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Review : Commando 2 -The Black Money Trail

The action genre was once considered the safest to score at the ticket counter. That formula hasn’t changed, except that audiences now reward only movies that are smartly written and well executed. And that about sums up Commondo 2, a

Review: Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai

Set in Rajasthan, the film follows Alia Patrick (Manjari Fadnis), who is treated with contempt by her family simply because she is a girl. Her parents rejoice when her brother is born while they continue to blatantly neglect Alia. She,

Review: Mona_Darling

Hindi cinema has no dearth of murder mysteries and horror films, and Mona_Darling promises to take the genre up a notch. This is India’s first social network-based psychological horror film. When the trailer released, it promised to delve deep into

Review: Wedding Anniversary

The film starts with Kahani (Mahie Gill) and her beau Nirbhay (Priyanshu Chatterjee), who decide to celebrate their first wedding anniversary in Goa as the place holds a special meaning for them. Kahani is very excited and makes various arrangements

Review: Rangoon

Watching Rangoon is just like reading a book. You connect with the story so completely that it virtually becomes a part of you. You look at each character with the vulnerability of a reader and are engrossed in some simple

Review : The Ghazi Attack

A war film (especially one that is filmed underwater) inspired by true events needs a compelling set of facts that needs to be blended in an equally compelling way with fiction, to come up with a gripping narrative. Debutant director

Review: Irada

Years ago, we watched A Wednesday, where Naseeruddin Shah, in the role of the common man, took on the system. And here’s Irada, a film on the same lines. Is it more powerful or impactful than A Wednesday? Although the

Review: Running Shaadi

Review: Jolly LLB 2

The mark of a successful sequel is when the film not only justifies its prequel but, as a successor, has enhanced presentation. There’s an air of excitement as you prepare to watch this film, and as the credits roll, you

Review: Raees

There are movies, and then there’s Raees. Bollywood is rife with gangster movies, so, is Raees any different from the gangster movies we’ve seen before? Can Rahul Dholakia, whose only claim to fame is Parzania, be able to make this

Review: Kaabil

The most popular theme in the history of cinema is a battle between the forces of good and evil, where the former, obviously, wins. When handled with utmost care, the result has always been a very entertaining movie. Add to

Coffee With Day One : All India NBOC

Coffee With Day One : All India NBOC   Circuit NBOC Mumbai 5,00,000 Delhi UP 3,80,000 East  Punjab 1,50,000 CP 65,000 CI 45,000 Rajasthan 75,000 Nizam 50,000 Mysore 20,000 West Bengal 40,000 Bihar-Jharkhand 30,000 Assam 15,000 Orissa 10,000 TNK 20,000

Review: Haramkhor

Movies like Haramkhor expose the gritty reality of life and who better than Sikhya Entertainment to make them? This is the story of a 15-year-old girl who is head-over-heels in love with her Maths teacher. But that is not all.

Review: Dangal

It is very hard to chance upon a film that is flawless in every aspect, and Dangal is one of those rare gems. Even better, the film not only entertains but is also socially poignant. Dangal follows Mahavir Singh Phoghat

Review: Wajah Tum Ho

Banner: T-Series Films Producer: T-Series Films Director: Vishal Pandya Cast: Sana Khan, Sharman Joshi, Rajniesh Duggal, Gurmeet Choudhary, Himmanshoo Malhotra, Prarthana Behere Writers: Vishal Pandya (story & screenplay), Sameer Arrora (story & screenplay), Virag Mishra (dialogues) Music: Mithoon, Meet Bros,

Review: Shor Se Shuruaat

Banner: Humara Movie Producers: Vinay Mishra, Preety Ali and Pallavi Rohatgi Directors: Rahul V Chittella, Amira Bhargava, Annie Zaidi, Pratik Rajen Kothari, Supriya Sharma, Arunima Sharma, Satish Raj Cast:: Atul Kulkarni, Sakshi Tanwar, Siddharth Menon, Nandu Madhav, Aayushi Lahiri, Sanjay

Review: Befikre

Apart from the engaging rom-com on screen, Befikre reminds you of the stupendous ability of one man to redefine romance even as it goes through the throes of change in real life. But why is that surprising? After all, we’re

Review: 30 Minutes

  What happens when you mix a shoddy script with poor performances? Answer: You get a film titled 30 Minutes. The story follows the life of a young Shashank (Hiten Paintal), who is mercilessly beaten by his alcoholic father played

Review: Kahaani 2

When you have a critically acclaimed director like Sujoy Ghosh, an actress like Vidya Balan, who portrays complex characters with seamless ease, and a sequel to the 2012 hit thriller Kahaani, there’s nothing more you could ask for. Kahaani 2

Review: Dear Zindagi

For those who love watching a modest yet inspiring tale on the silver screen, here’s a refreshing film, complete with superlative performances, lots of colour and emotion, and no unnecessary drama. As the title suggests, Dear Zindagi is all about

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1
6.56Cr
6.56Cr
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36K
36K
The Slum Star
1
7.93L
7.93L
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Ek Haseena Thi Ek Deewana Tha224K96.24L
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