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Vodka Diaries

Vodka Diaries

19 Jan, 2018
1 hrs 58 mins
1,832 votes
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In the misty town of Manali, ACP Ashwini Dixit attempts to solve a series of mysterious murders happening in a single night, which might be connected to the night club, Vodka Diaries.
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Verdict: A suspense-thriller that keeps you guessing until the very end. Actor Kay Kay Menon is not new to playing the role of a police officer. He has acted as a cop in Black Friday, Tera Kya Hoga Johnny, Bombay Velvet and others. In this Kushal Srivastava directorial debut - Vodka Diaries too, Kay Kay Menon has taken up the role []... ...Read full review
By the time we get an explanation, we have pretty much twigged on to the mystery, such as it is. The answer is right there, in front of us, but it begs the question: just why, with a notable exception or two, doesnt Bollywood make any worthwhile thrillers? Sadly, the reliable Menon is wasted. So is our time. ...Read full review
It`s embarrassing that this logic-free film has a talent like Kay Kay Menon ...Read full review
The audience wants complexity, deeper inward journey of the characters, but it gets more of Kay Kays cynical mannerism. You try to see some meaning in all this, but Vodka Diaries remains true to its name. It never becomes anything other than a trippy story written after a bottle of vodka. It might have looked brilliant in the writers head, but its not more than an average take on the concept of alternative reality. ...Read full review
As a one-time watch Vodka Diaries could be called as a good entertaining movie with some really well-directed scenes and power packed dialogues. But do not let your expectations soar too high because the fall after that might hurt you real bad and you might return home with a baggage of disappointment and unsatisfaction with you. ...Read full review
What works for the film are the performances by its lead actors. Kay Kay Menon, as a cop who is hot on the trail of the murderer, who is also a romantic at heart, does the best he can with the material at hand. But even an accomplished performer like him cannot save a film that sounds conceptually good, but is derailed by its poor execution. ...Read full review
Ever so often, Kay Kay Menon keeps dozing off between solving cases to dream up an open-air bed and breakfast scenario in snow-clad Manali. It`s like being inside a drowsy, holiday-starved, person`s head. Or perhaps an aftereffect of starring in the drab Vodka Diaries, which positions itself as a whodunit, but is too dreary to allow any fun. ...Read full review
After a vacation with his poetess-wife Shikha (Mandira Bedi), ACP Ashwini Dixit (played by Kay Kay Menon) finds himself investigating a series of murders where dead bodies start piling up, each with a link to a local hotel named Vodka Diaries. As he goes deeper into his investigation, a mysterious call from a nameless lady (Raima Sen) topples his life upside down when he discovers that his wife Shikha is missing and the only way to reach her is to connect the clues left by the unknown caller. Will Ashwini manage to crack this case? ...Read full review
Vodka Diaries is a film so preposterous that within a few minutes I started to feel a little embarrassed for the actors on-screen. I felt especially bad for Kay Kay Menon a fine actor who has done stellar work in films like Paanch, Black Friday, Sarkar and Haider. But here he is cheerfully hamming perhaps because he is saddled with a role that is entirely logic-free. ...Read full review
Kay Kay Menon stars as local cop ACP Ashwini Dixit, whos investigating multiple murders that have taken place over a single night and appear to be connected to a nightclub named Vodka Diaries. The deaths are gruesome, but the victims are barely-etched characters whom we meet fleetingly at best, never long enough to know or especially care for. ...Read full review
After returning from a holiday with his wife, ACP Ashwini Dixit (Kay Kay Menon) finds himself solving a series of murders in Manali. Each of these murders is linked to a hotel called Vodka Diaries (why would anyone name their hotel as such? It is like someone in their `50s trying to give a trendy name). As Ashwini goes deeper into the investigation, he gets hounded by weird dreams, gets phone calls from a mysterious woman (Raima Sen) while at the same time, his wife (Mandira Bedi) goes missing. ...Read full review
In the very first scene we see ACP Ashwini Dixit (Kay Kay Menon) running aimlessly, rolling over snow, alternating between flat, paved roads and snowy mountainous terrain. Then he arrives at a hotel, calm, breath enough in reserves, and walks in flashing his ID card. It makes us wonder why. ...Read full review