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  • Queens! Destiny Of Dance

    Queens! Destiny Of Dance is one of those attempts to make a film on a topic that is out of the ordinary. But the operative word is ‘attempt’.
  • Naughty @ 40

    Remember the Shekhar Suman, Padmini Kolhapure starrer Anubhav, which released in 1986? Naughty @ 40 is a blatant rehash of this yesteryear film.
  • I AM

    I Am has made waves for one single reason – how Sanjay Suri and Onir produced the film, which was funded by crowd sourcing on social networking sites.
  • Shor In The City

    Confusing is the word that best sums up this film. This is an episodic film with three episodes and all three of them are interconnected.
  • Chalo Dilli

    When an actor plunges into production, expect a show reel for herself or himself.
  • Zokkomon

    It’s hard to fathom how a children’s film centering on a superhero can work if it is not interesting and enjoyable. That’s Zokkomon – a film that simply fails to engage the audience.
  • Dum Maaro Dum

    A thriller that keeps you on the edge, mainly because everyone’s always asking, “Who is Michael Barbossa? and “Where is Michael Barbossa?”
  • 3 Thay Bhai

    An excellent cast ensemble adds value to a film but the benchmark of a successful movie is its script.
  • Thank You

    Men cheating on their wives and being saved in the nick of time is a tried and tested formula in the Hindi film industry.
  • F.A.L.T.U.

    With a title like F.A.L.T.U., you can’t really expect much, can you? Encouraging you to enter the auditorium with zero expectations is where the film scores.
  • Game

    Making a whodunnit is not everyone’s cup of tea. It takes skill and ingenuity to keep the audience both guessing and on the edge of their seat.
  • Monica

    Thought-provoking films are not easy to make. Monica belongs to the genre where a narrator tells a tale that makes the audience sit up and think.