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Times of India
The plot, dialogues and screenplay had so much lag that you could step out of the theatre for a snack and not much would've happened.
First things first, if you are one of those people who wanted to watch the movie just to drool at Rashmi Gautam then you are going to be disappointed. She barely has half an hour of screen time, and possibly a page's worth of dialogues. Having said that, the dialogues in the movie on the whole seemed like they were just improvised (quite poorly) on the spot.
This movie could be a case study on how a suspense thriller must not be made. The plot, dialogues and screenplay had so much lag that you could step out of the theatre for a snack and not much would've happened. Each scene makes you want to scream 'Get to the point!' And the point that they finally do get to in the climax is sickeningly underwhelming after all that build up.
Rashmi did justice her the little yet significant role to her full potential. Charandeep who claims the highest screen-time in the movie, delivered. A special mention has to be made about the cinematography in this movie. If that shaky camera work was meant to bring about the feel of an RGV movie, then it failed worse than RGV himself. The out-of-focus photography and tripod-less cinematography invoke a headache; not to mention the distasteful close-ups of Rashmi's body in the bad remix of the song Ee Velalo.
The only justification we could come up with for the title 'Antham' (The End) is that the audience keep waiting for it. Bottom line: skip this one.