• … is a typical Salman Khan film, where emotions outdo reality. Nonetheless, it’s an entertainer which you wouldn’t like to miss. Watch it for the Bajrangi-Munni bond and Nawazuddin’s mind-blowing performance.

  • …is a wonderful family film, which will certainly make you wear a broad smile.

  • If you would like to see different kind of cinema and are a fan of Nawazuddin, then ‘Badlapur’ isn’t something that you can afford to miss. Varun too will surprise you with his mature performance.

    Do grab a ticket this weekend to head to ‘Badlapur’.

  • …is fun-filled because it’s all about looking for what you need, what you want. It helps you find humour even in grief. But in the end, it’s all about finding love.

    Wonder why? Grab your ticket to know why and see if you too can join the crazy five in their mission to ‘Find Fanny’.

  • They do succeed in sending out a message strong and loud enough- to treat animals with respect and love. If you like watching clean films and wish to take your family along for a movie, then ‘Entertainment’ best suits your requirement.

  • …may not be a typical film meant to taste success at the Box Office. The film does speak about issues that need urgent attention, but may not be enough to draw people to the theatres. But Juhi Chawla’s performance in the film isn’t worth a miss. So watch it for her.

  • 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’.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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