• The cast overall remains a big draw in a film that somehow becomes mediocre somewhere down its runtime, despite its subject. ‘Mission Mangal’ ends up an ordinary film about an extraordinary feat. 

  • There are flashes of brilliance from the prop cast. Sanjay Mishra as Babli’s father, Javed Jaffrey as Hukum Singh, and Aparshakti Khurana as Babli’s friend are a delight to watch, but their performances are hampered by shoddy writing.

    Jabariya Jodi is a case of jabariya filmmaking. That’s not amusing at all.

  • Khandaani Shafakhana betrays most flaws that efforts of debutant directors in Bollywood normally do. Hopefully, Shilpi Dasgupta will give us a better second film.

  • Judgementall Hai Kya has its flaws. The film’s novelty factor, however, is simply too tempting to gloss over. Don’t be too judgemental about its flaws, and you might just love this one.

  • This is a great story of a man who decided the poor can be privileged if educated. That a king’s son need not be a king. It would have taken a really daft director to ruin a story so inspiring. That, Vikas Bahl, is not. Lucky that he is good. Lucky for Anand Kumar. This movie has anointed him for good.

  • With crisp editing and screenplay, Ayushmann Khurrana outshines as a cop. With a thick moustache and dressed like an Englishman, the actor justifies his character in every scene. Can watch the film with your family, friends and is for all age groups

  • The film is Shahid Kapoor’s canvas and he portrays the noir and naturally flawed character, Kabir Singh with unmatched sincerity. A nuanced performance, inclusive of all the excesses his character is guilty of, Shahid makes them look real, even though in reality they may seem incredulous. His pain, anger, obsession, caring and even self-destruction appear raw and real.

  • Kabir Singh is definitely not a film you can watch with your family. Your partner or friends are the perfect company to watch Kabir Singh with. Kabir Singh will make you laugh, cry and love, and do it all with a lot of passion.

  • A novel concept in Bollywood derailed by writing and direction…As Bharat, Salman Khan is charismatic, but lacks on-screen energy.

  • Bharat is not a patriotic film, it has all the elements required to make a full-fledged masala pot-boiler. With some age-old ideologies sprinkled with newness, Salman’s film will entertain audience.

Viewing item 1 to 10 (of 409 items)