Nowrunning | Mansha Rastogi
Even in acting one finds all the old timers finding their place in the film. However, the cast mostly shoulders the jaded script right till the end. Suniel Shetty appears completely in his elements and plays even an unconvincing part convincingly. Mithun Chakraborty too is stellar and a delight to watch on screen. Johny Lever tries really hard to play a stern cop in what would be his first serious film but blame it on his body of work in comedy that you can't help but giggle everything he comes on screen.
Rediff | Sonil Dedhia
The main twist of the film unravels right before the interval and is followed by a series of chaotic events coupled with high decibel dialogues. Needless to say, nothing makes sense here.
Bollywood Hungama | Taran Adarsh
Trikha borrows every ingredient on the shelf that constitutes an entertainer -- cops versus gangsters, fists of fury, heavy-duty drama, item song, clap-trap dialoguebaazi... as a matter of fact, he goes full throttle with the assets available on shelf. This is vintage 80s masala that refuses to age. Once the stage is set, the narrative, although interesting at times, meanders into been-there-seen-that kind of situations, more so towards the penultimate moments. Sure, Trikha tries to integrate a twist or two in the tale, but, again, you know where the film is heading a few sequences later.
The Times Of India | Renuka Vyavahare
Enemmy is a formulaic multi-starrer action film that manages to entertain when it comes to the depiction of raw action. The stunt scenes are well executed. It's the plot that seems a tad archaic. While the story has the potential to keep you hooked, unnecessary characters and sub-tracks weaken the intensity of the action. Your questions are left unanswered, especially when it comes to Yugantar and his convenient sixth sense. Nonetheless, the film's about the classic battle of good vs bad with a twist and it scores in that department.
DNA India | Tushar Joshi
Adding an extra 'm' to the title doesn't do the trick for Enemmy which is your regular cop battle gangster film starring an interesting cast of father-son duo Mithun-Mahaakshay (artist formerly known as Mimoh), Suniel Shetty, Kay Kay Menon and Akshay Kapoor. It is tailor made for the masses, yet the texture and production values fail to reflect todays sensibilities.
Mumbai Mirror | Karan Anshuman
Technically too, the filmm is a couple of decades old. It's all about coverage, not aesthetics. It feels like the cammera has simmply been planted in the mmost convenient spot to cover all action. Only sound design stands out as it uses non-sync effects well to give the immpression of a lot mmore activity than what you see. Still, turning down the overall volumme especially for the background score would've helped.
Sify | Sonia Chopra
Director Ashu Trikha (Shatir, Zindagi Tere Naam) makes a film that gives you the been-there-seen-that feel. He relies mainly on the crackling dialogue and star cast to build the film. And that works only intermittently. He also adds enough raw action, as expected by the presence of Suniel Shetty and Mithun. Enemmy is a just-about average political thriller.