• Namaste England, which uses the same template of 2007 hit Namastey London, is forced and takes the audience for granted.

  • Tumbbad is miles above the average Indian fantasy-horror film in terms of both sophistication and vision.

  • Since the film focuses mainly on Neil’s family relationships, the moon mission feels secondary, and therefore it lacks lot of drama.

  • Bollywood fans have a good appetite for sappy love stories, but Jalebi is a kind of a film where fans will pray for the end to come as quickly and painlessly as possible. With a catch-line like ‘everlasting taste of love’, the film had a promise of delicious recipe of romance but this is a poorly baked dish which is completely devoid of any taste, forget the everlasting effect.

  • A wonderful actress already, Kajol is the sure shot reason you love watching Helicopter Eela throughout.

  • Venom volumes up its darker tone, but it ends up being bizarre and lazy than smart and gritty.

  • Sriram Raghavan has set his focus on making the usually serious murder mystery a gripping yet entertaining one.

  • Manto is quite realistic in terms of changing dynamics of a relationship – be it friendship, marriage or even life as a whole. That is truly the crux and the best part of the film – because it stays true to what life as a whole is – bunch of roses with thorns.

  • Shahid is the gravy of a spicy misal while Shraddha, Yami, Divyendu and other actors are just the toppings.

  • The film can be viewed as a beautiful character study about three fallible persons, but somehow compatible on a deeper level.

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