• Simmba is a perfect finish for Bollywood and movie goers. The film offers the most important aspect that cinema evolved for – ENTERTAINMENT, that too unlimited. Leave your logic and brains outside, might have a good time.

  • Zero is an ambitious project, has various sub stories etched into its 165-minute run time. Its no hidden secret that Bauua the loner in Meerut was more enjoyable. Why do Bollywood stars always need to take the train to stardom – refer to those hi-life suave stylish livelihood. Its time for SRK to go back to his good old acting days with a sense of audience connect, that’s exactly where his strength lies.

  • Watch Sanju for Ranbir’s transformation into one of India’s most controversial actor. Sanju is a display of some fine acting with a story that mostly reveals what the world already knows on a light hearted note

  • ‘Indu Sarkar’ is like a hard-hitting tale which reveals the horror witnessed in the mid 70’s era.

  • ‘Mubarakan’ is enjoyable and celebrates the fun and the Kapoors. Fill you popcorn tub and go and enjoy this time pass masala entertainer.

  • ‘Munna Michael’ is a weakest imitation of the legendary Michael Jackson version of entertainment.

  • ‘Jagga Jasoos’ is an over ambitious project which could have been a game changer film in Hindi cinema.

  • ‘Guest Iin London’ is like a stale sequel which leave a bad taste for a long time.

  • ‘Mom’ is like a tale of fiery tigress, who can do anything in order to protect her cub. It’s a taut thriller which deserved to be seen.

  • ‘Tubelight’ fails to enlighten nor manages to get rid of the gloomy darkness in the world of entertainment. It’s a decent effort with a half-baked script and slow presentation.

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