• 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.

  • Rajkumar Gupta’s directorial – “India’s Most Wanted” – is a rare film on counter-terrorism which seems to show no inclination to overplay its cards,

  • Overall, with entertainment and romance, thrown in with equal measure, De De Pyaar De is an enjoyable film that is endearing.

  • The dialogues sound like group chats where everyone tries to be the smartest. The songs and dances are unbearably campy. The retro number Yeh jawani hai deewani is the perfect anthem for a film dedicated to the “josh and junoon” of the young.

    Sadly not this one. Not this car wreck of a movie.

  • Student of the Year 2 is all in all a light-hearted rom-com mingled with retro mixes, making the film a one-time watch.

  • But then again, this could be a wildly profound reading of a film that wants to be mischievous enough to be “India’s Oceans 11”. It succeeds in being that, and then some more.

  • The razor sharp edits are flawless as they seamlessly blend motion capture frames with the computer generated images. The 3D effects and elaborate background score are bonus to the viewing experience.

    Overall, this spectacular film would be a fans delight.

  • Madhuri Dixit as Bahar Begum disappoints and seems out of place even in the dance performance which appears forced and uncalled for.

    Overall, love conquers all in this period drama.

  • Overall, with aggressive pacing, the film is well-researched and potent in nature. But with the timing of its release and the undertones in its messaging, this film appears to be a propaganda film that neither ignites any patriotic fervour nor journalistic appeal.

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