Immediately after the trailer launched for ‘Why Cheat India’, we believed that this was going to be a film to brag about!
We were to see Emraan Hashmi on the silver screen after a gap of 2 years with an entirely different look (which came as a surprise, tbh!).
Here is a story about educational scams in India, particularly in engineering and medical entrance exams. Emraan Hashmi plays the role of a con man who takes advantage of the infamous dealings of the academic world. He runs a business of hiring bright students to write proxy exams to forging fake certificates.
— WHY Emraan Hashmi (@emraanhashmi) January 4, 2019
Reviews have started flooding in right from the beginning of the movie’s first-day first show. While many loved how the movie successfully brings out the large scam that our educational system is, many were disappointed by the second half which allegedly a letdown.
If you are wondering whether or not to include this movie in your weekend plans, we have 15 tweets to help you make the decision real quick!
#WhyCheatIndia is a adequately intriguing film told in a amusing manner, film raises a pertinent issue based on education system but somewhat it is let down by a tawdry writing & screenplay in 2nd half.@emraanhashmi delivers a knockout act,its his show all the way. Rating- ⭐️⭐️⭐️
— Sumit M kadel (@SumitkadeI) January 18, 2019
Everyone who watches this film is bound to be cheated.
A very good subject, but seems disjointed & unfortunately falls apart with poor script &
Emraan Hashmi is the only silver lining in this extremely underwhelming film ⭐️⭐️ @realNipeshPatel
— Rajiv Nanda (@bunny_nanda) January 18, 2019
#WhyCheatIndia, If you really care about our future generations, then you must watch this amazing movie. This movie is like mirror and shows us a ground reality of our education system. @emraanhashmi, thank you for this master piece💫✨🇮🇳.
— Jaydatt Pathak (@jaydatt_pathak) January 18, 2019
— manishalakhe (@manishalakhe) January 18, 2019
A pacy drama about a scam artist who pulls off an examination scam, feeding off the aspirations of becoming engineers in a system that rewards grades. Watch it!
Kudos to the entire team!!#WhyCheatIndia is a stinging slap on educational policies!!#EmraanHashmi @emraanhashmi
— ROHAN RAJ (@rohanraj3636) January 18, 2019
Saw #WhyCheatIndia . Few months back I said #Tigers is @emraanhashmi best performance , but now I have to say #WhyCheatIndia is his best performance. Perfect truth of our education system is shown. Loved the movie! You rockstar @emraanhashmi 😍
— vishesh (@vroy38) January 18, 2019
ok #EmraanHashmi u were only good thing about #WhyCheatIndia .. sadly the film never picks up .. its like ur car was stuck in 2nd gear throughout .. the film is more on the lines of a docudrama sadly .. #bigbigdissapointment #WhyCheatIndiaReview
— RJ Karan (@RJKaran911) January 18, 2019
#WhyCheatIndia is a confused & muddled film that can't decide whether it wants to be a social commentary or a caper. An important topic like the Country's Education & Examination system deserves a better film, just like a competent actor like @emraanhashmi does!
— Sajan Gupta 🇮🇳 (@sharewithsajan) January 17, 2019
— Dr.Wasif Quazi *( poet) (@quaziwasif) January 18, 2019
The subject is majorly relatable & has been presented in engaging manner..
'A intriguing tour to the unseen world of Indian education..' (4/5) star
— Kiran Kumar (@kiranparmar21) January 18, 2019
It shows the harsh reality of cunning exam scams
This is Emraan Hashmi’s finest performance till date.@shreya_dhan13 is praiseworthy
Get ready to witness Emraan 2.0
— WHY Raghib Khan (@MagicianBoBo) January 18, 2019
— Deepika Sharma (@Missdeepikaa1) January 18, 2019
What a performance in a movie #CheatIndia ☺
After a long break you come back with bang 👌
The content of the movie is really good 👏 and the performance of all the star cast is appreciable 👍🙏#WhyCheatIndia
— Pranjul Bajpai (@PranjulBajpai7) January 18, 2019
— Mohini Choudhury (@ChoudhuryMohini) January 18, 2019
Emraan you’re so Real & Evil in #WhyCheatIndia. Absolutely loved your performance!!! The new boy Sattu is a terrific find. The subject is so relevant and exposes the harsh reality of our Indian exam & education system. Parents & Students must watch the film!!! @emraanhashmi
— Priya Gupta (@priyagupta999) January 18, 2019
So, have you decided yet?