The movie is released in the theaters and here is the review of the Entertainment Movie.
Rating:4/5 Review By:Gayatri Sankar Site:Zee News
Akshay Kumar is back to enthral the audiences with a simple yet “entertaining” film – ‘Entertainment’. And make no mistake; the film is very much unlike the slew of comedy films we have had in the recent past. ‘Entertainment’, for a change, comes across as a clean film with a message that each of us will most definitely appreciate. Nonetheless, they do succeed in sending out a message strong and loud enough- to treat animals with respect and love. If you like watching clean films and wish to take your family along for a movie, then ‘Entertainment’ best suits your requirement.
Rating:/5 Review By:Deepanjana Pal Site:Firstpost
Fat jokes, dogs attacking crotches, mistaken identity, puns — all you get in Entertainment are overused tropes and terrible clichés. It says a lot about how starved for real entertainment this country is when Entertainment, with its stale jokes and stupidity, gets a laugh.
Rating:1/5 Review By:Rohit Khilnani Site:India Today
Akshay Kumar is impressive as always. He is in good shape and he plays his part with sincerity. Tamannaah does her fair bit in the scenes that she has. The funniest is the comedy king Johnny Lever who never ever fails to make you laugh. Rest of the cast is wasted in inconsequential roles. Don’t go by the title, it’s sure called Entertainment but only if that was enough!
Rating:1.5/5 Review By:Suhani Singh Site:India Today
Entertainment does have some well-meaning attempts to give a better status to dogs than Bollywood has bequeathed them. Entertainment may assure viewers early on that no animals were harmed during the making of the film. But after 2 hours and 20 minutes one can say with certainty that an animal looked thoroughly bored during it.
Rating:3.5/5 Review By:Taran Adarsh Site:Bollywood Hungama
Akshay returns to the comfort zone [comedies] and expectedly, is charismatic, charming and vibrant. His faultless comic timing coupled with the enthusiasm with which he goes through his part is worthy of immense praise. Tamannaah is endearing and though she’s paired with Akshay for the first time, they compliment each other wonderfully well. On the whole, ENTERTAINMENT is a joy ride that lives up to its title. Go, laugh out loud and get entertained!
Rating:1/5 Review By:Mohar Basu Site:Koimoi
Entertainment is a painful exercise to sit through and when a cute retriever with all the fuzziness cannot retrieve you from boredom, blame it on the film. Akshay Kumar was almost as bad as his Once Upon Aye Time In Mumbaai Dobaara performance. As for the rest of the Entertainment team, filmmaking isn’t as trivial as they think it is. Slog for it in their next film and probably then there will be some stars for them.
Rating:3/5 Review By:Meena Iyer, Site:Timesofindia
Entertainment tells you the story of how one Daddy’s Najayaz Aulad (illegitimate child), abbreviated in the film as DNA, stumbles upon the fact that he is actually a poor Mumbai boy born a to a billionaire from Bangkok. His father, Pannalal Johri (Dalip Tahil in a garlanded photo-frame on the wall), has bequeathed his wealth to his pet dog Entertainment (Junior), because he could not in his life-time locate his real son, Akhil Lokhande (Akshay Kumar).