• John Abraham starrer not Independence Day treat, but good one-time watch

  • It is an inspirational tale, but not a masterpiece. Watch it for Vidya and Akshay’s patches of brilliance.

  • The child in me was too excited but as an adult I was left wanting for a little more than what I witnessed. ‘Hakuna Matata’ take your child or inner child along while watching the film!

  • If you are not an MCU fan, it’s high time you become one and take a part in the beautiful journey of Infinity Saga. 

  • Don’t go with high expectations and you might end up enjoying ‘Luka Chuppi’ on a movie-date. 

  • DO NOT MISS ‘Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga’. Let’s take this story to the smallest of towns. Let the Sweetys in every village and every town know that they are normal!

  • …the film hits an emotional plateau. It fails to make you feel deeply for its characters. You wish you had a tear for at least one of them. Had that happened, Baazaar would be considered a much better investment…If powerplay and money matters interest you, watch Baazaar. 

  • Paltan is definitely worth a watch as it relives India’s 1967 triumph over China and rouses our patriotic feelings.

  • Vishwaroop 2 boasts of some great cameos by Shekhar Kapur, Waheeda Rahman and Jaideep Ahlawat but they are so good in whatever little screen-time they have got that sometimes you feel they are wasted in the film. The spy-thriller doesn’t rely much on jingoism, though, which is a relief.

  • Mulk is worth a watch because it focuses on some pivotal issues of the day.

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