Cirkus Movie Review: Here are the reviews of Ranveer Singh-starrer Cirkus that you should read before you plan to watch the movie in theatres. These honest internet reactions to Rohit Shetty’s Cirkus are a must-read.
After Simmba and Sooryavansham, Rohit Shetty and Ranveer Singh returned to the big screen with their latest flick ‘Cirkus.’ As per the sources, the movie has been heavily inspired by a classic blockbuster Angoor, which was directed by Gulzar in 1982.
Based on the theme of “twins and comedy of errors” Cirkus has a huge star cast. The movie stars Ranveer Singh in a dual role, Pooja Hegde, Jacqueline Fernandez, Johnny Lever, Sanjay Mishra, and Varun Sharma. As per many sources, the movie is created on a massive budget of INR 100 Crores.
The movie is about two sets of identical twins, who were abandoned on the doorstep of an orphanage. The two different families from different cities adopt them. And, years later, a comedy of errors ensues when one set of twins decides to visit the city where the other set of twins runs a circus.
Rohit Shetty’s #Cirkus may look like a comedy, but it’s actually a tragedy — for the audience that will never get back the 138 minutes it gave this film; and for Ranveer Singh, who delivers a career-worst performance, writes @dpanjana.https://t.co/OX5CiEje2r
The reviews of #Cirkus are out and the unanimous view is that it’s a terrible film and not entertaining at all. The simple #RohitShetty turned self obsessive and arrogant. The writing was on the wall. This hasn’t come as a surprise.
In most of his recent interviews, #RohitShetty seems to giving profound lectures on why Bollywood movies are failing now-a-days. It is hilariously ironic, because he himself might need to watch those clips today.#Cirkus#CirkusReview
#CirkusReview it’s the weakest film of #RohitShetty very boring at places..not at all a Rohit Shetty style film which we expect. Barely you laugh at few scenes..better watch the circus in a mela than this #CirkusMovie#Cirkus
What was #RanveerSingh even thinking while signing #Cirkus? It’s good to collaborate with directors you’ve worked before, but not at the cost of being part of nonsense they sell you in name of a script. #RohitShetty comedy touches a new low with this one. Full review out soon.