Cirkus review: As soon as the Rohit Shetty-directed film opened in theatres today, critics and spectators lambasted it on Twitter. Cirkus received a two-star rating from critic and industry expert Taran Adarsh, who also criticised the film for being out of date.
The movie lacks entertainment and humour you associate with a Rohit Shetty film
Movie fans dubbed it Shetty’s worst work ever and claimed it had more in common with a Sajid Khan movie. They criticised the film for having few comedic parts and Ranveer Singh for overacting in each scene.
“As a Rohit Shetty film, it felt like a Sajid Khan film instead of a Rohit Shetty film. I adored the underlying narrative; yet, it did not do Ranveer and Varun’s usual brilliance any justice.
Why was Cirkus not boycotted?
A movie fan questioned why Cirkus had not been boycotted like so many other films this year. since the trailer did it already. The evaluations are hardly shocking. The three and a half minute trailer was excruciating. What have you done, Ranveer Singh, Rohit Shetty asks.
Cirkus has lesser advance booking than RamSsetu, Bhediya, and Raksha Bandhan which were major flops. Even Rohit Shetty films, who has never seen a bad movie, are being turned down.
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Yogi Baba Productions, a YouTuber
Claimed that the plot was muddled and the humour was overdone in every part of the film. “Cirkus movie review: Cringe in the name of comedy, overacting in the name of acting, over-saturation in the name of colour, and confusion in the name of the plot (sic),” the author stated.
Ronak Kamat, a film enthusiast, also lashed out the producers, claiming that they cannot blame the public for not flocking to theatres when they only have the confidence to make ludicrous commercial material. “Cirkus reviews say the picture is rubbish… of course,” Kamat wrote.
The central theme of Cirkus
A film starring Ranveer Singh and Pooja Hegde, is the accidental birth separation of two pairs of identical twins. A comedy of errors results from the fact that they are uncannily in the same place a few years later. The movie is a remake of Angoor, a 1982 film starring acting trailblazers Sanjeev Kumar and Deven Verma. The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare served as the inspiration for Angoor.