Here is a print shot from NYTimes.
"It never feels cynically niche-marketed or fundamentally bored with itself, the way so many big-budget American movies do.
Hollywood has entirely abandoned that quest to embrace all comers in its single-minded focus on the young, male-dominated blockbuster audience, and not a single American film released this year at this budget level has made me laugh out loud and stomp my feet and yearn to leap from my seat and shake it quite the way this admittedly idiotic Indian movie did. (It definitely didn’t hurt that the New York preview screening I attended resembled an enormous family banquet, with catered Indian food, long speeches and wandering small children — the movie started more than half an hour late.) It’s hard to resist the conclusion that what has happened in industry and commerce and finance is also happening in pop culture. Hollywood has lost confidence, and may soon lose its grip on global preeminence — and a new leader, in what we used to call the “developing world,” is almost ready to take over."
"Anubhav Sinha's exhilarating fantasy "Ra.One" is Bollywood at its best. It has energy, spectacle and humor, song and dance, but razzle-dazzle special effects and action stunts never overwhelm its story of enduring love that unfolds amid an intricate and inspired sci-fi odyssey."
Los Angeles Times
"The most expensive Bollywood movie ever made, "Ra.One," a sci-fi superhero thriller, is a kind of entertainment machine set to dazzle, Hindi cinema with a crush on high-tech."
New York Times
"RA.ONE nicely serves two masters -- good family values and good capitalist instincts."
"A decidedly different take on popcorn entertainment that gives American newcomers a good sense of what we've been missing."
While Indian critics don't seem to be appreciating the efforts put up by Ra.one Team. Hollywood is Certainly Impressed by this Superhero.