Read the Zero Movie Reviews Starring Shah Rukh Khan, Anushka Sharma, Katrina Kaif, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub, Tigmanshu Dhulia.
Zero Reviews
Ratings: 4.6/10

Reviews Counted: 35
Score: 31%
Up: 11 | Down: 24

Bollywood Hindi Movie Zero Reviews and Ratings from Top Film Critics.
Director: Aanand L. Rai
Producer: Aanand L. Rai, Gauri Khan
Writer: Himanshu Sharma
Genre: Drama, Romance, Comedy
Release Date: 21 December 2018

Raja Sen | Hindustan Times: 3.5/5
The actor glosses over this with a dominating performance and tremendous energy. Bauaa Singh is a severely flawed character made irresistible by his pluck, and it’s remarkable how much Khan brings to the part ... Full Review

Rachit Gupta | Times of India: 2.5/5
At first go, the film makes you light and easy, which is good, but the problem is that it doesn’t really take you on that flight of entertainment, which you set out for ... Full Review

Kunal Guha | Mumbai Mirror: 2.5/5
Without giving away the film’s mind-bending plot, in some way, he even wrongs the female lead in question. And yet, we’re expected to pray that things fall in his favour in the end? Surely, the one who's signed off on this one was being short-sighted ... Full Review

Shubra Gupta | The Indian Express: 1/5
Preposterous drivel. Zero fails spectacularly at giving us anything we can believe in, and we go from start to finish, with disbelief growing with each passing frame ... Full Review

Shilajit Mitra | The New Indian Express: 2/5
Zero goes off the rails, unsurprisingly enough, once Salman Khan shows up. Up until then, the film moves with the droll deliberation of the typical Aanand L Rai fare ... Full Review

Rajeev Masand | News18: 2/5
It’s a shame Zero comes undone, because the ambition and the effort is visible. Shah Rukh Khan is especially entertaining in the first half while the script stays on track ... Full Review

Saibal Chatterjee | NDTV: 2/5
Outlandish in more ways than it can possibly orchestrate without going into frequent tailspins, Aanand L Rai's Zero, a superstar vehicle with wildly wobbly wheels, is a monumental mess ... Full Review

Taran Adarsh | Bollywood Hungama: 1.5/5
Sadly, the weak, flawed and lacklustre screenwriting is all that you recall after you’ve watched the much-awaited movie. This one’s an epic disappointment! ... Full Review

Umesh Punwani | Koimoi: 3/5
Raise Your Head High For Bauua Singh! A couple of moments which will just astonish the human out of you ... Full Review

Namrata Joshi | The Hindu: 2/5
In Zero, SRK’s characteristic outstretched arms get smaller, as does his height, the creative ambition gets bigger but the film stays resolutely middling ... Full Review

Shilpa Jamkhandikar | Reuters: 2.5/5
“Zero” has lofty ambitions but when it comes to delivery, it falls too short ... Full Review

Sukanya Verma | Rediff: 3/5
Still Zero is far from a misfire. Its cheerfully absurd aspirations are strewn in metaphors laying value to imperfections and SRK's gallery playing showmanship ... Full Review

Anna MM Vetticad | FirstPost: 1.5/5
Shah Rukh Khan's comic timing is the only thing going for this spluttering, tottering affair ... Full Review

Meena Iyer | DNAIndia: 3/5
You should watch it for Shah Rukh Khan. His swag, his sincerity and his willingness to go-beyond-vanilla (arms stretched) is worth it ... Full Review

Ananya Bhattacharya | India Today: 2/5
The film begins well and maintains pace in first half but is a disaster post intermission ... Full Review

Udita Jhunjhunwala | Live Mint: 2/5
A love story that stalls at lift off. The star power of Shah Rukh Khan cannot salvage Aanand L Rai's illogical space fantasy feature Zero ... Full Review

Nandini Ramnath | Scroll: 2/5
As the space rocket blasts off towards Mars, the superstar is transformed into a supernova, and it’s null all the way into the void ... Full Review

Devesh Sharma | Filmfare: 3/5
He has given it all to the film and makes you believe in Bauaa’s madness even in the film’s most fantastical scenes ... Full Review

Rahul Desai | Film Companion: 1.5/5
A Surreally Bad Shah Rukh Khan Starrer, But A Worse Aanand L. Rai Film ... Full Review

Baradwaj Rangan | Film Companion: 3/5
This Very Literal Flight Of Fancy Is The Year’s Most Audacious Love Story. Zero is all heart. It probably won’t work if you start thinking about the probability of it all, but after a wobbly half-hour I found the film easy to embrace ... Full Review

Anupama Chopra | Film Companion: 2/5
A Bizarre Story That Leaves You Stumped, And Eventually, Sad. The characters in Aanand L. Rai’s film are individually interesting but the connective tissue between them is so thin that the narrative starts to wobble precariously ... Full Review

Economic Times: 2.5/5
Starts on a high, fizzes out over the run time. While the concept is interesting, the execution is flawed ... Full Review

Suparna Thombare | Cinestaan: 2.5/5
When Khan counts down to zero and makes the stars fall at a flick of a finger, you believe that love can be magical. Unfortunately for him, he is in the middle of an outlandish love story written by Himanshu Sharma ... Full Review

Nadika Nadja | Silver Screen: 2/5
A Film That Never Recovers From Its Problematic Theme. The only thing new in the film is that a bunch of people came together to mock every disabled person ... Full Review

India Glitz: 2.5/5
Visually SRK’s dwarf CGI sometimes become rather too etched, yet again SRK saves it with his energetic performances ... Full Review

Ankur Pathak | The Huffington Post: 3/5
Shah Rukh Khan Powers This Ambitious Drama With A Terrific Performance. Khan, Katrina Kaif, and Anushka Sharma shine in a film weighed down by its own excesses ... Full Review

Tanul Thakur | The Wire: 1.5/5
Shah Rukh Khan's 'Zero' is Monotonous; Neither Short nor Sweet. Nearly nothing is well fought for or earned. Everything just happens – as a result, we’re barely invested in the story or the fates of the characters ... Full Review

R.M. Vijayakar | India West: 1.5/5
The direction exposes Rai as someone who has severe limits, but for his "Tanu..." franchise. Ajay-Atul’s music is pathetic, with the sole good song “Mere Naam Tu” cacophonic and badly over-orchestrated. The background score too is poor ... Full Review

Karishma Shetty | PinkVilla: 3/5
Shah Rukh Khan, Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif's fine performances are the backbones of the film Zero. The first half is a treat to watch while the second half is too long and stretched ... Full Review

Ashwin Bharadwaj | Lens Men Reviews: 2/5
The grandeur of the concept sort of took away the heart from the movie giving us an endearing male lead in a lackluster movie ... Full Review

Ajit Duara | Open Magazine: 3/5
On the level of cinematic realism, the plot of ‘Zero’ is plainly batshit crazy. But the film has an enthralling visual display, has a few short and gripping star turns, and throws up some fascinating analogues ... Full Review

IANS | Outlook India: 3/5
Overall, while the film opens with an intriguing and engaging scene, the overall packaging despite being fantastical, lacks the punch ... Full Review

Poulomi Das | Arre: 1.5/5
SRK’s Bauua Singh is a carefully orchestrated and subtle attempt to insult the intellect of audiences – exactly what makes Anand L Rai’s Zero even more manipulative than Sanju. The film might be the worst reminder of SRK’s incompetence in completely inhabiting a character ... Full Review

Behind Woods: 2/5
Zero is an ambitious attempt that disappoints due to its absurdity ... Full Review

Aayushi Namdev | Maps of India: 3/5
You can watch the movie because Shah Rukh Khan has given his best performance so far but keep your expectations low as the movie is not a masterpiece as it was expected to be ... Full Review