• Seriously a ‘dramatic representation’ of India’s Mangalyaan…Akshay Kumar and Vidya Balan starrer Mission Mangal tells an untold story, however, it holds attention intermittently.

  • Watch it for its uniqueness, and the edge-of-seat thrill. Also, here is Kangana in her most weird avatar till date. 

  • Pankaj Tripathi, like always didn’t fail to impress with his stellar command on his acting skills. The actor plays the role of a education minister who runs a flourishing coaching business in the film. Mrunal Thakur, who played the love interest of Hrithik Roshan in the film, looked gorgeous and also delivered a great performance. However, she didn’t have much to do in the film.

  • Salman Khan’s inexhaustible swag and Ali Abbas Zafar’s direction make for a perfect Eid gift…

  • PM Narendra Modi manages to hit the right chord among all the fans of PM Modi and also highlights the true aura behind the most powerful leader of our country.

  • Honestly, you aren’t missing out on something big this weekend. This rousing war-drama is definitely a one-time watch. Don’t miss it if you are a true Kangana Ranaut fan.

  • Produced by Ronnie Secrewvala, this war-drama flings acceptable reasons to watch it -from star performances to the action sequences. A few people in the bunch of movie-goers will give a thumbs up to the film for its honest making!

  • The second half might let you down a bit, despite good performances by the cast. Initially it was an enjoyable ride, but after Bauua decides to go on space exploration, it slows down the momentum.

    We love Aanand L Rai’s world and would have warmly accepted more of his imperfect and endearing small-town characters. Also, the story could have been left open-ended.

  • Last year, Aamir Khan gave us such a wonderful Diwali gift with Secret Superstar, which was a soul-warming story of a mother-daughter duo. However, we cannot say such about Thugs of Hindostan. It was definitely not the Diwali hamper we were looking forward to.

  • Though second half gets a tad slow, Hirani holds your interest firmly with an equal dose of humour, emotions and a bit of suspense. After a long time, we have a film with good songs which you can hum even after coming out of the theatre. Sanju is definitely worth your time.

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