• Actors known to be unfailingly effective find themselves being placed on slippery ground as they struggle with their lines of pick-axe bravado.

  • While the story does lack an intellectual plot to make this intriguing enough, John Abraham carries the film on his shoulders.

  • The lack of a creative driver behind the film leads to a level of fundamental dissatisfaction.

  • Badla is cleverly scripted and executed with a brilliant cast. It is both engaging and enjoyable. The unexpected ending is the cream on the top of this well-crafted suspense thriller. It is also probably a rare Bollywood film that you have to love because it manages to outsmart you!

  • Anchored by terrific performances by its star-ensemble, Chaubey brings his assured directorial mind to an eerily beautiful film.

  • While this kind of story feels a bit familiar, its excellent music & sense of realism along with the fine performances make up for it.

  • Manikarnika is a misguided and typical effort bolstered by only a few noteworthy aspects. Still, Kangana Ranaut remains as the Queen.

  • URI is edge-of-your-seat ride through recent history featuring Vicky Kaushal’s competent performance at its centre.

  • Simmba boils down to yet another poorly pencilled script that tries to compensate it’s shortcomings with every other ludicrous means.

  • The film is overlong and predictable, but it retains it’s excitement and holds the audience’s attention to the end.

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