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  • TE3N

    An air of excitement builds as you prepare to watch this film, and as the credits roll, you have a fair idea of what to expect from this noir.
  • Raabta

    Raabta is a film that not only impresses with its vision but it has an extra edge, thanks to seamless transitioning between contemporary times and an ancient era.
  • Behen Hogi Teri

    Every good rom-com is supposed to make you smile and feel all fuzzy and warm inside.
  • Love U Family

    This film is an excellent example of how content and scripting can make or break a film.
  • Housefull 3

    This one’s a no-brainer but it’s loaded with fun and full-on entertainment of the kind the masses enjoy.
  • Dobaara: See Your Evil

    Horror has not been a priority for filmmakers for a while, which only adds to the anticipation when you step into the auditorium to watch Dobaara: See Your Evil.
  • Hanuman Da’ Damdaar

    Hanuman Da’ Damdaar takes you on an exciting adventure that depicts the tale of Hanuman’s childhood.
  • Dear Maya

    The two girls are curious about Ana’s reclusive neighbour Maya (Manisha Koirala), whose only companions are two dogs, cages filled with birds and a housekeeper.
  • Fredrick

    Rajesh Butalia’s directorial is a psychological thriller that revolves around a man named Fredrick. This so-called thriller touches upon the serious subject of human trafficking, particularly women.
  • Mirror Game: Ab Khel Shuru

    Mirror Game: Ab Khel Shuru is a game that tests your patience. While the basic thought behind the film is good, it needs crisper editing.
  • Waiting

    Anu Menon’s Waiting proves that a cinematic experience can be simple and realistic yet poignant.
  • A Death In The Gunj

    Based on a story by her father Mukul Sharma, Konkona Sensharma marks a stellar debut as a writer and director. The film starts in McCluskiegunj in Jharkhand in the late 1970s.

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