The comedic entertainer Cirkus, starring Ranveer Singh, Pooja Hegde, and Jacqueline Fernandez, was just released to mixed to negative reviews from online audiences. Bollywood’s final significant release in 2022 is the film directed by Rohit Shetty. It was anticipated that Cirkus would make the entire house chuckle. But it appears that viewers on social media are not pleased with the movie.
As soon as Cirkus’ first performance was over, devoted social media fans began posting their thoughts on the movie. Folks, if you are reading this, don’t be deceived by this tweet, #Cirkus is the worst of the worst movies ever, the user stated. One more person wrote, “First #CirkusReview Only two scenes of humor make up the majority of the film, although the 1980s photography was vibrant and full of enjoyable moments in Kirkus, while the rest of the script is below average.”
One of the users wrote, “#Cirkus – BIGGEST LETDOWN OF 2022! December releases aren’t working for #RanveerSingh.Gives more screen count to #Drishyam2 & #AvatarTheWayOfWater. The trailer of #Cirkus was very flop, the movie is overall Unfunny.” A netizen reviewed it saying, “#Cirkus Interval Jaisi Sochi thi abtak waisi hi Chal Rahi hai…Cringe dialogues, Overhyped acting, very bright and oversaturated backgrounds jo pure movie theme ko nakli sa feel kara rahe hai….And abhitak hasi bhi nahi aayi hai….Why ROHIT why?
Shakespeare’s epic Comedy of Errors served as the inspiration for Cirkus. It is also a remake of Deven Verma’s vintage comedy Angoor, Sanjeev Kumar. Based on the first-day reaction, it appears that the movie didn’t manage to make the audience laugh out loud.
Ranveer Singh’s second Christmas movie, Cirkus, will be released. He brought Kabir Khan’s sports drama ’83 last year and served as captain of the on-screen Team XI of 1983. The movie received excellent reviews, yet it did poorly at the box office.
The goal of Cirkus was to launch Rohit Shetty’s ComedyVerse. Cirkus’ inclusion in the Golmaal franchise was anticipated. But given how people are reacting, Rohit Shetty’s ComedyVerse appears to have a grim future.