Unpaused is the latest original anthology film to premiere on Amazon Prime Video worldwide. Unpaused is one of the first few movies based around the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown. There are a total of 5 short films, one each directed by Nikkhil Advani, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Nitya Mehra, Avinash Arun, and Raj & DK. With all critic reviews out now, we bring you a 2-minute roundup to help you decide whether you should stream Unpaused anthology film on Prime Video in India or not.

Saibal Chatterjee from NDTV.com writes, "As a freewheeling rumination on loneliness, distress and lingering hope, Unpaused, buoyed by a slew of terrific performances, is a pertinent commentary on a pandemic and its depredations. Significantly, at least three of the shorts (Chand Mubarak, Rat-a-Tat and Vishaanu) have the potential to resonate beyond the turmoil unleashed by a deadly virus and the face masks, sanitizers and disinfectants."

Unpaused Review: Hope, survival & aspirations amidst Covid 19, don't miss this heartachingly good anthology

Sanjana Jadhav from Pinkvilla.com says, "In the last few months, the OTT platform has seen a massive rise in a variety of content. However, there's nothing on the streaming platforms like Unpaused right now. A story of survival that humans have lived through, Unpaused pays a great tribute to that spirit and makes us even more aware of our lockdown-induced learnings. Even though all shorts may not be as good as the next one, Unpaused must make it to your watchlist."

Unpaused review: A middling anthology

Shubhra Gupta from The Indian Express writes, "For the past several months, streaming platforms have been awash with post-Covid material dealing with lockdown-related themes of isolation, loneliness, resilience. In its five-part anthology, Unpaused mixes all of the above with news that has made headlines in this terrible virus-laden year, with average results."

‘Unpaused’ review: Amazon Prime Video anthology film finds the rainbow in the Covid-19 storm

Nandini Ramnath from Scroll.in says, "Unpaused has a greater awareness of the horrors that have come in the wake of Covid-19 in India, but only just. The brief this time too is to be upbeat, comforting, apolitical and family-friendly (and therefore asexual). Only one of the directors sticks with the dark clouds rather than to reach for the rainbow."

Unpaused Movie Review: Just Pause Everything & Watch This Delightful Piece Of Cinema!

Umesh Punwani from Koimoi.com writes, "All said and done, pause everything and take out a couple of hours to take a look back at what all we’ve been through since the entry of the virus. Laced beautifully with phenomenal performances, the anthology is worthy more as a whole package."