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Review: Mirzya

Mirzya just doesn’t mark the debut of Harshvardhan Kapoor or Saiyami Kher, it is also the debut of a new production house Cinestaan Film Company. Whether you are from a film family or not, it’s good fortune to be launched

Review: Tutak Tutak Tutiya

As the title suggests, the film has been made to entertain the audience and the film succeeds in doing that with some hiccups. The newness of the film is that it is a horror-comedy, may not be alien but something

Review: MSG: The Warrior – Lion Heart

MSG: The Warrior – Lion Heart is the third installment of MSG series where Dr Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan comes back as an invincible warrior. The film starts with Lion Heart (Saint Dr Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji

Review: M.S. Dhoni The Untold Story

To start with, M.S. Dhoni The Untold Story is an unadulterated experience for cine-goers from the word ‘go’, especially if one is also a cricket lover. We have had umpteen films which are based on real life people. When cinematically

Review: Banjo

Chris (Nargis Fakhri) is a New York-based DJ who dreams of making it big in the music industry and wants to enter a prestigious music championship. While she is searching for the right music as her entry into the championship,

Review: Parched

First things first, let’s acknowledge Ajay Devgn for backing and producing a hard-hitting film like Parched. A daring and courageous attempt, this film is not only engrossing but has been handled with utmost care. The film definitely deserves all the

Review: Wah Taj!

The film starts with Tukaram Rao Marathe (Shreyash Talpade), a farmer, who along with his wife Sunanda (Manjiri Fadnis) and daughter arrive in Agra. Tukaram claims that the land on which the Taj Mahal is built belongs to him and

Review: Days Of Tafree

A remake of the 2015 Gujarati film Chhello Divas, this film follows four college friends – Nikhil (Yash Soni), Vicky (Ansh Bagri), Suresh (Sanchay Goswami) and Dhulla (Sarabjeet Bindra). On the last day of college, Vicky has a car accident

Review: Pink

It’s been ages since the Indian audience has been treated to a film as compelling as Pink. It is the perfect example of how to distill a raw concept and present it in an intriguing yet poignant manner. In short,

Review: Raaz Reboot

What do you get when you have a horror film that is directed by Vikram Bhatt and has Emraan Hashmi in the lead? Not to forget that the said film is produced by Vishesh Films and T Series Films. Well,

Review: Baar Baar Dekho

Baar Baar Dekho created much curiosity with its trailers and songs, along with the fact that the film was of a unique genre for Hindi films – time travel. This is one Bollywood offering that brings a Hollywood-like genre to

Review: Freaky Ali

Remember Adam Sandler’s 1996 Hollywood flick Happy Gilmore? Freaky Ali gives you a sense of déjà vu, in terms of the basic story line. It’s hilarious but be warned, if you watch the film as a critic would, there’s no

Reviw: Akira

This is really Sonakshi Sinha’s movie as she slugs her way through a tenacious performance and delivers some cracking punches and kicks, both literally and figuratively. The film is raw and edgy but, unfortunately, not as thrilling as it could

Review: Island City

The film follows three sets of stories. In the first one, titled Fun Committee, a Dilbert-like employee works nose-to-the-grindstone in a big, modern, white office. Suyash Chaturvedi (Vinay Pathak) works crazy hours at a corporate house, where an announcer cheerily

Review: Sunshine Music Tours And Travels

If we had to sum up Shailendra Singh’s offering in one word, it would be ‘inconsistent’. Out-of-the-box subjects are the flavour of the times and when your subject and its treatment are zara hatke, it can hold out more promise.

Review: A Flying Jatt

A director who is best known for making entertaining masala films, a young lead pair cast together for the first time (although the on-screen chemistry is missing), a big banner backing the film, a title that spells ‘unconventional entertainer’, a

Review: Happy Bhag Jayegi

When Aanand L Rai’s name is on the film’s poster, as the producer, you know it’s a sure thing. That’s because, as a director, Rai is known to give pure content blended with commercial ingredients. Plus, you’ve watched the hilarious

Review: UnIndian

UnIndian’ is an apt title for this film, which is the launch pad for the much-loved Australian cricketer Brett Lee, who is making his debut to films. Meant to be nothing more than a fun ride, this film is worth

Review: Rustom

It’s been ages since the Indian audience has been treated to an unconventional and engrossing murder-thriller and Rustom fulfills that brief. This is a film that charms not only because of its endearing performances but also its rich content.  And

Review: Mohenjo Daro

With Ashutosh Gowariker’s larger-than-life cinematic vision and Hrithik Roshan’s talent and star status, Mohenjo Daro was in the news from the day it was announced. The theatrical trailers of the film and its promos only upped the ante, promising a

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