Hunterrr starts with some promise, which dilutes down to zero in no time. Since it’s an adult comedy there are enough scenes and dialogues, which will keep reminding you that you are following the life and times of a sex addict.
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Mandar Ponkshe (Gulshan Devaiah) is someone who can only and only think of sex and he hits on almost every girl who crosses his path, be it his married neighbour or even the lady who he is supposed to pick up from the airport, he leaves no stone unturned to satisfy his sexual needs.
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And what’s unbelievable is that there are many women out there who fall for this idiot! Clearly there is not much on offer apart from numerous silly jokes but that’s not the only problem. The most annoying are the series of unnecessary flashbacks.
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You are taken back and forth through the decade at irregular intervals and after a few times you are completely lost!
I thought Kunal Kohli had over done it in Hum Tum but Hunterrr sets a new record in time travel. What does leave an impression is the casting and some good performances by almost all the actors who you see in the movie specially Gulshan Davaiah and Radhika Apte.
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The film is packaged well with decent music that goes with the plot.
Songs by Bappi Lahiri and even Altaf Raja work well. If packaging could save a bad product then Hunterrr would be watchable.
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The concept seems interesting but when it’s not backed by a good story it looks like the makers just are resorting to witless humor to get some eyeballs. Hunterrr seems nothing but another forced adult comedy!