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May 14, 2022

Jayeshbhai Jordaar Movie Review - Critics

List of Jayeshbhai Jordaar Movie Review from various popular critics and news portals. Kindly bookmark this page to check all the reviews which will be updated accordingly.


Star Cast - Ranveer Singh, Shalini Pandey, Boman Irani

Director - Divyang Thakkar

Release Date - 13th May 2022


Total Reviews - 11

Average Score - 2.43/5

Overall Word of Mouth (Critics) - Mixed



1. Taran Adarsh -

Rating Score -> 1.5/5
#JayeshbhaiJordaar: POOR. Rating: ⭐️½. Jordaar concept, but kamzor writing... Screenplay of convenience... #RanveerSingh sparkles, but the amateurish goings-on play spoilsport. #JayeshbhaiJordaarReview
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2. India Today -

Rating Score -> 3.5/5
Will Jayeshbhai Jordaar pull off a KGF or at the very least a Kashmir Files in terms of box office collection? No chance. But these are films that will touch the heart. This feel-good feeling we're walking out of the theatre with is currency enough.
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3. Times of India -

Rating Score -> 2.5/5
For the longest time Hindi films have worshiped alpha males. Divyang hopes to turn that template around and question false bravado through his timid but determined hero. He also tries to take a light-hearted look at grim issues, but uninspiring writing lets his film down by a mile.
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4. Hindustan Times -

Rating Score -> n/a
Overall, Jayeshbhai Jordaar is a decent watch but does it really stay with you and leaves you thinking? I doubt. At least, I’m not thinking about it once I am done writing this review. Watch it for this child actor and a yet-another loud act from Ranveer.
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5. India TV -

Rating Score -> n/a
Jayeshbhai Jordaar is invested in justifying the themes but touches upon them with so much preaching that it dilutes its essence. Something that racks the film is the hammering down of the information that may bore you. The mood and tone of the film are at times "too" humours that you cannot figure out if it's something you take seriously or laugh about and forget.
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6. NDTV -

Rating Score -> 2.5/5
Jayeshbhai Jordaar is Ranveer Singh all the way, so it is far more Jayeshbhai than jordaar. It loses power far too frequently. The load that the star is called upon to carry on his shoulders is flaky and flimsy at the core notwithstanding the undeniable relevance of the ideas that the film is seeking to peddle.
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7. Indian Express -

Rating Score -> 1.5/5
Ranveer Singh tries hard, but the film has no ‘jor’. The intentions of this Ranveer Singh-Shalini Pandey film may have been noble, but it comes off as a babble of characters flailing about in a plot which makes you grit your teeth.
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8. Rediff -

Rating Score -> 3/5
Essentially a message movie, Jayeshbhai Jordaar masks its horror in humour to play out like an on-the-run road trip
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9. News 18 -

Rating Score -> 2.5/5
Jayesbhai Jordaar is not only unsatisfying but also poignant. The film is breezy enough at its core but despite its rousing moments, the film leaves you feeling unfulfilled. It could definitely have surely been more ‘Jordaar.’
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10. Komal Nahta -

Rating Score -> n/a
On the whole, Jayeshbhai Jordaar is a disastrous fare and will face rejection from the audience, generally speaking. It has come about four to five decades too late!
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11. Anupama Chopra -

Rating Score -> n/a
But Divyang isn’t going for that sort of tough take here. He’s created a fairytale. Jayeshbhai Jordaar is a crowd pleaser which urges us, with a sort of bumbling sincerity and sweetness, toward a more equal world. I’ll take it.
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2 comments:

  1. Hahaha.. earth shattering sub 4 cr opening

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  2. Only name is Jordaar, performance is not

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