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  • Review: Phillauri

    Anushka Sharma proved her mettle as a producer with her very first film under her banner, NH10. With Phillauri, the actress has cemented her reputation in that department.
  • Review: Anaarkali Of Aarah

    It’s been ages since the Indian audience was treated to an unconventional, rural-flavoured story that is simple yet gritty.
  • Review: Machine

    It’s one of those basic rules of filmmaking – identify your target audience and play to them. The makers of Machine were well versed in this basic premise and they deliver on their promise.
  • Review: Aa Gaya Hero

    He’s an actor who has given an entire generation a reason to enjoy cinema. And when the comedy king returns to the silver screen after many years, expectations are naturally sky high.
  • Review: Trapped

    Trapped undoubtedly has the trappings of an inventive and frightening survival drama, and it grabs your attention in the beginning.
  • Review: Badrinath Ki Dulhania

    It is not often that we get to watch a film that is not only entertaining but is also backed by good content.
  • Review : Commando 2 -The Black Money Trail

    The action genre was once considered the safest to score at the ticket counter. That formula hasn’t changed, except that audiences now reward only movies that are smartly written and well executed.
  • Review: Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai

    Set in Rajasthan, the film follows Alia Patrick (Manjari Fadnis), who is treated with contempt by her family simply because she is a girl.
  • Aligarh

    Aligarh is a courageous attempt to explore a dark reality that has been aptly explored by sensitive performances.
  • Rhythm

    Set in Poland, Rhythm is the love story of Avantika (Rinil Routh) and Rohan (Adele Chaudhary). Avantika is emotionally guarded whereas Rohan is friendly.
  • Review: Mona_Darling

    Hindi cinema has no dearth of murder mysteries and horror films, and Mona_Darling promises to take the genre up a notch. This is India’s first social network-based psychological horror film.
  • Review: Wedding Anniversary

    The film starts with Kahani (Mahie Gill) and her beau Nirbhay (Priyanshu Chatterjee), who decide to celebrate their first wedding anniversary in Goa as the place holds a special meaning for them.