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Times of India
First thing first: Wrong Route is a mindless concoction of bad script, jarring cinematography and horrid acting. With a conventional love story in hand, the film takes all the wrong routes to try and make it work and fails in every department.
The film opens with a concert in which Bonny (Rahul Mazumdar) performs with his band and a fire-head guitar. Girls go crazy for him but he remains unfazed. Why? Because he is mama's good boy who gets first class in his graduation and is a teetotaller. But mama (Tulika Basu) and papa (Kaushik Banerjee) aren't happy with him either, because their boy fails to come first in class and is reluctant to look after the family business. Moreover, he loves rock music and bike racing. His uncle (Kharaj) is his saviour (and in the course of the film, he salvages some scenes with his slapstick humour). Titli (Prity Biswas), Saloni (Mousumi Bhattacharya) and their other classmates are fans of Bonny. While Titli is the sweetest of the lot, her classmates are the stereotypical mean girls. Their friendship falls apart when Titli is chosen as the lead vocalist of Bonny's band. And the meaningless show goes on.
The film is inconsistent, sloppy and occasionally loud. There is some failed inspiration from Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar, Dil To Pagal Hai et al, but the screenplay is unconvincing. Evidently, no effort has been invested in grooming the lead actors. While they fail to anchor the movie, the character artistes (Kharaj Mukherjee, Kaushik Banerjee, Anjana Basu and others) too falter due to the poor script, despite their effort. Though not totally out of the place, the songs fail to impress. Even the Bollywood-influenced long pallus could not cover up the tacky lyrics.
All in all, there should absolutely be no reason to watch the film. Since it is January and the nip in the air can still be enjoyed for a few days, one can happily spend time outdoors — at some mela, amusement park or at least in zoo — if you must.