• Family drama is given a new dimension here with Zoya Akhtar laying out perfect solutions to a messed-up family. It’s her sheer unmatched quality that this two-flick old director possesses, while dealing with the subjects of relationship. She doesn’t coerce the judgement over what really the key should be for lucrative living but simply chalks out the modern dots in a breezy manner.

  • Unlike other films that speak about dystopian societies, ‘Tomorrowland’ has a very positive and optimistic approach. Visually, the film is bright and cheerful thanks to cinematographer Claudio Miranda’s brilliant camera work, production designer Scott Chambliss’s fine production output and music composer Michael Giacchino’s elevating background score.

  • The movie has every reason to draw and hold your attention. With a few minor flaws that could have been avoidable, Tanu Weds Manu Returns is a compelling watch. Above all, it’s Kangana Ranaut who steals the show yet again.

  • Depsite these few flaws, Bombay Velvet can be watched for Ranbir-Anushka’s sizzling chemistry amidst drastically transforming Bombay into Mumbai. Also be ready for Karan Johar’s surprise act.

  • Despite everything, the film survives to tell-a-tale that is relevant today. ‘Gabbar Is Back’ knocks the bottom off the action genre with a breathless ode to Swachh Bharat. The film may appear louder-than-life instead of larger-than-life but the tone is unapologetic massy. You can’t change the disintegrating social order by being delicate towards it. Akshay Kumar amazingly, through his bearded, brooding leadership, explains that.

  • There is an urgent need for men to get involved in bringing an end to the violence against women and criticize it loud and clear every time it takes place until it ends in the end.

    Watch it as it speaks against everything that is wrong in our nation.

  • …a conventional love story set in Haridwar, which has equal measures of fun, romance and ultimately entertainment.

  • Badlapur is a psychological roller coaster. It’s a brilliant cinema that would change the meaning revenge thrillers.

  • On the whole, Khamoshiyan is an engrossing fare that meets the expectations.

  • With some genuine scary moments and Bipasha-Karan’s scorching chemistry, Alone stands apart from numerous horrible horror flicks made in the past.

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