The concluding "Ardhanariswar" with Sharmila's immaculate muktabhinaya describing the union of Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva in one body spoke of the dancer's premeditated practice.

- The Narthaki, 2011
The contrastingly energetic performance by Sharmila Mukerjee, a show in grace and poise,had a blushing Radha tell her friend about a clandestine meeting with Krishna in the forest.

- Deccan Herald (Bangalore), 2008
Brilliant direction and choreography by Sharmila Mukerjee coupled with dramatic music score was a strong backbone on which the children of The Oral School for Deaf Children worked in tandem to finally showcase a visually stunning piece of dance drama.

- The Times of India (Kolkata), 2003
This composition was brilliantly performed by Sharmila Mukerjee - and her graceful movements and perfect poise gave a finesse to the dance and the
rendition was simply flawless.

- The Asian Age (Kolkata), 1999
Having seen Sharmila before, one was struck by her mature recital. She has spontaneity, clear hand gestures and fluid body movements.

- Amrita Bazar Patrika (Kolkata), 1990
Sharmila Paul's Chandrabali was the best danced role, full of caprice, as well as good body movements and Abhinaya.

- The Statesman (Kolkata), 1988