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Turbo Review Roundup

Mammootty | Turbo Movie Review

Welcome to our Turbo review page! We’ve compiled a selection of one-liner reviews from a variety of sources to give you a sense of what critics and audiences are saying about Turbo. Whether you’re curious about the acting, the storyline, or the Turbo effects, these brief but insightful reviews offer a snapshot of the overall reception and buzz surrounding Turbo. Read on to see what the publishers are saying about the Turbo movie.

A double-engine Mammootty and nefarious Raj B Shetty shoulder wafer-thin actioner
– The Indian Express

Forgive the colloquialism, but Mammukka oru rakshailla. Having said that, equal credit to writer Midhun Manuel Thomas and director Vysakh for keeping Turbo charged nonstop, with a compelling, well-made mass entertainer.
– Times Of India

Filmmaker Vysakh’s Turbo will be remembered for recycling all the old tropes that have been part of its genre since time immemorial and for its reluctance to try anything new.
– The Hindu

The action entertainer holds much promise through its leading man’s charisma but the meandering writing fails to impress.
– Film Companion

Mammootty’s banter, Raj Shetty’s villainy drive this imbalanced narrative.
– ONmanorama

Malayalam star makes a rare error of judgement with this massy but unexciting action film.
– Hindustan Times

Weak but mildly entertaining action drama
– Deccan Herald

Mammootty and Raj B Shetty deliver a knockout in this self-aware commercial action flick
– Pink Villa

This film is a must-watch for action movie buffs seeking heart-pounding fights and jaw-dropping visuals! With Mammootty’s electrifying performance, it’s a rollercoaster of excitement from start to finish.
– KOIMOI

Mammootty punches hard in this vapid actioner. The lack of strong character arcs and fresh ideas in storytelling derails a potential fun ride.
– Cinema Express

Vysakh’s ultra-generic ‘Turbo’ is basically Mammootty saying he needs to chill after ‘Bramayugam’.
– Galatta

Like most of the action-thrillers these days, Turbo too ends with a hint of a sequel featuring another superstar from another industry. But does it really warrant one?
– OTTplay

Mammootty nails the five action moments in Vysakh’s directing, and it does climb above that despite mediocre writing.
– India Herald

Mammootty cakewalks through ‘Turbo’ with finesse. The film marks a perfect comeback for the superstar to commercial cinema.
– South First

Turbo’ is a formulaic action flick that travels through predictable terrain without disrupting the usual structure.
– Now Running

Turbo’ is a small step up from the run-of-the-mill, misogynistic star vehicles that our superstars have formerly been guilty of, but it would still rank rather low in Mammootty Kampany’s (so far) illustrious filmography.
– The News Minute

Written by Nithi Anand

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