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  • Lucknow Central

    This prison-break film, which marks the debut of director Ranjit Tiwari, is a compelling portrait of five inmates and their dreams, their vulnerabilities and their great escape plan from Lucknow Centr
  • Poster Boys

    After watching a strong remake of a regional comedy film last week, there was hope that the trend would continue. Shreyas Talpade saw huge success when he produced= the Marathi Poshter Boyz in 2014.
  • Daddy

    Bollywood has churned out several larger-than-life gangster films based on Mumbai’s underworld but none, until now, had touched upon the life of gangsterturned- politician Arun Gulab Gawli.
  • 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
  • Shubh Mangal Saavdhan

    In the midst of a rush of bitter disappointments at the box office, Aanand L Rai and Krishika Lulla’s latest production Shubh Mangal Saavdhan is a breath of fresh air.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Qaidi Band

    So far, 2017 has not been very kind to Bollywood, or maybe vice-versa!
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Review: Dishoom

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

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