Junooniyat Review by – Koimoi, TOI, Hindustan Times – 1.5 to 2.5 Stars


Rating:1.5 / 5. by Koimoi on Koimoi

Junooniyat is targeted towards college-going people who are always game for wasting their money on such films rather than attending lectures. It’s hard to believe they are able to tolerate such films and make them successful. Junooniyat is an outright boring film. I am going with 1.5 stars.

Rating: 2.5/5. by Meena Iyer on TOI

In all fairness, Pulkit and Yami breathe life into their characters. We wish they were not saddled with such a lacklustre script. The only thing you take back from this film are the breath-taking visuals of the snow-capped Kashmir mountains captured in their entirety. For the rest, this one draws a huge blank.

Rating: 1.5/5. by Vivek Agnihotri on Hindustan Times

Gulshan Devaiah and the cinematography by Attar Singh Saini are the two good things going for the movie but do little to salvage the bad script. Some melodious tunes may entice you, but that’s not enough to keep you hooked for the two-hours and odd saga.

Directed by Vivek Agnihotri
Produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar
Screenplay by Priti Singh, Vivek Agnihotri
Story by Priti Singh
Music by Ankit Tiwari, Meet Bros, Jeet Ganguly
Cinematography Attar Singh Saini
Edited by Antara Lahiri
Production company T-Series Films
Distributed by T-Series Films
Release dates 24 June 2016
Country India
Language Hindi