Here we bring you some of the reviews from different websites for the film Yeh Faasley.
DNA: Keep your faasla from Yeh Faasley
Awful films most often fall into two categories – the first category is made up of films that are so terrible that you have a good time making fun of it (remember Jaani Dushman?), and the other category has films that make you cringe in seat and run for the nearest exit. Yeh Faasley belongs to the second category. Read on for the DNA review.
Rediff: Maintain your distance from Yeh Faasley
Constantly quibbling over whether he loved her or not, the Daddy and his daughter arrive at a point when they feel the distance; a disconnect that deepens further as uncomfortable truths tumble out. She has, in any case, never spent too much time with him and perhaps doesn't know him too well. Read on for the Rediff review.
Indian Express: Yeh Faasley has an intriguing premise
Yeh Faasley A bubbly young girl returns home after a gap, to a father who"s been her idol growing up. But it"s not all fun and games. She"s drawn slowly but steadily into a complex web of past sins and current transgressions. Read on for the Indian Express review.
Times of India: Thriller minus thrills
If there's anything that holds the film together, it is the performances. If Anupam Kher renders a serious and substantial act as a father who may or may not be guilty, then newcomer Tena Desai is suitably restrained as the troubled daughter, torn between love and truth. Read on for the Times of India review.
Bollywood Hungama - Yeh Faasley fails to deliver.
Last year, Udaan made a sweeping impact on cineastes, so much so that the honors, compliments and accolades keep pouring in to this day. Besides winning tremendous critical acclaim and bagging awards, the film struck a chord with everyone watching it. Read on for the Bollywood Hungama review.