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  • Review: Great Grand Masti

    Comedy, sex comedy and horror are the three genres that if made wisely the sky is the limit in terms of box office performance. And it has been witnessed time and again.
  • Review: Kabali

    It is often said that an actor can never be bigger than a film. But when it’s Rajinikanth, rules don’t apply.
  • Lipstick Under My Burkha

    Seldom does the Hindi film industry produce a film that unabashedly celebrates the essence of womanhood.
  • Munna Michael

    A classic love triangle but with two heroes and a heroine who is neither fit to play the leading lady nor familiar with the ‘A’ of acting.
  • MOM

    MOM is the perfect example of how to distill a raw concept and present it in an intriguing yet poignant manner.
  • Ek Haseena Thi Ek Deewana Tha

    Expectations play a large role in how the audience consumes and reacts to cinema, particularly in the commercial realm. Genre formulas are so clear cut then any deviation is immediately noticeable.
  • Tubelight

    When Tubelight was announced, the makers promised that we would get to see Salman Khan in a never-before-seen avatar. It’s a promise they have stood by.
  • G Kutta Se

    Bollywood is no stranger to films based on the subject of honour killings and this one’s no different. The big plus here is that this small film has a big heart and has an interesting narrative.
  • Phullu

    Phullu (Sharib Ali Hashmi) lives in a village with his mother (Nutan Surya) and sister (Trisha Kale).
  • Bank-Chor

    A comedy of errors blended with a thriller is not a genre we have seen on the silver screen in recent times.
  • TE3N

    An air of excitement builds as you prepare to watch this film, and as the credits roll, you have a fair idea of what to expect from this noir.

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