7 Hours to Go Hindi Film Critics Review Star Rating & First Day Collection Report

7 Hours to Go Hindi Film Critics Review Star Rating & First Day Collection Report :- Bollywood fast paced action thriller ‘7 Hours to Go’ has been finally released in theatres today worldwide featuring Shiv Pandit and Sandeepa Dhar in main leads alongside Natasa Stankovic and Varun Badola the Saurabh Verma directorial revolves around a hostage crisis and what happens within 7 hours after that incident. Looking at the way this movie has been promoted on various platforms including SAB TV new comedy show Dr. Bhanumati on Duty hopes from this venture are really high.


7 Hours to Go Story Details

Arjun (Shiv Pandit) comes to Mumbai to visit his fiancé Maya (Natasa Stankovic). He reaches the City court to meet her and is taken aback when he is not able to find her anywhere.

He begins to search for Maya and in an unexpected turn, witnesses an unlikely murder. Frantic and exasperated, he is left with no choice but take passersby as hostages before he is framed as the killer.

The cops try to tackle the situation and within no time realize that Arjun is no ordinary hostage-taker and it seems next to impossible to apprehend him.

Now, with nothing to lose, Arjun lays down his terms. He gives 7 hours to police to find out the killer. How ACP Nandini Shukla (Sandeepa Dhar) and Ramesh Dhadke (Varun Badola) will end this?

The clock ticks and the investigation begins…

Final Verdict :

If you want to take the feel of an Hollywood like on the edge Bollywood action movie that was being made on a minisicule budget than 7 Hours to Go is the movie to watch as both the lead actors Sandeepa and Shiv have done a fabulous job. Popular telly actor Varun Badoola who is essaying the character of a Cop has impressed us a lot with his spectacular dialogue delivery

7 Hours to Go Star Rating – 3.5/5*

7 Hours to Go 1st Day Collection – Rs 4.50 crore (approx)

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