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The Family Man Reviews
Ratings: 6.98/10

Score: 87%
Reviews Counted: 30
Up: 26 | Down: 4

Hindi The Family Man Reviews and Ratings from Top Critics.
Star-Cast: Manoj Bajpayee, Priyamani, Sharib Hashmi, Neeraj Madhav, Pawan Chopra
Created by: Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K.
Writer: Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K., Suman Kumar, Sumit Arora
Genre: Action, Drama
Release Date: 20 September, 2019

Rohan Naahar | Hindustan Times: 3.5/5
Funny, slick, and surprisingly relevant, Amazon Prime delivers its best original series since Made in Heaven. Manoj Bajpayee is, as always, in excellent form ... Full Review

Ektaa Malik | The Indian Express: 3/5
The performances by Manoj Bajpayee and Sharib Hashmi are stellar as are the dialogues ... Full Review

Kaushani Banerjee | The New Indian Express: 3.5/5
A realistic account of a secret agent’s life. Despite the pace and the predictability of things, the show neither tries to be preachy about tolerance or peace nor portrays a black and white picture of patriots and terrorists ... Full Review

Pramit Chatterjee | Mashable: 4/5
The Family Man is a beautiful depiction of the duality that we see in our lives every single day. It doesn't hold back on showing the things we appreciate and the things that we should appreciate ... Full Review

Akhil Arora | NDTV: 2/5
All that comes together to make a show that's less than the sum of its parts. On one hand, The Family Man shows itself to be very socially and politically aware but its inelegant handling of exposition, and inability to be tonally cohesive lets it down ... Full Review

Gautam Batra | Koimoi: 4.5/5
This Amazon Prime Original Starring Manoj Bajpayee Will Not Let You Move Until It Ends. The Family Man is one of the best action thrillers to be made in India which is totally worth binge watch ... Full Review

Karan Sanjay Shah | Rediff: 4/5
Starts slow, almost at a snail’s pace, and picks up suddenly. Perhaps the pace could have been quicker at the start. Some sequences seem unnecessarily stretched. Still, The Family Man is a gem of a socio-political, action thriller about an Indian spy ... Full Review

Swetha Ramakrishnan | FirstPost: 3/5
An uneven, lengthy series held together by Manoj Bajpayee and earnest intent. And yet, despite so much going for it, I struggled to sit through The Family Man. It oscillates between being attention-grabbing and lifeless ... Full Review

Ananya Bhattacharya | India Today: 2/5
The series is based on a 'dhamaka' that is expected to be 'bigger than even 26/11'. When the series actually reaches that 'dhamaka', it turns out to be that leftover box of anaar you stored away last Diwali for use this year. It can no longer catch a spark now ... Full Review

Mohar Basu | Mid-Day: 4/5
Sharp Writing Makes It A Delightful Watch ... Full Review

Rahul Desai | Film Companion: 3/5
It’s this penchant to slip in serious discourse during the most casual moments that makes The Family Man a persuasive reflection of everyday life despite being a spy series ... Full Review

Anuj Radia | Filmy Shilmy: 3/5
The Family Man is Raj and DK’s decent endeavour to explore the espionage thriller genre. Whilst the series might be far from a masterpiece, Manoj Bajpayee is the true comrade who accomplishes his mission as an actor. Give it a watch for his sheer brilliance ... Full Review

Srivathsan Nadadhur | Binged: 3.25/5
A Layered Crime Drama Sans Surprise Value ... Full Review

Amrita Tanna | Biz Asia Live: 4/5
Credit for this luring feeling goes to the directors who make it impossible for a viewer to switch away from the storyline. The drama, thrill and comedy comes together with such ease that you can’t seem to falter at any point and say that you are not engaged ... Full Review

Jagran: 3.5/5
कुल मिलाकर कहें तो 'द फैमिली मैन' एक हंसाती-गुदगुदाती संजीदा मैसेज देने वाली वेब सीरीज़ है, जिसमें कॉमेडी, थ्रिल और सस्पेंस का बेहतरीन कॉम्बिनेशन हैं। ... Full Review

Jai Arjun Singh | Reader's Digest: 3.5/5
Nuanced and cheeky at the same time, The Family Man undercuts our usual expectations of a spy thriller, with a focus on the banality of the work undercover agents do ... Full Review

Manjusha Radhakrishnan | Gulf News: 4/5
But the beauty of ‘The Family Man’ is that you don’t put them in boxes. They are not black and white characters, there are strong greys in each one of the characters. Their problematic way of functioning, you take it a bit lightly. The genius of ‘The Family Man’ lies in weaving those greys naturally into its script ... Full Review

Shivaji Handa | Maps of India: 4/5
The show is a must watch, it will keep you on the edge of your seats with constant funny punches and heavy one liner. Do not miss this one ... Full Review

Rashmi Paharia | IWM Buzz: 3.5/5
Raj and DK have made a series that is enthralling and engaging, and worthy of being called a true-blue spy film. It is a must watch, and a show you can watch again and again ... Full Review

Neel Gudka | Book My Show: 4/5
What works for The Family Man is that despite its serious theme, the show is enlivened with much humour. The intriguing yet uncomplicated story moves at a brisk clip and at no point does your head feel muddled with too much information ... Full Review

IANS | Sify: 3.5/5
An Unputdownable series. Luckily for us "A Family Man" has a wealth of well-written, deftly shot episodes that manage to merge the themes of working-class conflicts and terrorism seamlessly ... Full Review

Joginder Tuteja | Planet Bollywood: 4.5/5
Raj, DK and Manoj Bajpayee’s The Family Man is India’s own Fauda, is excellent ... Full Review

Tanul Thakur | The Wire: 4/5
Compelling Story, Tight Filmmaking Make for a Memorable Watch. Masterful tonal variations and nuanced storytelling make sure the plot is tense and unpredictable ... Full Review

Suresh Mathew | The Quint: 3.5/5
What keeps The Family Man ticking are the delightful characters, the exhilarated writing and the wacky moments that are created by a fusion of these elements ... Full Review

R.M. Vijayakar | India West: 3.5/5
Funny But Could Be More Paced-Up ... Full Review

Manik Sharma | Arre: 4/5
The Family Man is slick, fast, and in the hands of the peerless Manoj Bajpayee a delightful watch. His Srikant Tiwari is a hero, but can’t claim to be one – in some ways, a loser and tired evidently of being labelled so ... Full Review

Sonal Gera | India TV: 3/5
The Family Man delivers at most of its targets, and engages the viewer till the very end ... Full Review

Sameer Salunkhe | CineBlitz: 4.5/5
The Family Man is a cinematic romance. Everything just falls into the right places and it’s the moments that make it an enjoyable journey of ten episodes ... Full Review

Hemanth Kumar C R | The News Minute: 3/5
The Family Man is not without its share of issues and it struggles to find a middle ground, but once it finds its rhythm, there’s no looking back ... Full Review

Nandini Ramnath | Scroll: 2/5
Like most Indian web shows, The Family Man is three episodes too long. The long-form treatment works against the handling of the terrorist plot, which takes forever to be resolved and then comes together in a rush ... Full Review