Read the Guilty Movie Reviews Starring Kiara Advani, Janya Joshi, Manu Rishi Chadha, Dalip Tahil.
Guilty Reviews
Ratings: 5.73/10

Reviews Counted: 23
Score: 56%
Up: 13 | Down: 10

Bollywood Hindi Netflix Movie Guilty Reviews and Ratings from Top Film Critics.
Director: Ruchi Narain
Producer: Karan Johar, Aneesha Baig
Writer: Atika Chohan, Kanika Dhillon, Ruchi Narain
Genre: Drama
Release Date: 6 March 2020

Rohan Naahar | Hindustan Times: 3.5/5
Finally allowed to speak, Kiara Advani delivers a revelatory performance. Netflix India and Karan Johar atone for past sins and slay Bollywood hypocrisy ... Full Review

John Serba | Decider: 3/5
STREAM IT — with reservations. The movie makes an assured, progressive, feminist assertion that speaking up is a brave, righteous thing to do. But the screenplay really could have used another re-write or two ... Full Review

Ektaa Malik | The Indian Express: 2/5
A lost opportunity. With the film’s director, writers and dialogue writer all being women, Guilty could have been that film that talked to us. Instead, it is a lost opportunity. One extra star, just for the subject matter. Go watch Pink again ... Full Review

IANS | News18: 2.5/5
'Guilty' boasts of some fine performances by the cast -- Kiara Advani, particularly, deserves mention. But the actors are weighed down by mediocre storytelling and the film is a wasted attempt ... Full Review

Binged: 3/5
A Powerful, Compelling Take on Sexual Assault ... Full Review

Akhil Arora | NDTV: 2.5/5
Netflix’s Timely #MeToo Movie Is Let Down by a Terrible End. Kiara Advani delivers alongside Ruchi Narain’s largely solid direction ... Full Review

Swetha Ramakrishnan | FirstPost: 3/5
Netflix and Dharmatic present a flawed but important take on the #MeToo movement ... Full Review

Daniel Hart | Ready Steady Cut: 3.5/5
Netflix film Guilty is nowhere near a perfect film, but it’s an important case study and defines the reasons why the #MeToo movement happened across the globe ... Full Review

Santhanalakshmi Ponnurasan | Just for Movie Freaks: 2.75/5
I was a bit disappointed with how the movie ended because the story did seem to have potential, and is primarily not well-written like the movie Pink starring Taapsee Pannu ... Full Review

Pakaoo: 4/5
The film does seem to slow down at more than a few instances, except, it’s still worth a watch, as everything seems to have been very efficiently connected to make sense in the end ... Full Review

Rahul Desai | Film Companion: 1/5
An Uneven Film That Lacks The Sophistication Of Its Ideology. The film feels like a dry, stage manifestation of a Twitter thread ... Full Review

Cherry Cross: 3.75/5
It’s a well made film, though not flawless. The story dragged a little bit here and there, and sometimes plot lost the premise, but for the sake of the story, I am willing to overlook any and all imperfections ... Full Review

Sonal Pandya | Cinestaan: 2.5/5
The film is one step into the conversation the movement inspired, but it doesn’t have the force to make a stamp ... Full Review

Nandakumar Rammohan | The Quint: 2/5
A Promising Premise But the Ride Isn’t As Good ... Full Review

Ranpreet Kaur | PinkVilla: 3/5
#MeToo movement, fight to find the truth, powerful performance and a sensitive storyline, this movie comes a with a soul-stirring message ... Full Review

Tanmayi Savadi | Peeping Moon: 3.5/5
But Akansha is the heart of Guilty. From seeming to be a cheap attention-seeker to bringing out the pain and struggle of a rape victim, she does it like an experienced actress ... Full Review

Sneha Sharma | YoTainment: 3.5/5
The Netflix Original will leave you intrigued and exhibit an outstanding performance by the cast ... Full Review

The Envoy Web: 3.5/5
It’s a film the viewers need and deserve. In a society where the mindset needs to change desperately, Guilty is something that needs to be seen by absolutely everybody, and perhaps more importantly, learn from it ... Full Review

Surabhi Redkar | Latestly: 2.5/5
Guilty tries to be a Pink for a more recent time but fails to match the intelligence of it. The film seems to be a missed opportunity about the MeToo movement and its effects ... Full Review

Poulomi Das | Arre: 2/5
The Netflix Movie Wants To Make a #MeToo Statement But Doesn’t Know How To ... Full Review

India Forums: 3.5/5
Watch it for Kiara who has done justice to her strong and bold character with her through provoking speech in the end. The end of the film will certainly raise the question of where does women empowerment stand in our country ... Full Review

Saraswati Datar | The News Minute: 2/5
A poor attempt to reckon with #MeToo on college campuses. If I have to sum it up in a sentence, Guilty is what would happen if Anurag Kashyap directed Student of the Year ... Full Review

Subhash K Jha | IWM Buzz: 3.5/5
Kiara Advani is just about successful in shouldering the responsibility. But the role needed an actor of Shabana Azmi’s stature. 20 years ago Shabana would have ripped the screen apart ... Full Review