Tutak Tutak Tutiya Review and Ratings By Taran Adarsh, Rajiv Masand and Komal Nahta

Well this weekend two new thanda masala movie release at box office Tutak Tutk Tutiya and Mirzya. Tutak Tutk Tutiya comedy move takes very good starts as compare with Mirzya. he film, in totality does not disappoint the eager viewer, thanks to the film’s novel screenplay (Vijay and Paul Aaron) of horror comedy. This basically means a series of grimaces and groans studded in a risible script, in which we rapidly lose all interest after we’ve finished smiling weakly at the leading man’s accented Hindi as the boorish Krishna, and his puerile attempts at getting rid of a doormat of a wife (Tamannah Bhatia).

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Tutak Tutak Tutiya Review by Bollywood Hungama

Rating: ★★☆☆☆

The promos of TUTAK TUTAK TUTIYA were good enough for the audiences to get a feel of what to expect from the film. The film, in totality does not disappoint the eager viewer, thanks to the film’s novel screenplay (Vijay and Paul Aaron) of horror comedy. Even though the film’s dialogues do not tickle your funny bone at the drop of a hat, it is decent enough to sustain the humor level of the audience. After having set his directorial flag flying sky high down south, Vijay makes his Bollywood debut as a director with TUTAK TUTAK TUTIYA. One has to really appreciate the finesse and patience with which he has treated the entire film. With a film that boasts of a ‘different’ genre, there were many places whereby the film could have gone astray. But, thanks to Vijay’s able direction, the film never loses its track. While the film’s first half sets up the atmosphere for the story, it’s the engaging second half that really ups the excitement and comedy in the film. Even though the second half does look a bit stretched at handful of places, it does not hamper the film’s narrative, which works majorly in the favour of the film.

Tutak Tutak Tutiya Review by Shubhra Gupta on Indian Express

Rating: ½☆☆☆☆

This basically means a series of grimaces and groans studded in a risible script, in which we rapidly lose all interest after we’ve finished smiling weakly at the leading man’s accented Hindi as the boorish Krishna, and his puerile attempts at getting rid of a doormat of a wife (Tamannah Bhatia). The horror is supposed to arise from the plot point which gives us another side to the servile biwi via a ‘bhoot’. Yes, a sari-wearing docile frump can turn into a modern girl in short clothes with starry ambitions in the company of Bollywood superstar Raj

Tutak Tutak Tutiya Review by Gaurang Chauhan on Bollywood Life

Rating: ★★★☆☆

It’s a Prabhudheva show from start to finish. He is bit awkward in the first scene but gets his groove and shines throughout. His comic timing is amazing and he is believable in emotional scenes. He is the life of this horror comedy. Tamannaah plays her part perfectly. Her voice modulation is good and she showcases the two character personalities with perfect ease. The comedy scenes are actually funny and director Vijay handles them well. Special mention has to be given to ever dependent Murli Sharma who is top notch as Sonu Sood’s manager. The film never takes itself too seriously, which works in its favour. The story by Vijay and Paul Aron holds your attention for the most part and is intriguing. The dialogues by Chintan Gandhi are funny.

Tutak Tutak Tutiya Review by Indiaglitz

Rating: ★★☆☆☆

Director A.L. Vijay marks his debut in Hindi films with his multilingual film ‘Tutak Tutak Tutiya’. He comes up with an interesting tale which gets diluted due to additional glamorous track of Sonu Sood. Also, the movie has been treated like a South Indian film due to which it looks more like a dubbed film. It’s a good opportunity loss for this director. Sonu Sood looks great but ends up being a victim of half backed character. There is nothing new nor concrete to offer in his stale and boring track. Nassar’s cameo was wasted. ‘Tutak Tutak Tutiya’ has mild fun only due to presence of Prabhudeva and Tamannaah, which gets highly diluted due to dragging screenplay and weak track of Sonu Sood.

Review by Sweta Kaushal on Hindustan Times

Rating: ★★☆☆☆

Sonu Sood, who plays the superstar making a film opposite Ruby, also impresses with his performance. If no one has cast him as the lead in a comic film yet, filmmakers might want to break some old traditions and sign him after watching the film. If you are looking for an entertaining, paisa-vasool movie, Tutak Tutak Tutiya should be your pick. Prabhudeva’s comedy and of course, his dance is what makes this worth it. Look elsewhere for a soul-stirring piece of art.

Review by Manisha Lakhe on Nowrunning

Rating: ★★☆☆☆

Sonu Sood’s Shah Rukh hangover finally finds a super outlet, and he does have flashes of resemblances to the star through the film. It does get tiresome, and you wish they’d wrap up the film within a film soon. But the gags continue and we begin to feel the fatigue creep in. So much so that the end shows up quite conveniently. Tamannah Bhatia does not have too much of a role except to wear ‘heroine’ outfits and dance, change costumes and dance. Oh yes, she needs to widen her eyes in anger and in her ghost role. The South Indian housewife scene with the puja aarti and a towel tied on her wet hair is so real, you can actually smell malli-poo (common flowers worn in their hair by women in South India ) in the theater. Murali Sharma is good as the stereotypical star secretary. There are many songs in the film but none memorable despite Prabhu Deva’s dancing. Had the tale been told without wandering after every gag, the film would have been more enjoyable. Wait for it to show up on cable.

Review by Renuka Vyavahare on The Times Of India

Rating: ★★★☆☆

Boasting of a clean family humour, Vijay doesn’t try too hard to please his audience and gets brownie points for keeping things sweet and simple. The movie does not pretend to be smarter than it is and that’s a welcome relief. The special effects in a particular scene are impressive as well. The gorgeous Tamannaah, slips in and out of her two diverse characters Ruby and Devi, effortlessly. She even manages to match her dance steps with the great Prabhu Deva. Though he displays a good comic timing, the latter doesn’t have much to do except for acting surprised owing to his wife’s situation. Sonu Sood makes an extended cameo and renders a restrained performance. He does justice to his superstar character that is not caricaturish or clichéd. Despite being a tad underwhelming, Tutak Tutak Tutiya is a fairly enjoyable film that can be watched on a family outing.