Virgin Bhanupriya Reviews (Top Critics)

News18.com
By Devasheesh Pandey (2.5/5)

Virgin Bhanupriya has its heart in the right place and strikes a chord with its coming-of-age theme that seems relatable to an extent, but it falters in oversimplification of the idea of teenage romance and that disconnects us with the characters while contributing to its mediocrity.

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Filmcompanion.in
By Baradwaj Rangan

If I didn't believe in the concept of poetic justice earlier, I do so now, after seeing that a film titled Virgin Bhanupriya exists on the same OTT platform that has such offerings as Body Massage, Sex Drugs & Theatre, Never Kiss Your Best Friend and a series named Topless, with episodes titled 'The Booty Call', 'The Cleavage', 'The Blue Ball' and 'Gangbang'.

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BollywoodHungama.com
By Bollywood Hungama (2/5)

VIRGIN BHANUPRIYA is the story of a girl trying to lose her virginity. Bhanupriya (Urvashi Rautela) is a young, conservative girl from Mumbai. Her parents (Rajiv Gupta, Archana Puran Singh) are separated and are always fighting with each other. She wants to fall in love but all her attempts fail.

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Rediff.com
By Moumita Bhattacharjee (0.5/5)

Virgin Bhanupriya is deplorable, disgracing and terribly dated. Bhanupriya (Urvashi Rautela) is a girl in her 20s, desperate to lose her virginity. Her best friend Rukul Preet Singh (bad pun!) tries to get her hooked up with a BOGO (buy one, get one free) deal. That brings Rajeev (Sumit Gulati) into her life. Rajeev doesn't suit Bhanupriya's checklist, but she decides to give him a shot.

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Zeenews.india.com
By Ritika Handoo

Geeky good girl in the dire need to lose virginity chases dashing bad boy to get the needful done. So, what happens next? If you are really dying to know, then that could be the sole urgency driving you to sit through Urvashi Rautela's new starrer.

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