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Laal Rang  ( UA ) (2016)  (Hindi)
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Critics Rating: |  4 Reviews
 2.4 out of 5 (Fairly Good) 2.4 out of 5 (Fairly Good)  
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Who could think that stealing blood and selling it for profit would be the stuff that could have you grinning in the dark of the theater? It is. And the characters that have been created seem to be unrepentant and brazen in their greed. If only the exaggerations could be reined in, this would be a wonderfully dark comic film.

Laal Rang Review RatingManisha Lakhe (Nowrunning) | Read Full Review

The film's undoing is what seems to be confusion over the tone it wants to achieve. And so, although large parts of the narrative have a very apt, realistic feel to them, Laal Rang never becomes as gritty as it needed to be because of its tendency to intermittently wander off into long, loud songs supplemented by stylised, slow motion shots.

Anna M.M. Vetticad (Firstpost) | Read Full Review

The film is meant to be based on two 'real life' incidents, but it doesn't tell us which. What we get, to begin with, is a scary inside view of the kind of skullduggery.Then it boils down to the usual cat-and-mouse game between a diligent cop and the blood robbers. You also can't get over the feeling of abject waste when a good subject is bled so much that lifelessness results.

Laal Rang Review RatingShubhra Gupta (Indian Express) | Read Full Review

Laal Rang spins an unhurried but engaging tale of love, friendship, heartbreak and redemption against the seamy backdrop of Haryana's blood theft racket. Laal Rang is a slow-burning drama about human blood-hounds that takes a while to come into its own, but when it does it has enough meat to last the course.

Laal Rang Review RatingSaibal Chatterjee (Ndtv) | Read Full Review

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