Reviewed Dec 15, 2011
Sreeyesh Vijayan’s review:
A rich young NRI who returns to India to start up a new company, a small time publisher of bootlegged books and his ne'er-do-well pals who are on the lookout for easy money, and an aspiring cricketer trying to make it big. 'Shor in the City' is a good offbeat movie which explores their tales and travails in the city of Mumbai. It has good moments of light wit and brashly dark humour in between serious and deadly violent circumstances.
Probably for the first time in his career as an actor, Tusshar Kapoor seemed to have genuinely put in some efforts for the role and he made the character believable and worthy of empathy (don't go by the poster; he's not really a gangster in the movie). But Pitobash's Mandook stole the show hands down.