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2 Murders, 2 Suspects, 2 Versions


03 Nov, 2017
1 hrs 47 mins
53,447 votes
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Dev (Akshaye Khanna), a police officer, is investigating a double murder case that has only two witnesses, who are also the prime suspects. The suspects - Vikram (Siddharth Malhotra), an acclaimed writer, and Maya (Sonakshi Sinha), a young homemaker, have different narratives about the events of that fateful night. Both the stories seem true but there can be only one truth. Dev is torn between the two versions of the story, and will not settle till he finds out what happened that night.
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Verdict: Akshaye Khanna shines in this thrilling film. Bollywood isn`t great with remaking its classics. From Sholay to Zanjeer, the version 2.0 of all-time blockbusters have never been appreciated. Abhay Chopra, son of late filmmaker Ravi Chopra, has taken a gutsy decision to remake the cult classic Ittefaq in his directorial debut. The 1969 film []... ...Read full review
With cops on his tail for being charged with his wife`s murder, Vikram Sethi (Sidharth Malhotra) runs into Maya (Sonakshi Sinha) and manages to get refuge in her house on a rainy Mumbai night. ...Read full review
Its natural for the police, led by Dev Verma (Akshaye Khanna), to arrest Vikram after he flees the scene of the crime. But the man turns out to be a slippery customer - he gives them the slip and scoots, again! ...Read full review
Ittefaq is not a remake. Its basic inspiration has of course come from the 1969 thriller of the same name directed by Yash Chopra, starring Rajesh Khanna, Nanda and Iftekhar (which in turn drew on already existing sources), but apart from a handful of building blocks, there is really no resemblance between these two films. ...Read full review
Thriller is probably the one genre which actually changes the perspective of how you see things. It compels you to question the nature of reality no matter how perfect the situation looks like. This just happened to me a few minutes ago while I watched Ittefaq. ...Read full review
It is no coincidence that the remake of a suspense-filled thriller from nearly half a century ago falls back on significant plot tweaks - and a major climax-altering epilogue - to try and camouflage a familiar storyline. ...Read full review
A good murder mystery leads you by the hand but doesnt advertise its wares, takes care to keep it taut, and delivers a satisfactory payoff. ...Read full review
The year`s much anticipated edge-of-the-seat thriller is finally out. This one is an official adaptation of 1969 thriller `Ittefaq` directed by late Yash Chopra that starred Rajesh Khanna, Nanda and Bindu in the lead roles. ...Read full review
Ittefaq is about two murders, one suicide, two versions of one story and a cop who tries to read whatever it is being offered to him. ...Read full review
Ittefaq, starring Sidharth Malhotra, Sonakshi Sinha and Akshaye Khanna, is one of those films that has had us waiting for it with a bated breath. ...Read full review
Watching Ittefaq, youre instantly reminded just how good an actor Akshaye Khanna is. He plays an inscrutable police officer investigating a complex double murder, and although the film isnt perfect, Khanna remains dependably brilliant. ...Read full review
The story revolves around police officer Dev (Akshaye Khanna), who is investigating a double murder case that has only two witnesses acclaimed writer Vikram (Sidharth Malhotra) and young homemaker Maya (Sonakshi Sinha) who are also the prime suspects. ...Read full review
Dev Verma (Akshaye Khanna) is investigating a double murder case in Mumbai. Popular novelist Vikram Sethi (Sidharth Malhotra) and a young homemaker Maya (Sonakshi Sinha) are the witnesses in the case, who also happen to be the prime suspects. ...Read full review
Bollywood has seen very few murder mysteries where the audience sits through the entire 3 hr roll time and still can`t guess the real culprit. ...Read full review
The movie kicks off with a gritty chase sequence as a famous novelist from UK, Vikram Sethi (Sidharth Malhotra) is on the run while the cops chase him. He meets with an accident and coincidentally takes shelter in a married womans house named Maya Sinha (Sonakshi Sinha), who seems quite suspicious according to him. ...Read full review
One rainy night in Mumbai, two murders, two versions, two suspects, one truth. UK based novelist Vikram Sethi (Sidharth) is a prime suspect in two murders. One, of his wife Catherine and another of Mayas (Sonakshi) husband Shekhar. ...Read full review
This year light-hearted dramas and comedies are minting money at the box office and in such a wave, there comes a suspense thriller. ...Read full review
Ittefaq is the crisp, amoral, intriguing but implausible reworking of Yash Chopras 1969 film. The original is an over-dramatic but poignant portrait of two flawed individuals who make a tenuous connection over one night. The man, accused of murder, is actually innocent. ...Read full review