• The dialogues are simple and connect well with the audiences. The action sequences have been shot well and the cinematography is clean and impressive.

    Kudos to the Khan brothers for pulling off a film like ‘Jai Ho’.

  • `R…Rajkumar’ is a vague attempt to produce a film with a variety of emotions, but sadly you will find no trace of any kind of emotion, not even humour. The filmmaker has failed to make even a single moment where the movie viewer connects to any of the movie characters.

    Watch the film only if you don’t love yourself!

  • Overall, the film is first-rate as it brings down the curtain with a universal message of peace and love.

    You may watch the film if you love larger than life moments.

  • ‘Once Upon Ay Time In Mumbaai Dobaara’ is nothing but an out and out Akshay Kumar film with nothing more to offer.

  • Directed by Nikhil Advani, ‘D-Day’ gives you an optimistic visual reference to what could indeed be achieved, should one put in all what is needed to get hold of that one man – who tops India’s most wanted list.

  • ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ may not impress an average moviegoer, for it comes across as a very slow film. But it will certainly leave you with a sense of pride for having the legendary athlete as a fellow countryman.

    If you are a patriotic Indian, you will be left teary eyed and your head held high.

  • ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana 2’ has action aplenty but terribly fails to impress. Even Einstein (the orangutan) fails to cast his charm.

  • The ensemble cast will lift the credibility of the film even higher with its performance. ‘Aurangzeb’ is a film worth a watch for all its complexities!

  • Don’t give this film a miss. So do grab your ticket at the earliest and treat yourself with something that’s never seen before.

  • If you are a Salman Khan fan, you would love it for sure and the movie might rake-in the moolah because of the superstar! It will certainly entertain you if you leave your brains outside the theatre!

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