• One can imagine the pitch meeting: It’s American Idol, but animated, and everyone’s an animal.
    And actually, that pitch meeting would be pretty much on the money. Sing doesn’t miss, at all.

  • Starring Aamir Khan, the film strikes gold primarily because the heavy lifting is evenly distributed among all the actors in this film

  • Watch this film if you are fan of syrupy romances or Ranveer Singh’s groupie. Otherwise, jump into this at your own risk.

  • Director Sujoy Ghosh spins a gripping tale, with top notch performances by Vidya Balan and Arjun Rampal…

  • If you are looking for a heartwarming, sensitive film about troubled twenty-somethings, then make a date with Dear Zindagi. You won’t live to regret it.

  • Spy series are inherently masculine and Force 2 doesn’t do much to correct that. We have the token heroic introductory scenes to underline how indestructible Abraham is. There’s even a shirtless scene, showcasing his gleaming torso, inserted in the first ten minutes.

  • As far as performances go, every one does their bit but they are let down by a confused storyline. Watch this only if you are a Rock On groupie, otherwise skip it.

  • Kapoor steals the thunder from the two women. His anguish and his propensity to wail when he’s dumped makes him immensely lovable. Reserve this for a one-time watch. What’s not to love about a posh posse who are stupid and stubborn in love?

  • Watch Mirzya if you have a penchant for folk tales, poetry and mysticism. This grand love tragedy requires you to show a willingness to be transported to a land where lovers are skittish and crazy.

  • While this may not be Pandey’s best Bollywood innings, it’s definitely watchable.

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