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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

Review: Budhia Singh Born To Run

Perhaps the biggest draw of this film, an outright winner, is the inability to separate real from reel. It’s a rare feat achieved by expert writing blended with a sensitive portrayal on the big screen and superlative performances. Apart from

Review: Legend Of Michael Mishra

Comedy films are the staple of our Hindi film industry but a filmmaker needs to reinvent the recipe to keep it exciting. The Legend Of Michael Mishra promises a comical love story and although it starts with some fizz, it

Review: Fever

The litmus test for any suspense thriller is its ability to secure the undivided attention of its audience from the very start – and to hold it throughout. Fever lacks the requisite swiftness demanded by this genre and the conviction

Review: Dishoom

As the title and trailer suggest, Dishoom is a full-on masala entertainer, even though it’s a bumpy ride. The film starts slow but picks up with the introduction of John Abraham, followed by Varun Dhawan. And once the duo start

Review: Kabali

It is often said that an actor can never be bigger than a film. But when it’s Rajinikanth, rules don’t apply. When a mega star, Rajinikanth, plays a larger-than-life character even in the film, he is bound to consume you.

Review: Madaari

Years ago, we saw Irrfan play the common man in an episode of Nishikant Kamat’s Mumbai Meri Jaan, and years later, he’s doing the same in Kamat’s Madaari. Years ago, we saw Jimmy Sheirgill play a cop who was supposed

M Cream

Young people seem loathe to conforming and are desperate to stand out. Maybe, sometimes, this very non-conformist nature makes them try too hard. Debut director Agneya Singh’s film M Cream, which has been to several festivals around the world, faces

Ishq Click

The ‘click’ in the title is a misnomer, any which way you look at this film. Sadly, the makers of this film did not pay attention to the three elements that are crucial to the success of any love story.

Review: Great Grand Masti

Comedy, sex comedy and horror are the three genres that if made wisely the sky is the limit in terms of box office performance. And it has been witnessed time and again. And what if you get all these three

Review: Sultan

Salman Khan became a sensation with Maine Pyar Kiya in 1989. 27 years later, Yash Raj Films and director Ali Abbas Zafar bring back memories of that all-time blockbuster with Sultan. That’s because the basic premise of both films are

Shorgul

Feeding off communal politics with a dramatic love story at its epicentre, Shorgul is a missed opportunity that had the potential to be full of intrigue. Generating tepid curiosity among the audience due to the delay in its release, the

Raman Raghav 2.0

Banner: Phantom Producers: Vikas Bahl, Vikramaditya Motwane Director: Anurag Kashyap Cast: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Vicky Kaushal, Mukesh Chhabra Writers: Vasan Bala, Anurag Kashyap Music: Ram Sampath When a film engrosses you right from the very beginning, you know it’s going to

Junooniyat

Banner: T-Series Producers: Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar Director: Vivek Agnihotri Cast: Pulkit Samrat, Yami Gautam, Gulshan Devaiah, Hrishita Bhatt Writers: Priti Singh (screenplay & story), Vivek Agnihotri (screenplay, story & dialogue) Music: Meet Bros Anjaan, Ankit Tiwari, Jeet Gannguli There

7 Hours To go

Banner: Krian Pictures Producer: Nitika Thakur Director: Saurabh Varma Cast: Sandeepa Dhar, Shiv Pandit, Natasa Stankovic, Varun Badola, Rohit Vir Writer: Saurabh Varma Music: Sugat-Shubham Maya (Natasa Stankovic) is shot dead in front of her fiancé, Arjun Ranawat (Shiv Pandit)

Rough Book

Banner: Aerika Cineworks Producers: JC Chaudhry, Aakash Chaudhry, Aashish Chaudhry Director: Ananth Narayan Mahadevan Cast: Tannishtha Chatterjee, Amaan Khan, Joy Sengupta, Jayati Bhatia, Vinay Jain, Kinjal Rajpriya, Ram Kapoor, Writers: Sanjay Chouhan, Ananth Narayan Mahadevan A heartwarming film with honest

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A Perfect Guest - PG
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Mantra25.21L5.21L
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