• Unlike the pessimistic but realistic ending of Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro, O Teri ends with the scamsters getting their just desserts and people becoming aware of their notoriety. It leaves us with a false hope — an empty feeling — much like the film itself…

  • The film doesn’t offer us an escape from reality nor does it warn us against the evils of consumerism. It isn’t even an out-and-out comedy. Its this neither here nor there quality that goes against it and stops you from enjoying it to its true extent.

  • Queen is definitely a step in right direction for Indian cinema. Let’s hope it paves the way for more story-centric films in future. After Vidya and Priyanka, Kangana has staked her claim as the right choice for gutsy roles. And that’s a good thing too.

  • Sampat Pal needlessly fought for a stay. She needn’t have worried. This Gulaab Gang has nothing to do with her pioneering efforts against domestic violence. The film is a pure masala entertainer. It’s another action film following the same tired patterns. The only difference is that instead of the hero and villain being men, it has women squaring off each other.

  • I’m sure Sanjay Dutt doesn’t want such films as a part of his legacy. So for the love of god and movies, he should say no to such proposals in the future. He should stick to Gandhigiri and not policegiri.

  • It could have been an edge-of-the-seat thriller if more care was taken. Sadly, Shortcut Romeo leaves the viewer with an unsatisfied taste in the mouth.

  • Remember Ocean’s Eleven? What if Danny Ocean and his rat pack had magic tricks up their sleeves along with desperate ideas involving improbable heists? Cool, isn’t it. Well, Louis Leterrier returns to form with this heist/revenge drama.

  • If you are tired of watching no-brainer masala movies then give a chance to this heart-warming tale about passion, friendship and forgiveness. Iit might strengthen your faith that good Hindi cinema isn’t dead yet.

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