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  • Bodyguard – Review

    Wanted, Dabangg and recently released Ready have everything it takes to make a signature Salman Khan movie – a masala entertainer.
  • Chitkabrey – Shades of Grey

    Seven couples and a ‘Bigg Boss’ keeping an eye on you. Sounds interesting, doesn’t it? But that’s about it.
  • Stand By

    This film centres on a passion for football. It’s almost a love triangle between the two friends and the game.
  • Yeh Dooriyan

    When there’s a tagline attached to the title of a film that says ‘Life After Divorce’, it makes you go, “Not again!” This is yet another attempt from a writer/director to get into the skin of a divorc
  • Movie Review- Not A Love Story

    Shooting with weird camera angles is Ram Gopal Varma’s signature style. Time was when he blended his unique shot-taking with strong content. Not any more.
  • Movie Review- Chatur Singh Two Star

    Having started his career with comedy king David Dhawan, Ajay Chandok is carrying forward the legacy of his mentor.
  • Movie Review- Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande

    There are two types of people – those who support you and those who leave you alone. But supporters and saboteurs exist in either camp. That’s the theme of Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande.
  • Aarakshan

    The ‘title’ of a project is your introduction to any movie, a hint of what you can expect. Prakash Jha’s titles have always been apt, and adequately conveyed what’s in store for the audience.

    Vikram Bhatt and his team are back. This time, Bhatt is not directing. Instead, it’s his story. After carving a niche for horror flicks, he’s delivered a thriller with a touch of the supernatural.
  • I am Kalam

    Not every film is a creative achievement. But a filmmaker can work with a tried-and-tested theme and still make the audience sit up and think – and then reach out and touch your heart.
  • Chala Mussaddi Office Office

    After a winning run on satellite TV, the people behind this serial have decided to cash in on its popularity and bring it to the celluloid.
  • Aagaah – The Warning

    Aagaah – The Warning is a story about terrorism and its aftermath. Azaan Khan (Atul Kulkarni) trains terrorists to wage a jihad or holy war.