• A nicely narrated story of how common people’s lives were impacted during an emergency. I would recommend watching this one.

  • While Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is visually stunning, but that is not enough to keep the viewer hooked on to it. Infants who stare at cartoon programs on TV even when you put the television on mute might enjoy watching this.

  • The film leaves you feeling good and happy. An enjoyable weekend watch with kids.

  • The trailer looked promising and I had entered the hall with some expectations if not a lot. But the film turned out to be a disappointment.

    Even Tiger’s dance and Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s brilliant performance will not be able to save this film.

  • This is a brave film which many in this male chauvinistic society might find difficult to digest.

    Although I failed to understand what is so “lady-oriented” about the film I would definitely thank CBFC for making me more curious about it.

  • This one surely is a masterpiece from master storyteller Christopher Nolan…

  • This is not a family entertainer or a film which everyone would like to watch. But if you are enthusiastic about stories dealing with the complexities of relationships in the urban life and can sit through boring films then you might like this.

  • The film, a revenge drama also comes with the message that violence or war is not the solution, not always. After all, an eye for an eye only makes the whole world go blind! What will happen if we keep on fighting each other and exhaust ourselves one day?

  • I would highly recommend watching this musical with a fresh and interesting script and nice music. This is surely one of Ranbir Kapoor’s best performances.

  • It’s a khichdi of a film which leads nowhere. It tries to be funny but it is not, it tries to get people’s sympathy but fails there too, it tries to get serious and then again funny— the audience is super bored meanwhile. Better to avoid these guests.

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