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Jagga Jasoos

Full-fledged musicals are a rare treat in Bollywood, and when the likes of Anurag Basu and Ranbir Kapoor collaborate on one, expectations obviously soar. So, does the much-awaited Jagga Jasoos deliver on that count? Well, while their offering begins on

Review: Baahubali: The Conclusion

Undoubtedly, SS Rajamouli has written the book on commercial cinema. A director who seamlessly blends his vision and genius with magic, has delivered a near-flawless movie in Baahubali: The Conclusion. The movie, which has stormed the domestic box office and

Review: Mirza Juuliet

As the name suggests, this is a love story of two protagonists who are poles apart, Julie Shukla (Pia Bajpai) and Mirza (Darshan Kumaar). Set in Mirzapur, the story begins amid a religious conflict after a politician gets shot and

Review: Mukti Bhawan

There’s no arguing that many of us are afraid of one thing, death. Debutant director Shubhashish Bhutiani’s Mukti Bhawan is a film that takes a positive approach to this ultimate truth. This film has dealt with this reality in a

Review: Naam Shabana

In an industry where sequels have become sworn winners at the box office, we have Naam Shabana hitting the screen, a prequel to Neeraj Pandey’s Baby. The makers could easily have taken Kumar’s character and woven a background story around

Review: Poorna

Apart from its sheer authenticity and convincing portrayal of the life of Poorna Malavath , the world’s youngest girl to have reached the summit of Everest, this film reaches for your heart and connects with you immediately. It is deeply

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. But what makes this film such a winner? Anshai Lal’s Phillauri has

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. Anaarkali Of Aarah charms not only with its unpretentious writing but with its honest performances from the entire cast. It also

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. Add to that the message it carries and you have Badrinath Ki Dulhania, a full-on family entertainer

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. And that about sums up Commondo 2, a

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. Her parents rejoice when her brother is born while they continue to blatantly neglect Alia. She,

Review : The Ghazi Attack

A war film (especially one that is filmed underwater) inspired by true events needs a compelling set of facts that needs to be blended in an equally compelling way with fiction, to come up with a gripping narrative. Debutant director

Review: Irada

Years ago, we watched A Wednesday, where Naseeruddin Shah, in the role of the common man, took on the system. And here’s Irada, a film on the same lines. Is it more powerful or impactful than A Wednesday? Although the

Review: Jolly LLB 2

The mark of a successful sequel is when the film not only justifies its prequel but, as a successor, has enhanced presentation. There’s an air of excitement as you prepare to watch this film, and as the credits roll, you

Review: Raees

There are movies, and then there’s Raees. Bollywood is rife with gangster movies, so, is Raees any different from the gangster movies we’ve seen before? Can Rahul Dholakia, whose only claim to fame is Parzania, be able to make this

Review: Kaabil

The most popular theme in the history of cinema is a battle between the forces of good and evil, where the former, obviously, wins. When handled with utmost care, the result has always been a very entertaining movie. Add to

Coffee With D

Undoubtedly, on paper, the idea of a journalist travelling to a neighbouring country and getting an interview with the dreaded Don D sounds very exciting. Sadly, it is only this one-line concept that is inspiring; the screenplay and dialogue are

HNY 2017 – Films to look forward to this year

      Ok Jaanu Banner: Madras Talkies, Dharma Productions Producer: Mani Ratnam, Karan Johar Director: Shaad Ali Cast: Aditya Roy Kapur, Shraddha Kapoor, Naseeruddin Shah Release Date: January 13, 2017  Kaabil Banner: FilmKRAFT Productions Producer: Rakesh Roshan Director: Sanjay

Ventilator (Marathi)

Cinema and emotions know no language, something that the film Ventilator amply proves. Kudos to Priyanka Chopra for choosing a subject so simple yet heartwarming as her maiden Marathi production. The team of the film serves us with a tale

Mahayoddha Rama

Mahayoddha Rama is a complete entertainer for children. The film tells the epic tale of Lord Rama but, uniquely, it is narrated from Raavan’s point of view. It impresses and has a fun element as far as the dialogue (Varun

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Poster Boys110.31Cr10.31Cr
Daddy15.86Cr5.86Cr
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