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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.
  • PHHIR

    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.

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