Shilpa Jamkhandikar (Reuters):
Suparn Varma’s Acid Factory, which releases in cinemas this week has a unique feature – that of having the biggest ensemble of bad actors on a single screen.
Fardeen Khan, Aftab Shivdasani, Dino Morea, Dia Mirza, Danny Denzongpa and even the usually dependable Manoj Bajpai put in such atrociously bad performances that you wonder how they got away with it.
….If you want to save yourself heartburn in the middle of the festival season, do yourself a favour and avoid this disaster.
Taran Adarsh (IndiaFM):
Final word? ACID FACTORY is a well-crafted, well executed film with the ensemble cast pitching in competent performances.
….Every actor pitches in an effortless performance. They aren’t putting on an act. The film has an assorted mix of experienced and accomplished actors…..
On the whole, ACID FACTORY is a slick thriller that has an interesting premise and also super stunts and chase sequences as its trump cards.