Happy New Year film have none only one else, there are many successful stars. Shah Rukh's acting no way of any kind of question market, but at least this roll Khan has already played in 8 movies. Deepika has no novelty in acting. Her dialog will remind you 'Chennai Express’ movie. Boman Irani, Abhishek Bachchan, Sonu Sood and Vivan Shah, is also fulfilled their roles.
Here we are publishing some popular reviewers views and what say about Happy New Year movie.
Total Averaging Stars of Happy New Year out of Five: 2.9/5**
Star Cast: Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, Abhishek Bachchan, Sonu Sood, Boman Irani, Vivaan Shah
Direction: Farah Khan
Genre: Action-comedy drama
Genre: Action-comedy drama
Review By: Shubha Shetty Saha Site: Mid-Day: 3.5/5***
Those who love Bollywood for its quirks and idiosyncrasies, will like this film. If you tend to take life and films more seriously than that, watch something else.Review By: Sarita A Tanwar Site: DNA : 4/5***
Review By: Shubhra Gupta Site: Indian Express : 2/5***This is Farah Khan’s return to form – quite easily, this is her most complex script to date but she handles effortlessly. Despite having everything going for it, you wonder why they didn’t fine-tune the screenplay a bit more. There are logic issues; there are sensibility issues and in a heist film, you can’t have that.
Happy New Year’ turns out to be a cross between an `Oceans 11/12’ and ‘Flashdance’ and a whole bunch of movies that topline Mera Bharat Mahan sentiments. And a film which threatens to sink because it begins with such an eye glaze, but manages to rescue itself because of Farah Khan’s relentless take-no-prisoners attitude : where it can get big, make it gigantic ; where it can get colourful, stuff in every single primary colour, and turn the spotlight on. She pulls it off, but only just.Review By: Rohit Khilnani Site: India Today : 2/5***
The film is predictable and yes sometimes that's fine. You know the hero will make his way to the locker eventually but the journey to that locker should be gripping and entertaining and sadly this one is full of cliches. There are very few portions which are actually funny. Most of it is just illogical drama making no sense. It's not that I walked into the cinema to watch Happy New Year and find logic but in the film things don't fall into place and there are petty jokes.Review By: Paloma Sharma Site: Rediff : 2.5/5***
The film relies more on the two-minute noodle brand of patriotism than it does on common sense in order to further the plot. Featuring some adorable cameos from Anurag Kashyap and Vishal Dadlani and (yes, you’re reading this right) Sajid Khan. This could have been a much better film if only it had dared to move out of its comfort zone. Happy New Year is a film that’s bound to make you feel good, but trust me, the feeling won’t last.