Lahore Confidential Review: Richa Chadha and Arunoday Singh’s Espionage Spy Thriller Is 'Average', Say Netizens

Rushabh Dhruv
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After impressing the masses with Shakeela and Madam Cheif Minister, Richa Chadha's much-awaited film, Lahore Confidential is now live on ZEE5. Going by the trailer of this one it looked packed with a lot of thrill, action and suspense, but Twitterverse is not that impressed by the movie. Helmed by Kunal Kohli, apart from Richa, the film sees Arunoday Singh, Karishma Tanna and Nikhat Khan playing pivotal roles. The spy thriller is 'nay' according to the netizens as they feel it lacks the punch. Lahore Confidential Movie Review: Richa Chadha and Arunoday Singh's Spy Thriller is Confused and Bland (LatestLY Exclusive).

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If you are the one who is planning on watching the film and are puzzled, to go for it or not? Well, fret not, as we hope this Twitter review of Lahore Confidential helps you. The film revolves around the story of Richa as Ananya, who is Indian spy and Arunoday Singh as ISI agent. Their love for Urdu literature brings them close and they fall in love with each other without knowing their real identities. Here, check out mixed reactions of the netizens below: Lahore Confidential Trailer: Richa Chadha and Arunoday Singh Mix Romance and Espionage in Kunal Kohli's Film (Watch video).

Really?

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Change Is The Only Thing Constant!

Are You Listening Kunal?

Average Is The Word!

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We at LatestLY have also reviewed the film and wrote, "Richa Chadha's dispassionate performance does no good to improve the character in any way. On the other hand, the charismatic Arunoday Singh and a feisty Karishma Tanna, playing Ananya's spunky RAW colleague, fare better. Lahore Confidential is another boring entry in Zaidi's spy thriller series. let down by its confusing treatment and predictable turns." Stay tuned!