Ranveer Singh, Pooja Hegde, Johny Lever, Jacqueline Fernandez, Varun Sharma, Sanjay Mishra, Tiku Tasalania and many more

Roy Jamnadas of Jamnadas Orphanage  experimenting with interchanging two sets of identical twins just to prove parvarish

Inspired from Angoor Movie  which itself was a remake of Do Dooni Char which was based on William Shakespeare’s ‘The Comedy Of Errors’, the hot mess created here results in nothing but momentarily funny chaos.

The ‘current’ gag will make you laugh at first, and smile when it appears again eventually making you furious because an average joke could only make you laugh once.‘Sanjay Mishra’s funny scenes from Cirkus’ will have more views

 You’d fast forward the film to pause only through Sanjay’s scenes. This is something you would expect from the entire cast of Cirkus to do but only Siddhartha Jadhav comes a close second.

Ranveer Singh misfit of epic proportions. He acts like he had to do this as a favour to Rohit Shetty. None of the other performances deserve to be even mentioned separately.

Varun Sharma’s comic timing is criminally wasted here and, in the end, it's upto the ever-so-dependable Johny Lever.The ace comedian creates more rib-tickling moments in his few minutes of screentime than the entire cast put together

An item number in which Ranveer rocks it with Deepika Padukone makes you wish for more from whence that came.But no, it’s back to slap-slap-slap. ‘Current Laga Re’ is a highlight

The screenplay offers nothing fresh in terms of comedy and punchlines and suffers from abject repetition.Rohit Shetty film that's supposed to be a comedy of errors but is abysmally low on that ingredient.

Cirkus’ is a busy film filled with a battery of characters put together with a purpose to make us laugh, but is far from that. Entertaining the audience with slapstick comedy and drama is a tightrope