About Story:- Table No. 21 is a story that revolves around a couple who live a mediocre life & are thrilled to have won an exotic vacation. The game begins & the couple discovers that the game isn't really a game but is a game of survival. It increases their enjoyment when they get a chance to play "Tell all truth" game for a mind boggling prize money. The game begins and the couple discovers that the game isn't really a game, but is a game of survival.
Movie Review:- Table No. 21, the first genuine release of the centenary year of Hindi cinema is a psychological thriller that ends with a delectable twist, one which justifies the intent of the highly structured plot. A couple takes on the challenge to play a game of Truth or Die. 8 questions, 8 tasks, 8 answers, with rapid fire rounds too. Even one lie and it's a death call.
Direction, Performance and Music:- Aditya Datt does a mediocre job with a disappointing script. The characters have been handled badly and there’s not much to look further to at any point in the movie. Tena Desae, pleasant enough as eye-candy, gives her sketchy role a fair shot. Rajeev Khandelwal, too, despite his consistently confident screen presence, does not deliver enough aces to make the performance special.
Overall:- Best to avoid this one.