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Review: Sarkar 3

Banners: Eros International, Wave Cinemas Pony Chadha, Company Product, Alumbra Production Producers: Rahul Mittra, Anand Pandit, Gopal Shivram Dalvi, Krishan Choudhary & Weone Director: Ram Gopal Varma Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Jackie Shroff, Manoj Bajpayee, Ronit Roy, Amit Sadh, Yami Gautam,

Review: Baahubali: The Conclusion

Undoubtedly, SS Rajamouli has written the book on commercial cinema. A director who seamlessly blends his vision and genius with magic, has delivered a near-flawless movie in Baahubali: The Conclusion. The movie, which has stormed the domestic box office and

Review: Maatr

Maatr is the kind of title that leaves little doubt about the theme of the film. But to make a film with the lead protagonist in an action avatar, it takes courage and calls for extreme clarity, especially when the

Review: Noor

The one thing the makers of Noor got right is their target audience – an uber-cool generation half-heartedly looking for meaning in their lives. And the protagonist, Sonakshi Sinha, delivers a superlative performance, playing a 28-year-old beset by all the

Review: Begum Jaan

Begum Jaan had the perfect formula to be a clear winner. It pivots on an actress who amplifies her characters with every performance she delivers; it is backed by a production house, which for the last three decades has delivered

Review: Mirza Juuliet

As the name suggests, this is a love story of two protagonists who are poles apart, Julie Shukla (Pia Bajpai) and Mirza (Darshan Kumaar). Set in Mirzapur, the story begins amid a religious conflict after a politician gets shot and

Review: Blue Mountains

The film follows Som (Yatharth Ratnum), a hill-town boy, who is accidentally selected in a singing reality TV show. Som’s mother (Gracie Singh), an ex-professional singer, suddenly realises that her son could fulfill her own dreams that she left incomplete

Review: Mukti Bhawan

There’s no arguing that many of us are afraid of one thing, death. Debutant director Shubhashish Bhutiani’s Mukti Bhawan is a film that takes a positive approach to this ultimate truth. This film has dealt with this reality in a

Review: Laali Ki Shaadi Mein Laaddoo Deewana

Laaddoo (Vivaan Shah) is the son of a cycle repair shop owner and he aspires to make something of himself. He works as a waiter in his uncle’s (Sanjay Misra) café in Vadodara, and while working there, he meets Laali

Review: Naam Shabana

In an industry where sequels have become sworn winners at the box office, we have Naam Shabana hitting the screen, a prequel to Neeraj Pandey’s Baby. The makers could easily have taken Kumar’s character and woven a background story around

Review: Poorna

Apart from its sheer authenticity and convincing portrayal of the life of Poorna Malavath , the world’s youngest girl to have reached the summit of Everest, this film reaches for your heart and connects with you immediately. It is deeply

Review: Phillauri

Anushka Sharma proved her mettle as a producer with her very first film under her banner, NH10. With Phillauri, the actress has cemented her reputation in that department. But what makes this film such a winner? Anshai Lal’s Phillauri has

Review: Anaarkali Of Aarah

It’s been ages since the Indian audience was treated to an unconventional, rural-flavoured story that is simple yet gritty. Anaarkali Of Aarah charms not only with its unpretentious writing but with its honest performances from the entire cast. It also

Review: Machine

It’s one of those basic rules of filmmaking – identify your target audience and play to them. The makers of Machine were well versed in this basic premise and they deliver on their promise. Movie-goers who are not interested in

Review: Aa Gaya Hero

He’s an actor who has given an entire generation a reason to enjoy cinema. And when the comedy king returns to the silver screen after many years, expectations are naturally sky high. However, the failure of Aa Gaya Hero has

Review: Trapped

Trapped undoubtedly has the trappings of an inventive and frightening survival drama, and it grabs your attention in the beginning. Unfortunately, what could have been a nail-biting film throughout makes you a little restless with its sluggish pace as it

Review: Badrinath Ki Dulhania

It is not often that we get to watch a film that is not only entertaining but is also backed by good content. Add to that the message it carries and you have Badrinath Ki Dulhania, a full-on family entertainer

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

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Qarib Qarib Singlle111.20CR11.20CR
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Mera Bura Saaya108.2K08.2K
Safe101.01K01.01K
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