• You can blow up a million sumos, picturise ever fighting scene with real lions and scream “Now I’ve lost it” in every language you can muster. At the end of Independence Day, its Bajirao Singham action that will do the Koli dance to the box office tune. Not the critics.

  • Akshay Akkineni has reopened the door to a genre that urgently needs some fresh talent to invigorate it. Hopefully, just maybe, someone that will deliver. For now, Pizza is a decayed affair with some fresh toppings.

  • By the end of it, you neither remember the music [Pritam], the camerawork, the editing or for that matter, the reason why you wanted to watch the film in the first place.

  • My Friend Pinto has a long way to go before he can befriend the audience.

  • Oh dear. Where to begin with the film, Rascals. Sometimes the level that our writers go to recreate a hit can be baffling.

  • Mere Brother Ki Dulhan lacks originality and leaves one guessing what it would have been like without the loopholes.

  • So while Singham does roar his loudest, it doesn’t always frighten.

  • Yes, you laugh at some instances but when you’re expected to turn off your brain and relax to a nice guffaw fest film, you know you’re heading the wrong way if your brain switches on again.

  • In a nutshell, Kucch Luv Jaisa lures the audience to the screens but doesn’t know what to do with them, becoming a clear case of curiosity killed the cat.

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