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12 Oct, 2012  |   Comedy | Romance
Aiyyaa movie story is about a Marathi girl played by Rani Mukerji falling in love with a Tamil artist played by Prithviraj
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Sachin Kundalkar
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Amit Trivedi
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  Total Positive  Tweets : 233     /     Total Negative Tweets : 145

@Lovegirl_27  said 625 days ago
@RaniMukharji when ur movie will release in dubai..aiyyaa

@Mourudra  said 625 days ago
Aiyyaa is exceptionally bad movie. Was the director stoned when he made the movie? #justasking

@Onedotin  said 625 days ago
Rani Mukherji's Aiyyaa must have been a flop, it is already premiering on TV tomorrow!

@Mourudra  said 626 days ago
Now watching #Aiyyaa ... Why did Rani Mukherjee sign this movie?

@ManVsHandle  said 626 days ago
Saw Aiyyaa. Loved the film. What an insane, giddy, odd, mad, weird film! Can totally see why it flopped. These films can't be mainstream.

@ChandniT  said 627 days ago
I can never forget Aiyyaa. RT @ZoomTV: Ayushmann Khurrana: People don't forget bad films #zoOmTV

@SyifaSheikh  said 628 days ago
Aiyyaa on sunday. Must watch must watch.

@Filmy_Rahul  said 629 days ago
But honestly, i will watch Aiyyaa on TV.. Only for those Wakda moments & some catchy tunes.

@CuteVib  said 629 days ago
@saahil_taurean go watch #aiyyaa !! I loved it!

@sonisinghp  said 629 days ago
"Aiyyaa" what was the movie all about?? What's wrong with Rani, it's time for her to retire gracefully..uffff

@SreeaDatta  said 629 days ago
@lionheart_ps hey prithviraj..u look awesome in the movie aiyyaa.....m a die hard fan of urs....

@Shabbir365  said 630 days ago
Aga Bai song in Aiyyaa was very different from the promos, the film version had unwanted scenes imposed in the middle of the song, annoying!

@BBera84  said 631 days ago
I feel relieved as i stop watching aiyyaa.. Sala jhat jole gelo.

@indigochuckle  said 631 days ago
Watching aiyyaa #movie

@yoitsmaham  said 631 days ago
@MisturMalik oh, it's from the movie 'Aiyyaa.'

@velvetyvirgo  said 631 days ago
@zeninmaking haha. If u wanna really kill urself, pls to watch aiyyaa. Guaranteed suicide trigger. I barely survived it.

@soosoo_m70  said 632 days ago
Film aiyyaa of the most beautiful films of comedy and Rani and Prithviraj very wonderful with each other

@Mss_Nena  said 633 days ago
Watching an Indian movie "Aiyyaa"...... not subtitled but I'm loving it #wipestears

@Mss_Nena  said 633 days ago
Watching an India movie "Aiyyaa".... Not subtitled but I'm loving it..... # wipestears

@TussharSasi  said 633 days ago
@Star_Khadija BIG DEAL!!! I am not a blind FAN. Aiyyaa sucked to the core. I hate her for doing that film.

@aanandi_j  said 633 days ago
@lionheart_ps watched aiyyaa... i am in love with u

@TussharSasi  said 633 days ago
@KeH_kE_LuNgA I hate Aiyyaa!!! I won't watch a single film of Rani until November 30.

@Star_Khadija  said 633 days ago
@TussharSasi No.1 - Rani said Aiyyaa was a risky film. "Better try and fail than fail to try. No.2 - Success and failure is part of every

@ghaywan  said 635 days ago
@DrDang @CilemaSnob @varungrover @jahanbakshi Better than promoting and saying goodies about a film you despised right? For me #Aiyyaa.

@FilmiBoy  said 636 days ago
Wonder why this @AtTiTuDeKnIgHt likes #Aiyyaa movie so much... :/

@aaliznat  said 637 days ago
If for nothing else watch Aiyyaa for the sheer sexiness of the petrol pump sequence. I am going to repeat it when most of you are up too!

@aaliznat  said 637 days ago
@RadhikaMohandas watch aiyyaa. For that one petrol pump scene. Bas!!

@chelsea_hunk  said 637 days ago
'Aiyyaa' wakda film.

@cinemausher  said 638 days ago
i curse myself for not listening to Aiyyaa's ost earlier,have to watch the movie somehow

@kuldeep_maini  said 638 days ago
Aiyyaa......Bakwas movie

Don't even dare to go to theatre to watch it.....Most stupid movie ever!!!!more

some parts were dumb.. but overall an entertaining watchmore

I use the word 'Aiyyaa' 100 times a day so I had to watch this movie... it is weird and crazy. I am giving it 3 stars for its out of the box treatment.more

So finally I saw the Hyped up movie of 2012..... Aiyyaa did in 2012 exactly what Ra. One did in 2011. If you loved the trailers and Enjoyed the songs and mast lavni, belly and shakepum dances........ consider urself lucky and stay there./..... Dare not attempt to see any further, for the trailer was made first and <span id="remainingText848434639_771316440" style="display:none;"> then they must have asked the director...more

The movie is a very classy love story between Meenakshi and Surya. Meenakshi is played by Rani Mukherjee and Prithviraj Sukumaran is Surya in the film. Majority of the film is shot at the J.J School of Arts in Mumbai - There are a lot of very funny scenes in the movie that simply crack you up. The movie has some <span id="remainingText909227295_771316440" style="display:none;"> excellent supporting actors - Nana, Maina,...more

Kis chutiye ne ye film banayi hai? Uska IQ 0 hoga. Koi sense hi nahi hai movie me.more

A blend between a homage to Indian cinema of the 70's and 80's and a contemporary bollywood movie. Aiyyaa works well if you choose to see it as a satire on everything that one know's to be Bollywood. Rani Mukherjee once again delivers a stellar performance. Its refreshing to see a comedy that makes fun of itself, not <span id="remainingText822370598_771316440" style="display:none;"> something that comes...more

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First of all, Aiyyaa isn&#x27;t meant to be taken seriously! Obviously! Nutty reviewers on the internet who talked of how this movie does not reflect the struggles of an average middle class girl etc. etc. need to take a long holiday. Am glad I ignored the bad reviews (where most of the badness was in the review - we need critics of critics) and the chap at the ticket counter who tried his best to avoid selling me tickets (it is very bad...more

One of the worse films I&#x27;ve seen. Over 2 and a half hours of mental torture. Throughout the entirety of the film, the story goes nowhere. No story, no humour and definitely not even a tad bit of entertainment. To sum up this is an awful film which at the very best deserves a rating of zero.<br><br>I would have been happy to include a synopsis of the story or include a guideline on the characters of this film, however...more

First of all, let me say that Rani Mukerji is just phenomenal. She is capable of a wide array of roles, and she proves it yet again. However, even her presence does not make this film watchable. The script is horrible, the dialogues are cringeworthy, jokes are painful to hear and at times the scenes are stretched too long for their own good. The movie is a solid 2 and a half hours long, where it shouldn&#x27;t have been more than 2 hours,...more

Watching this movie was a beautiful experience that I had to repeat. First of all, the nostalgia of older romantic movies was done just perfectly. Rani&#x27;s look, choice of cast and scenes was very natural and real, which allows the audience to focus more on the story and acting. The movie idea is so brilliant. I saw the earlier movie which Aiyya&#x27;s story was taken from (the smell). It was purely unique and captivating that it...more

First up, damn the reviewers. This is a terrific little movie and though it has it&#x27;s faults, this imperfection is what makes it such an endearing and madcap ride. Rani&#x27;s acting is like the cherry on top of a cake who&#x27;s flavours often border on the bizarre. She&#x27;s supported by a zany and exuberant cast of characters, all of who make a mark. One can almost sense that they all had a ball playing their bit. The...more

Incohorent,inconsistent and even unbearable at times.Characters and caricatures as loud as possible.But there are quite a few moments and allegories in &#x22;Aiyaa&#x22; which stand out so much that you might even doubt whether all these loudness and<br><br>incoherence were actually intended and involves surrealism.Doesn&#x27;t seem so, once viewed till the end yet for a film watched with almost -ve expectations...more

A fine actress though she is, seems to be now gripped with insecurity with a sagging career line. why else she would do a movie like Aaiyya !?. I have not been able to find a word to term this movie, as it fits into no category. &#x27;Bad&#x27; is too good, &#x27;Immature&#x27; is not appropriate for some one like Anurag Kashyap. I can not say anything about the story, as I could not sit thru more than twenty minute of the...more

It&#x27;s love at first smell for college librarian Meenaxi Deshpande (Rani Mukherjee), who falls hook line and sinker for brooding artist Surya (South Indian star Prithviraj) the moment she first catches a whiff of him. Meenaxi, the protagonist of writer-director Sachin Kundalkar&#x27;s bizarrely fascinating Aiyyaa, is a middle-class Maharashtrian girl with a heightened sense of smell, and a tendency to slip into a dream-like fantasy...more

I don&#x27;t understand how one can think like Rani Mukharji. she thinks it can be her comeback movie. I am sure if Rani ll be on her top at the time movie released, it ll have the same impact on box office as well as people. it is a total waste movie. You ll hit your head on wall after watching this.<br><br>you must be wondering about the movie title &#x27;Aiyaa&#x27;. how did it come. when man want to see Rani Mukharji...more

There was a time in the early &#x27;2k era&#x27; when an actress was slowly making a mark in Indian cinema. She was small, impish, vigorously spontaneous and ever charming. Her crackling voice appeared unpleasant initially leading filmmakers like Mahesh Bhatt to dub someone else for her. However, like a true talent would, she turned every scar to star. Rani Mukherjee, the actress with all her effervescence was missing all this while...more

&#x27;Aiyyaa&#x27; is a film that redefines zany, whacky, and crazy, or should I instead say &#x27;Wakra&#x27;? It&#x27;s leading lady &#x96; a librarian in an Art College in real, and a Bollywood Diva in her fantasies - Meenakshi (played uninhibitedly by Rani Mukherjee) and her acute sense of smell and by connection, unfathomable attraction to the tall, dark, and handsome art student Surya (a delightful Bollywood debut...more

Absurd, inane comedy. Couldn't make it through half of it.more

Rani Mukerji, WHY?!??!??more

Hmmm... Nothing gr8. Just another movie...more

I think while making the film the producers were enamored with Quirky Characters that they forgot about the story line. The films is total crap.more

Day: Tuesday Date: 11 Dec 2012 Time: 11.30 pm With: No One On: Laptopmore

Madhureeta Mukherjee
ttle">Aiyyaavar msnsyn='A middle-class Marathi mulgi falls in love and romances a Tamil boy in her quirky fantasies, while her parents are looking for the perfect matrimonial match.'; The Critic has posted comments on this MovieMadhureeta Mukherjee, TNN, Oct 11, 2012, 10.21PM ISTCritic's ReviewReaders' ReviewsPost a reviewEmail this reviewPrint this reviewSave...more

Roshni Devi
Star cast: Rani Mukerji , Prithviraj , Anita Date, Subodh Bhave, Satish Alekar, Nirmiti Sawant, Ameya Wagh and Jyoti Subhash. What’s Good: The superb acting of the entire cast; the Aga bai song; the direction; the general madness in the film. Watch or Not?: Watch Aiyyaa for a quirkily different film with very good performances but be warned that it drags. There’s nothing new about love at first...more

Prasanna D Zore Mumbai
Aiyyaa is let down by its weak script, writes Prasanna D Zore 'Yeh sab kya ho raha hai (what on earth is going on here)?,' wonders Rani Mukerji's [ Images ] character Meenaxi [ Images ] Deshpande in Aiyyaa as the film nears its climax. How on earth could she read my mind? I wonder aloud. But then this question begins troubling you no sooner than the first 30 minutes of the film has jarred...more

Taran Adarsh
Till a few years ago, Bollywood was known for churning out hero-centric movies. The leading ladies were treated as mere props or eye candy in most Hindi movies. That's not all, heroine-centric themes were considered dicey, since not many were ready to invest their crores on stories that centred around female protagonists. But 2012 has made the naysayers chew their words. The year belongs to those...more

anika Sikka
It’s time for comebacks. With Sridevi creating a worthwhile impression last week, Rani Mukerji and Manisha Koirala battle it out this week with Bhoot Returns and Aiyyaa releasing on the same day. Preity Zinta is all set to mark her return with Ishkq in Paris.National award winning Marathi director Sachin Khudalkar spins a tale around a wacked-out (wakda) family in his first attempt at Hindi cinema and he...more

Rummana Ahmed
To enjoy a film like 'Aiyyaa', logic and rational definitely have to be left behind. Sachin Kundalkar creates a funny, slightly eccentric, filmi protagonist but he expects her charm to carry a film that is saddled with a ridiculous plot and side characters who are intended to be amusing but border on the annoying.Meenakshi (Rani Mukerji) loves melodrama and is crazy about typical Bollywood films...more

DNA
It’s time for comebacks. With Sridevi creating a worthwhile impression last week, Rani Mukerji and Manisha Koirala battle it out this week with Bhoot Returns and Aiyyaa releasing on the same day. Preity Zinta is all set to mark her return with Ishkq in Paris. National award winning Marathi director Sachin Khudalkar spins a tale around a wacked-out (wakda) family in his first attempt at Hindi cinema and...more

Anupama Chopra
Aiyyaa is a bewilderingly odd film.&nbsp; In 2009, writer-director Sachin Kundalkar made a film called Gandha, which consisted of three short stories. Here he GA_googleFillSlot("ht_story_top_lhs_200x200"); adapts one of these stories about a girl with a heightened sense of smell. Meenakshi, played...more

Shubhra Gupta
Sat Oct 13 2012, 03:19 hrs --> Aiyyaa DIRECTOR: Sachin Kundalkar CAST: Rani Mukerji, Prithviraj, Anita Date, Nirmiti Sawant, Satish Alekar, Subodh Bhave, Amey Wagh RAting: *1/2 More than anything else, Aiyyaa is a film that could have been. A truly subversive, exhilarating ride with a sexually-aware, sensually-charged woman at its centre. A woman who is willing to follow her nose, and her...more

Rajeev Masand
It's love at first smell for college librarian Meenaxi Deshpande (Rani Mukherjee), who falls hook line and sinker for brooding artist Surya (South Indian star Prithviraj) the moment she first catches a whiff of him. Meenaxi, the protagonist of writer-director Sachin Kundalkar’s bizarrely fascinating Aiyyaa, is a middle-class Maharashtrian girl with a heightened sense of smell, and a tendency to slip...more

Saibal Chatterjee
The Deshpandes are no ordinary brood. And Aiyyaa is no ordinary film. Wildly wakda (read twisted) in more ways than one, it is a film that defies definition. It careens from the dreamy to the delirious, the realistic to the raucous, and the perfectly logical to the utterly nonsensical as it turns many a time-honoured convention of Hindi commercial cinema on its head. Many might find its loud, outré...more

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