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Mirror Game

02 Jun, 2017
1 hrs 48 mins
58 votes
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Professor Jay Verma finds himself in a precarious situation amidst his failing career and crumbling marital relationship. Struggling to make his way out, he seeks help from Ronnie, a student in lieu of his help to complete Ronnie's thesis. The two strike a deal, however, soon things go awry and the professor begins to question his own sanity.
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Verdict: An Intriguing Tale That Keeps You Hooked. A psychedelic display of the title sequence in the beginning with haunting music at the background leaves you expecting more out of this low budget psychological thriller starring critically acclaimed actor Parvin Dabas in the lead. But soon, you are left stunned when the initial scene almost gives a []... ...Read full review
On the whole, Mirror Game is an interesting watch but with six other films releasing this Friday along with it, the film is highly likely to meet with a very poor fate. Lack of marketing is one of the glaring factors that should be blamed for it. The only hope is critical acclaim and good word-of-mouth publicity. ...Read full review
Director Vijit Sharma marks his directorial debut with Mirror Game Ab Khel Shuru. The film, which deals with the subject of psychiatric genetics, is engaging till the last frame but the treatment of it lacks commercial value. Vijit has made a fairly decent attempt at making a psychological thriller, sans masala and `nach gaana, which is typical to Bollywood thrillers, in a surprisingly good fashion. ...Read full review
With a weird name like Mirror Game: Ab Khel Shuru, one`s expectations from this film are rather very low. As the film initially plunges into a tackily projected "perfect murder" thriller with a professor of psychology, his disgruntled, "divorce-seeking" wife and an obliging student, some viewers may feel they have seen it all before. But director Vijit Sharma has such a unique approach to the familiar material that the cliches are irrelevant and the film takes you by surprise. ...Read full review
Life`s not going too well for Professor Jay Verma (Parvin Dabbas). While he is struggling at work, things are not good at home as well. His wife Tanya (Shanti Akkineni) is having an affair with Ronnie (Dhruv Bali), a student at his University. Not one to be cuckolded by his student, Jay decides to kill two birds with one stone and hatches a sinister plot with Ronnie. ...Read full review



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