Directed by Subhash Kapoor, "Guddu Rangeela" features Arshad Warsi, Aditi Rao Hydari, Amit Sadh and Ronit Roy in key roles.
"Guddu Rangeela" tells the story of cousins, played by Arshad and Amit, who want to make fast money, and for that they kidnap baby (played by Aditi). But it is only after Billu Pahalwan's (Ronit Roy) entry, the film sees some twists.
The film has received mixed reviews from critics, who mostly appreciated Arshad and Ronit's performances. Storyline and direction have failed to impress.
Check out what critics have said about "Guddu Rangeela":
Rohit Vats of Hindustan Times said: "In a nutshell, Guddu Rangeela refuses to rise above the average level. And, before I finish, here's a quote by Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (121 AD – 180 AD): To refrain from imitation is the best revenge."
Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV said: "A lighthearted film about a deadly serious subject could have easily gone horribly wrong. Guddu Rangeela doesn't. It is lively, droll and occasionally thought-provoking."
Sreeju Sudhakaran of BollywoodLife.com said: "No two words about it, Guddu Rangeela is a big disappointment, especially since it involves the talents of Subhash Kapoor and Arshad Warsi. Better give it a miss and save your weekend for more fulfilling activities."
Nandini Ramnath of Scroll.in said: "As Rangeela belts out a delightfully contemporary religious song that makes references to email and Facebook, the movie promises to be an unoriginal but nevertheless entertaining rustic adventure featuring two ne'er-do-wells who carry trouble in their pockets."
Meena Iyer of The Times of India said: "The film works, albeit on some level, because of its gritty writing. What could have genuinely raised the bar though, is a slicker pace, additional gloss and superstar charisma."
Ananya Bhattacharya of India Today said: "In all, Guddu Rangeela works in parts. Disjointed fragments of the film stand out instead of the whole story."