FryDay Reviews (Top Critics)
By Bollywood Hungama (2.5/5)

A film shot in a house replete with madcap characters is a great idea used very well in the past. Priyadarshan tickled the funny bone of audiences with GARAM MASALA [2005], which was majorly set in a luxurious flat. Later, all the films of the HOUSEFULL franchise also dealt with this scenario and audiences loved it. Now Govinda's new film FRYDAY is also on the same lines and what's more, it also features Varun Sharma.

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By Umesh Punwani (3/5)

Gagan Kapoor (Govinda) is a flirtatious theater actor living an unsatisfied married life. He has a girlfriend Bindu (Digangna Suryavanshi) and loves her a lot. Rajiv Chabbra (Varun Sharma) - a failed salesman tries to save his job. Sells water purifier for Pavitra Paani company and gets a warning from his boss. "If you don't sell one water purifier before this Friday, you'll get fired," says Rajiv's boss to him.

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By Syed Firdaus Ashraf (3.5/5)

What does a husband tell his wife when he is caught cheating? Lies. What does a wife tell her husband when she is caught cheating? Lies. And what does a married couple do when both are caught cheating? More lies. FryDay is a comedy of errors where stage actor Gagan Kapoor (Govinda) feels that when it comes to acting skills and comic timing, no one can outdo him.

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By Udita Jhunjhunwala (2/5)

Govinda fans can rejoice. This FryDay marks the return of the entertainer number one, in all his 1990s glory. He throws his entire body into the comedy - jiggling, wriggling and contorting his face while delivering the modicum of entertainment and laughs scattered through director Abhishek Dogra's sit-com.

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By Nandini Ramnath (2/5)

Fryday, also known as Carry On Water Purifier Salesman, is exactly as promised: the great Govinda steals the show, Varun Sharma holds his own, Brijendra Kala chips in, and the female characters stand around like pieces of furniture.

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The Indian Express
By Shubhra Gupta (0.5/5)

The only reason I went to watch Fryday is my lingering conviction that Govinda still has something to show us. That he can, like a conjurer, pull out a performance which will make us go 'aah'. Alas, Fryday is just another 'ouch', as awful as anything he has done in the last few years. As a middle-aged adulterer who cannot keep his hands off a bosomy young thing (Digangana), he comes off more like a horny uncle, than an actor in search of that elusive role.

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The Times Of India
By Pallabi Dey Purkayastha (1.5/5)

A desperate salesman Rajiv (Varun Sharma) is on the brink of losing his job at a water purifying company and asked to leave if he fails to sell at least one purifier by Friday. But, Rajiv finds himself in the middle of a marital mess when a seasoned ex-salesman Manchanda (Sanjay Mishra) puts him in touch with a quirky couple.

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