• Released only a few days after Valentine’s Day, clearly to cash in on extended revelries, Ekk Tha Deewana may draw in the crowd. But it’ll still remain only a tiresome journey of a couple in love.

    A simple and sweet story treated badly. Skip. Simple.

  • When was the last time you took a long walk with your husband/wife? Talked about the natural beauty you saw around? About young children who’d soon grow up to become responsible individuals? Or just went up to an estranged friend and repented for being a rogue?

  • The boys are a fun lot but not fun enough to keep you entertained throughout. Skip this adda and pick up a DVD of Pyaar Ka Punchnama instead.

  • What could have been an entertaining and perky comedy turns out to be silly and unbearable even in the first half. A total waste of resources, watch Loot at your own risk.

  • Hema Malini chooses to direct similar emotionally-charged scenes on loop, this time in Turkey. The cinematography here is breathtaking but unfortunately not enough to keep you hooked.

  • You decide which part of the duniya you’re part of. We love the angry young man of the 70s and 80s. Bachchan saab, aaj khush toh bahut hoge tum, but this angry, wanna-be buddah does not make us feel the same.

  • It’s certainly no ‘risk’ to miss out on the momentary thrills that Bhindi Bazaar offers. If you’re not a hopeless Mumbai freak in search of these, stay at home, sip a cup of chai and enjoy the rains.

  • Bheja Fry 2 lives up to its name, deep-frying your head with its bland existence two times over. Bellary has said in an interview that he wasn’t keen on Bheja Fry 3. Thank God for small mercies.

  • Go for this one with a bottle of patience. It runs for so long that you could start hallucinating whether the movie is real.

  • There isn’t much going for the film apart from Patekar’s wit and Kashyap’s acting talent. Without them, this film would probably have not got a single star.

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