Rating: 2.5/5

Gurgaon review from other sources

NowRunning.com 3.5/5

Some will say there's too much of the Haryanvi dialect of Hindi being spoken in the film. There is that, but the raw language gnaws at you from the inside forcing you to look at the dark side of men. This film will not let you look away from the screen. You may not want to know people like those shown in the movie, but when you step out into the mall attached to the multiplex after the film, you might not want to go shopping. The film is that powerful.

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TimesOfIndia.com 3/5

The performers swoop in where the courage of the filmmaker flails. Tripathi splendidly plays a man whose ghosts have caught up to him; Oberoi humanizes his all-out-evil character; Khanna is feisty, but saddled with an uneven role and Vatsa’s restrained performance prevents her character from becoming a stereotypical Nirupa Roy-type. Unlike its namesake city, Gurgaon isn’t messy enough and doesn’t leave you gasping for air. But it provides a temporary taste of the dark side.

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IndiaGlitz 2.5/5

'Gurgaon' is a dark slow pace thriller which will be cherished only by all those who love this genre.

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Glamsham.com 2/5

You feel sympathetic towards Preet and Ragini Khanna does a decent act, the kidnaper from the slums shows some positivity otherwise in all its cynicism, GURGAON is damaged by its dissolute characters whose human conditions are unconvincing and unearned in this moody noir study of psychotic human behavior that may attract some festival nerds abroad but for an Indian viewer it gets overstretched and sordidly difficult.

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  • Shankar Raman
  • Naren Chandavarkar
    Benedict Taylor
  • Shankar Raman
  • Shankar Raman
  • Suniel Rodrigues
  • MR Filmworks
    Hashstag Film Studios
    Jar Pictures
  • Aug 04, 2017
  • Hindi