film.

But, as mentioned earlier, the glorification of violence isn't easy to stomach. You need to be really motivated to absorb it. This National Highway has its shares of potholes, but, it is a must visit. Do go the NH10 way!

'NH10', directed by Navdeep Singh, is about a road trip that goes horribly wrong when a young married couple crosses paths with a gang of ruthless killers on the national highway. It's a standard genre movie on the surface, and Singh does a good job of creating edge-of-the-seat tension. But he also layers the narrative with rich subtext, delivering so much more than your average thriller.

I'm going with three-and-a-half out of five for 'NH10'. It's often terrifying on this highway, but you'll be glad you were there for the ride.

NH10 is a film you both hate and love. It's easy to hate NH10 while watching it because it's one of the most terrifying Hindi films ever - while simultaneously, you love its brilliance.

NH10 is not a movie for the faint-hearted or those wanting a fun filmi frolic. This is a dark tale from beyond 'the aakhri mall, where democracy ends', where jeeps become beasts and where there are no dividers between hunters, hunted and haunted. NH10 is a relentless thriller you wish you could see with your eyes closed - because truly, as its song goes, chill gaye naina.

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