• Ankhon Dekhi is jump from the routine Friday mill for its moments and Sanjay Mishra’s flawless performance. But we wished Bauji had all the potential to be transformed into modern day ‘Anand’ if it could have glued to one track and not committed the suicide to fly without having the required wings of audience heart strings..

    Ankho Dekhi is a sad miss we saw what the maker couldn,t see And what the maker saw we couldn’t see..

  • ‘Dedh Ishqyia’ is creatively the best continuation of B-town’s popular series after Munnabhai. It is vintage, refreshing, stirring, satisfying, witty, edgy, stylish and open-minded, sexy, snaky and oomphy. B.O. may continue to feel proud for its ‘Dhoom’ by those masala ‘Dabangg’ entertainers but nothing is cinematically as satisfying as ‘Dedh Ishqyia’ in the B-town series and desi spaghetti con genre.

  • Give this film a chance. It tells a lot without speaking much.

  • What impresses from beginning till the end of this effort from debutant director Maneesh Sharma is the fact that never once does ‘Band Baaja Baaraat’ leave it’s own character. It retains a certain authenticity to it throughout its length that makes the proceedings believable and the kind that one can easily relate to.

  • …a stylish, spirited, nostalgia with power packed performance; Miss it at your own risk.

  • There’s little regard for suspense or audience sophistication needed in a con movie

  • Sometimes, films like ‘Paa’ does make Bollywood stand upright with honour. Hats off to filmmaker Balakrishnan!! Amitabh owes a lot to this auteur for delineating his persona with new-fangled dimensions. An ad filmmaker would usually overflow with creative quotients and Balki seems to posses them in excess. The filmmaker surpasses his ‘Paa’ setting asunder with other Hindi films based on various disorders and emotional relationships.

  • ‘Dil Bole Hadippa’ isn’t an appreciable piece of work from Yash Raj Banner. Sparing the exotic locations and performance by Rani Mukherji, the film hasn’t got anything special to watch out for.

  • Both Saif and Deepika are convincing as Jai and Meera. Saif has pulled of an astounding act as urbane, flirty, idiotic, confused Jai and is likeable as the younger Veer too. Deepika has enacted way beyond her previous roles. Rishi Kapoor is the eternal lover boy and is cute and adorable in the film. All in all this film makes you fall love with the idea of falling in love all over again.

  • Mokashi seems to have a detailed study on both Phalke and Harishchandra and restages scenes and anecdotes. Period look is detailed. The lingo used, the costumes, and the colour tone everything is in sync with the era. Madhav as Phalke and Vibhavari as his wife and pillar of support are picture perfect. The second half when the actual film making begins becomes more entertaining

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