Aiyyaa (2012) - Comedy, Romance

Hohum Score



A woman goes on the hunt for her dream man, armed with her wild imagination, her passion for Masala-films, and her ultra-sensitive sense of smell.

IMDB: 4.4
Director: Sachin Kundalkar
Stars: Rani Mukerji, Prithviraj Sukumaran
Length: 152 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 10 out of 31 found boring (32.25%)

One-line Reviews (27)

It was Times of India that voted this one amongst the worst movies of 2012 and it didn't get a lot of love in the reviews either.

No story, no humour and definitely not even a tad bit of entertainment.

Meenakshi's dream is perhaps every (middle class) girl's dream and this is where an instant connection takes place between the audience and the gripping narrative of this girl.

Perhaps about an hour of the film could have easily been left out to make this at least more enjoyable.

A secret wish to fall in love and get rid of the 'ever-so-mundane' ways of life is all that she wants.

This is a classic example of too many ingredients confusing the cook.

All the elements in this boring flick adds up to ennui- generating claptrap and Rani Mukherji has totally lost it!

I personally found Aiyya to be thoroughly enjoyable.

The film is portrayed rather realistically, with the sets, costumes and dialogue giving it an engaging sense of everyday simplicity, while being consistently humorous.

As a result, all those weird but amusing mannerisms of its various characters gradually turn into repetitive, ridiculous and irritating leading to an avoidable mess.

This is a brave experimental Bollywood movie and I highly recommend it to all those who may be getting a bit bored of all the normality in their life.

The item songs done by Rani are small moments of relief in otherwise unbearable film.

Incohorent,inconsistent and even unbearable at times.

But after those initial fine moments, the viewers keep waiting for some entertaining twists or sequences in its basic storyline which refuse to come and it all goes on at a very uneasy pace.

In all, few enjoyable tracks of Amit Trivedi and a passionate performance of Rani Mukherjee are the only two merits in AIYYAA.

if you still wanna waste 2+hrs of your life...

A brave experimental Bollywood movie for all those who may be getting a bit bored of all the normality in their life .

Giving a 9 due to the entertaining nature of the movie

The film offers a good enjoyable 20-25 minutes in the start, when all the characters are being introduced and the narration seems to be fresh as well as interesting.

the worst movie in 2012.

The movie is a waste of time and money...

Plot is quite simple might come a bit slow and the climax of the movie is very nice and hits you like a cloud.

This is one of the worst movies have ever seen so far.

Prithviraj Sukumaran, the hero, is the only sane guy and pulls of his intense/ brooding character brilliantly.

Waste of time, effort and money .

One of the worst worst movies .

The climactic scenes are very surprising and the ending is unexpected and rewarding.