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  • Baadshaho

    It’s been a while since Bollywood saw a good heist film and Baadshaho boasts all the elements that are a prerequisite for a perfect heist film – action, drama, lots of twist and turns, witty one-liner
  • Sniff

    A film entirely dedicated to children is a rare phenomenon in Bollywood but, every once in a while, writer-directors like Amole Gupte put in their best efforts to bring to the screen a film that can b
  • Qaidi Band

    So far, 2017 has not been very kind to Bollywood, or maybe vice-versa!
  • Babumoshai Bandookbaaz

    Set in a rustic milieu with a bunch of trigger-happy men who shoot without blinking an eyelid, Babumoshai Bandookbaaz is a brutal yet gripping action-thriller with plenty of twists and turns.
  • A Gentleman

    The good thing about A Gentleman is that the film delivers on its trailer. But the bad news is that the film, directed by Raj and DK, is only a longer version of the trailer.
  • Bareilly Ki Barfi

    When a film boasts of names such as Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari (whose last venture was the beautiful heart-warming, slice-of-life film Nil Battey Sannata) and Nitesh Tiwari (the man behind Bollywood’s highes
  • Partition: 1947

    For a filmmaker who claims to have had access to top-secret documents that reveal a diabolical political agenda behind the brutal and bloody partition of India, Gurinder Chadha has presented a rather
  • Review: Dishoom

    As the title and trailer suggest, Dishoom is a full-on masala entertainer, even though it’s a bumpy ride.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Munna Michael

    A classic love triangle but with two heroes and a heroine who is neither fit to play the leading lady nor familiar with the ‘A’ of acting.
  • Lipstick Under My Burkha

    Seldom does the Hindi film industry produce a film that unabashedly celebrates the essence of womanhood.

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