• Sonali Cable promises a lot but, couldn’t quite stand to it. Debutant director Charudutt Acharya who last wrote the screenplay and dialogues of Ayushmann Khuranna starrer ‘Nautanki Saala’ doesn’t completely loses its way but in the end it doesn’t quite satisfy us.

  • The movie just works for our lead couple performances, who try to hard to conceal the badly sketched story line.

  • Overall, with editor Soham Mehta’s smooth transitions and effective background score by Daniel Walter and Christopher Carmichael, this well-etched documentary is entertaining, but lacks historical value or essence.

  • Bang Bang justifies the humongous buzz created in these days. Go for it as Hrithik and Katrina are in there to amuse you throughout.

  • Haider is a classic creation minus Bollywood’s cliché elements. It needs patience and your devotion.

  • The first half is sufficiently loaded with desi guns and their ‘thaae thaae’ which gives you more headache than any logical stance. Unfortunately, it is carried forward in the second half minus any sense but plus some over the top emotional drama.

  • …whatever Habib has in his junket is surely to be tried once.
    He may have missed out on appropriate amount of spices or may have just scalded couple of the recipes but he manages to keep us engaged in his carnival ‘Daawat-e-Ishq’.

  • …despite its predictable narration is a joy to watch.

  • Mary Kom is just the kind of tribute fans would have wished to give to the Olympic medalist. It’s a sure shot winner.

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