Tuesdays And Fridays Reviews (Top Critics)

Rediff.com
By Joginder Tuteja (2/5)

The romcom Tuesdays & Fridays hits the screens at a time when audiences are yet to make a comeback at theatres. To make things worse, the film has arrived with practically zero promotion. Its promo was released without any fanfare and the songs weren't promoted either.

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The Times Of India
By Ronak Kotecha (2.5/5)

Varun Sarin (Anmol Thakeria Dhillon) is a hot shot writer whose new book is a bestseller and Sia (Jhataleka Malhotra) is an upcoming lawyer. Besides being young, good looking and raring to go, the two also share the insecurities that stem from a broken and dysfunctional family.

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Firstpost.com
By Poulomi Das (0.5/5)

There's a specific brand of millennial rom-com that has penetrated Bollywood of late. These are primed to be an update on the epic romances that Hindi cinema has been perpetuating for decades, involving mustard fields, Eurotrips, and endless pining. These films, on the other hand, promise to be more rooted in reality than escapism, as a way of reflecting the altered priorities of the younger generation and the decade they inhabit.

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Glamsham.com
By Vishal Verma (3/5)

He is a young writer, a smart lawyer whose clients are heartthrobs of the Nation. They meet and fall in love or kya? no beta... kahaani mein hai twist, thoda ishq thoda hitch... but in the end it's a breezy kishmish made from fresh angoor - matlab fresh pair Varun (Anmol Thakeria Dhillon) and Sia (Jhataleka Malhotra).

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