Read the Gone Kesh Movie Reviews Starring Shweta Tripathi, Jitendra Kumar, Vipin Sharma, Deepika Amin, Brijendra Kala.
Gone Kesh Reviews
Ratings: 6/10

Reviews Counted: 18
Score: 72%
Up: 13 | Down: 5

Bollywood Hindi Movie Gone Kesh Reviews and Ratings from Top Film Critics.
Director: Qasim Khallow
Producer: Dhiraj Ghosh
Writer: Qasim Khallow
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Release Date: 29 March 2019

IANS | Hindustan Times: 3/5
Despite its shortcomings, Gone Kesh, is a brave attempt at a motivational subject ... Full Review

Renuka Vyavahare | Times of India: 3.5/5
Despite the film’s languid pace, this one’s a winner — hair or no hair. It also reminds you that good people end up with good people, always ... Full Review

Shilajit Mitra | The New Indian Express: 3/5
Gone Kesh goes slack with the drama at crucial junctures, which makes the second half predictable. Still, this film is enough of a joy ... Full Review

Saibal Chatterjee | NDTV: 3/5
Shweta Tripathi Struggles With Alopecia In Terrific Performance. Gone Kesh Movie Review: The title may be a put-off - the pun on gone case is a bit of a stretch. The film isn't ... Full Review

Namrata Joshi | The Hindu: 2.5/5
‘Gone Kesh’ is a fresh film that tackles alopecia but feels too long at feature-length ... Full Review

Sukanya Verma | Rediff: 3.5/5
Gone Kesh is a good-natured coming-of-age tale ... Full Review

Kusumita Das | FirstPost: 3/5
An important take on hair-normative culture that relies too much on assumptions ... Full Review

Nandini Ramnath | Scroll: 2.5/5
An uneven saga about hair loss and rediscovered confidence ... Full Review

Devesh Sharma | Filmfare: 3.5/5
Gone Kesh is an old fashioned film about real world issues that will make you smile as well as ponder at the same time ... Full Review

Rahul Desai | Film Companion: 3/5
Manipulation Done Right In This Sweet Take On The Social Stigma Syndrome. A disarmingly simple and well-acted story that resists the temptation of looking good in order to feel good ... Full Review

Anupama Chopra | Film Companion: 2.5/5
Warm And Humorous But May Have Been Better As A Short Film. Despite the right intentions and strong performances, the sweetness of the story barely lingers ... Full Review

Mayur Lookhar | Cinestaan: 3.5/5
Gone Kesh is fairly predictable, but relevant nonetheless. It questions the effectiveness and credibility of the various hair clinics that charge obscene amounts for zero results ... Full Review

Economic Times: 3.5/5
The film is about conquering one’s fears, and leave behind the standards of beauty. The film unfolds at a comfortable pace, keeping the viewers hooked ... Full Review

Shubham Kulkarni | Cine Blitz: 3/5
Shweta Tripathi’s performance will win your hearts, film is predictable yet interesting to watch ... Full Review

Vishal Verma | Glamsham: 3/5
GONE KESH happily says that nobody is a gone case; we all have something in us that makes us unique ... Full Review

Manisha Lakhe | Now Running: 3/5
A sweet little film that makes several inroads into your heart. Touching, funny and everyone acts brilliantly. ... Full Review

Johnson Thomas | Free Press Journal: 2.5/5
Shweta Tripathi is effortless but this half-baked attempt at a cause celebre doesn’t do her talent, justice! ... Full Review

Poulomi Das | Arre: 2.5/5
Female baldness, unlike male baldness, doesn’t invite sympathy – it’s a marker of inadequacy. It’s this narrative that debutante director Qassim Kallow attempts to dissect in Gone Kesh with the story of a small-town girl suffering from alopecia. But the movie does not do justice to a bold subject ... Full Review