Early reviews suggest that Akshay Kumar and Amy Jackson starrer "Singh Is Bliing" (SIB) is a laugh riot. However, critics have said in their reviews that like most of the other masala entertainers, "Singh Is Bliing" is also senseless.

"Singh Is Bliing" is directed by Prabhudeva and features ensemble cast, including Akshay, Amy, Kay Kay Menon, Lara Datta, Pradeep Rawat, Anil Mange, Rati Agnihotri, Yograj Singh and Kunal Kapoor among others.

Read what critics have said about the film:

Subramanian Harikumar of Bollywood Hungama said: "There is ample action and humour in the first half, Prabhudeva style. The film picks pace when the story reaches Goa. For those who enjoy PD's school of humour and action there is ample masala in SIB to savour. Akshay is totally at ease in his role as the quirky Sardar while Lara makes an endearing comeback in a role that showcases her comic timing."

Lokesh Dharmani of Masala.com said: "I would rather poke myself in the eye with a blunt knife (REPEATEDLY) than watch any Prabhu Deva film ever again. Trust me that will be a breeze in front of this nonsense that spools out mercilessly for three hours."

Just Bollywood in its review said: "Singh Is Bling is essentially a comedy film, which is backed by action and drama. The Khiladi was able to portray himself the best over the silver screen, which helps in establishing him a versatile actor."

Surabhi Redkar of Koimoi.com said: "If the Prabhudheva style humor interests your taste buds, you could enjoy Singh Is Bliing. As for me, the first half has its share of laughs but the second one surely makes you wonder where the film is going and I really don't like to see a waste of Akshay's talent in such a film."

Rohit Vats of Hindustan Times said: "I felt bad for the guy who asked me at the end of the film, "Why does Akshay Kumar wear folded trouser in one leg?" Poor guy. As if there's logic to other things in the film."

Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV said: " What is irretrievably amiss with the film is that nothing it says manages to drift anywhere near some degree of coherence."

Watch Kamaal R Khan's review below: