Akshay Kumar in Baby
Akshay Kumar in 'Baby'Facebook

Neeraj Pandey has once again impressed critics with his upcoming film "Baby" starring Akshay Kumar, Rana Daggubati and Anupam Kher in lead roles.

Critics have praised the director and actors' performance. Neeraj has delivered another hit film with "Baby" after "A Wednesday" and "Special 26".

Even Bollywood celebrities have showered praises on the director and actors.

The film produced by Cape of Good Films and Crouching Tiger also features Danny Denzongpa, Taapsee Pannu, Mikaal Zulfiqar and Madhurima Tuli in important roles.

Check out celebs and critics reviews below:

Vivek Agnihotri: #Baby is @akshaykumar most controlled, matured and nuanced performance. Go for it.

Milap Zaveri: Have woken up with the hangover of #Baby Book your tickets for Tom right now to see the BEST indian thriller in years!

Taran Adarsh: Watched #Baby. O-U-T-S-T-A-N-D-I-N-G. Neeraj Pandey proves his prowess yet again. Brilliant cinema!

Srijana Mitra Das of The Times of India said: "Balancing characters, conspiracies and cities, director Neeraj Pandey admirably keeps Baby rich, yet tight, researched, non-sentimental and steely-eyed. Neeraj's craft has grown - he's taken trademark touches from films like Special 26 and A Wednesday, setting them here on a grand scale, with a breath-taking climax."

Bollywood Hungama in its review said: "On the whole, BABY is one of the finest films ever made in the history of Indian cinema. Not only because of its excellent cinematic credentials but also because of the balanced 'Thought' behind the film. Neeraj Pandey once again proves that he's a genius. This time he proves, it's possible to better Perfection. We say, hey baby, don't think, just go for BABY. Cinema at its very best!"

Shubha Shetty-Saha of Mid-Day said: "Two minor complaints. Wish they had gone easy on the background score. Also, a glaring loophole involving a laptop belonging to a terrorist. Please watch this movie."

Mihir Fadnavis of Firstpost said: "Pandey is a smart, commercial filmmaker though, because Baby basically exists for the singular purpose of filling three hours of your life with slickly-crafted and frequently outlandish thrills."

Rohit Vats of Hindustan Times said: "The climax is strikingly similar to Argo, but with a little lesser planning and tension. Baby is not overtly dramatic and that saves the day towards the ending. The tempo is just perfect and the pace suits the situation."