Indoo Ki Jawani Reviews (Top Critics)

BollywoodHungama.com
By Bollywood Hungama (3/5)

INDOO KI JAWANI is the coming-of-age story of a girl who experiences life through misadventures and dating apps. At the Delhi-Ghaziabad border, cops try to stop a Black Scorpio car at the check post. But the occupants of the car refuse to show their identity and escape. They also fire at a cop. The cops led by Avinash Nigam (Iqbal Khan) find the car outside a house.

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Rediff.com
By Joginder Tuteja (3/5)

There is something about Kiara Advani that stands out. She may have been noticed by audiences in one segment of Lust Stories, but check out her song and dance performance in Machine (a film which I bet most wouldn't have seen) and you would know the sparks were all there.

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Koimoi.com
By Gautam Batra (2.5/5)

Indira Gupta aka Indoo (Kiara Advani) is infamous in Ghaziabad for her 'Jawani'. While everyone from young to old feels h*rny about her, she wants to marry her boyfriend Satish (Raghav Raj Kakker). However, Satish is not any different from anyone else. Like a typical commitment-phobic boyfriend, he is more interested in having s*x with Indoo and less in marrying her.

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The Times Of India
By Ronak Kotecha (2/5)

From adolescent boys to retired uncles, everyone's leching on the voluptuous Indira Gupta (Kiara Advani) and by her own admission, the only thing that's trending on Ghaziabad's social media is #IndooKiJawani. She's dating a sleazy loser, who is desperate to make out with her, but Indoo won't put out, unless he mans up and formally asks for her hand.

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Ndtv.com
By Saibal Chatterjee (1.5/5)

Bollywood is back in Ghaziabad. This time around, the camera isn't trained on foul-mouthed, trigger-happy criminals but on libidinous lads - and a young lady - and raging hormones. But the outcome is no better. Indoo Ki Jawani, released theatrically, is an insipid, half-baked comedy toplined by a spirited Kiara Advani and peopled by sundry men who can't tell their brain from their groin.

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