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  • Jai Ho! Democracy

    The film starts off with a hen entering a no man’s land, across the LOC between India and Pakistan.
  • Mr. X

    Back in 2003 it was Vikram Bhatt’s Footpath that became Emraan Hashmi’s gateway to becoming an actor. The duo reunited nearly a decade later in 2012 for Raaz 3 (3D).
  • Margarita With A Straw

    A film can either be entertaining or overwhelming… rarely both. But Margarita With A Straw not only entertains and keeps you hooked but stays with you even after the end credits roll.
  • Nanak Shah Fakir

    We last saw Chaar Sahibzaade focusing on Singh Guru and his teachings. The film not only garnered good response from the audience but also ran for more than 100 days at the box office counters.
  • Barefoot To Goa

    The title of a project is an introduction to any movie, a hint of what the audience can expect. Barefoot To Goa suggests that the film is about a heartfelt trip to Goa. And it, kind of, is.
  • Dharam Sankat Mein

    A remake of the 2010 English film The Infidel, Dharam Sankat Mein starts in Ahmadabad, with a middle-aged caterer Dharampal Trivedi (Paresh Rawal) waking up to the sound of the morning azaan from a ne
  • Ek Paheli Leela

    Indian cinema has always made films for all kinds of audience, from content-driven films to typical masala entertainers. Ek Paheli Leela is definitely of the latter kind.
  • Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!

    It’s been ages since the Indian audience was treated to an unconventional murder mystery that is engrossing from beginning to end. Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!
  • Yahaan Sabki Lagi Hai

    An unconventional dark comedy, Yahaan Sabki Lagi Hai, is about a bunch of youngsters that undergoes an existential transformation when their road trip goes all wrong.
  • Barkhaa

    dance bar is one of those cliches in Hindi cinema and if you must use it as the backdrop of your film, you would need to come up with something different.
  • Dilliwaali Zaalim Girlfriend

    This film is an excellent example of how content and scripting can make or break a film.
  • Hunterrr

    There’s just one word that can sum up the audience reaction to this film – ‘why?’ Why make a film that neither impresses on the storyboard nor on the big screen?