• The problem with today’s comedies is that they think they can get away with cast and canvas, and making poker faces on posters would led to the belief that they have made an entertaining film for families. Actors participating in such comedies usually say in interviews and write on social media how their films are not for critics and request the audiences to leave their brains at home. I did exactly that, didn’t apply any logic or brain, all I desired was laughter… where’s that? Whom should I talk to now?

  • For all its flaws, The Sky Is Pink works for the simple moral science lesson it leaves behind: Your loved ones matter most. Come to think of it, nothing regales the true-blue Bollywood buff than that sort of a message.

  • Joaquin Phoenix shines in this dark tale…Joker is a dark and disturbing take on the origins of the DC villain

  • If War was always about its leading men, the duo manages to deliver some thunder in this piece of absolute blunder. 

    Go for War only if you root for Hrithik and/or Tiger.

  • Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff share fantastic chemistry, but War isn’t half as fun as what the trailer promised

  • A rom-com centred on cricket would seem like a winning pitch. Sonam K. Ahuja’s new release is less ambitious about pushing an unconventional theme than her last, Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Lagaa, which makes this film more box-office-friendly and far more obvious in what it sets out to narrate.

  • The film has a winning premise, just like the book it has been inspired by, Anuja Chauhan’s The Zoya Factor, but Abhishek Sharma and Chauhan herself, fail to give the same magic and madness to the adaptation. It reeks of redundancy and gratuitousness. Zoya’s love for firecrackers, a scene involving old-age romance, Salmaan’s rivalry with Angad Bedi, who has issues of his own, all merely skim the surface, never succeeding to care for these characters, let alone rooting. The blame then goes to the weak acting, particularly by the leads, who try everything to make the charm and the chemistry work, alas all in vain.

  • Dream Girl is your film if you are looking for a couple of hours packed with feel-good fun. Only, don’t go in looking for deeper nuances just because the film flaunts Ayushmann Khurrana as its hero – there are none.

  • 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.

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