Bruce Lee featuring G.V. Prakash Kumar and Kriti Kharbanda has hit the theaters today and it has been getting mixed responses from the critics. The reviewers claim it is the most awful film ever made. In fact they claimed that it’s the worst film ever made in Indian cinema. They insist that there is no story line and the action scenes will just hit your eyes.
Times of India: It was around the same time that two films, one in Tamil and the other in Telugu, titled Bruce Lee were being made, thus evincing curiosity among film buffs. Interestingly, Kriti Kharbanda was a common factor in both the projects. When the Telugu version, which released almost a year-and-a-half ago, didn’t leave any mark, one hoped that the Tamil version would fare better as the makers were claiming it to be a black comedy. However, there is hardly any comedy scene to look forward to in this film and one ends up surrounded by pitch-black darkness. If spirits could watch films, the spirit of real Bruce Lee will turn into Kanchana and Chandramukhi after watching this absurd film.
Firstpost: Bruce Lee, the actor who was a martial arts expert, is a legendary name in south India. His film Enter The Dragon, that released in the 1970’s, ran for weeks, even in small stations in the south. So the makers of GV Prakash’s new film, led by director Prasanth Pandiaraj, titled their film Bruce Lee, as it has tremendous title value. However GV Prakash’s Bruce Lee would make the late legend turn in his grave. The film, which was touted as a black comedy, is amateurish and has neither a story nor style. The slapstick humour in the film is forced.
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