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But he [Shahid Kapoor], like his film, has style and spirit, and that makes Badmaash Company an easy watch

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Baradwaj Rangan The New Indian Express

Badmaash Company is a staggeringly tedious film, which takes two hours and twenty three minutes to give us the moral science lesson that honesty is the best policy.

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It's hard to take this sort of film seriously, a film that lathers on the same lackluster ideas over and over again, expecting us to lap it up but actually beating us into stupor. There's not a single scene in the film that actually works, and there are a couple that just hurt

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Raja Sen Rediff

Packed with lazy clichés and convenient plot-holes, "Badmaash Company" is unforgivably long and insufferably boring. The acting -from all four leads - is nothing to speak of, and Sethi's direction is amateurish to put it politely

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The setting is solid. The scam’s quite awesome. The friends make for quite a foursome. All are equally endearing. As are their antics. And then the screen flashes, Interval. Everything dopily goes down a slope thereafter, and onward to America, arrogance and all that jazz

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Mayank Shekhar Hindustan Times

A film which has a real story, credible characters, and, most importantly, growth graphs

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Shubhra Gupta Indian Express

His [director's] characters are interesting, the casting is apt, and he has managed to extract good performances out of the fairly new bunch of actors

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Like all Yash Raj Films movies which try to simplify and sugarcoat things, Parmeet Sethi’s directorial debut aims to be a con film for dummies. But it just ends up being very dumb. It talks about one big idea changing lives. Well, rest assured, Badmaash Company is not that big idea

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Pratim D Gupta The Telegraph

Badmaash Company does have a bunch of riveting scenes, although the story does follow a very predictable line of crime and punishment/repentance

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Nikhat Kazmi Times of India
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