My Name Is Khan
My Name Is Khan (2010)

A benevolent Asperger's sufferer, Rizwan Khan (Shah Rukh Khan), sets out on a journey across America on a mission to win back his one true love. As his travels continue, Khan inspires optimism and joy in the hearts of the people he… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: February 12, 2010
DVD Release Date: August 10, 2010
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Critic Score: 83% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Kevin Thomas
Los Angeles Times

Karan Johar's My Name Is Khan is a sweeping epic in the melodramatic Bollywood manner yet emerges as a potent, engaging and timely entertainment.

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Jay Weissberg

Riotously overstuffed and enormously enjoyable.

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Mayank Shekhar
Hindustan Times

Sure, this movie's a risk. Shouldn't each be anyway?

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Kirk Honeycutt
Hollywood Reporter

Without any gimmickry, Khan captures the nervous ticks and emotional barriers that an afflicted individual must battle against daily. It's a showy performance but in the right kind of way.

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Anil Sinanan
Time Out

Technically accomplished, it's always engaging due to the credible performances from its beautiful leads, the charismatic Khan and Kajol. Worthy, but flawed.

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Margaret Pomeranz
At the Movies (Australia)

Kajol is lovely as Mandira and Shahrukh Khan is affecting as the Asperger's-affected hero.

Melissa Anderson
L.A. Weekly

Khan's disorder, clearly used to make our hero a pure-hearted naif, comes dangerously close to being exploitative.

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Rachel Saltz
New York Times

An effective exercise in Bollywood high emotionalism.

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Roger Moore
Tribune News Service

Khan shows that Bollywood unfiltered can be more vexing than engaging.

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Flixster Audience Score: 82% Flixster User Reviews
Bruce Bruce
A awesome film. Bollywoods answer to Rain Man. This film has to move you just a little. Never seen any previews for this one in America. Like I said could have… More
Cynthia S.
This movie is a bit overly sentimental in a Forrest Gump kind of way--which isn't all bad if you're in the mood for a feel-good movie. And like those… More
Jim Hunter
Spurred by his wife's response to prejudice, a Muslim with Asperger's journeys across America to meet the President. Is this film over-wrought? Yes.… More
Jake ....
If Charles Dickens were alive today, you would expect him to be behind a project like My Name is Khan. I really do appreciate his novels, but you have to admit… More
Manu Gino
An ordinary man, An extraordinary journey ... FOR LOVE. I had to see it again! Perfect Movie! There is no words but AMAZING to describe this superb film.… More
Sajin P A
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