• Disgusting propaganda in which truth is a luxury…A host of worthy actors including Pankaj Tripathi and Naseeruddin Shah are wasted in this political propaganda on PM Lal Bahadur Shastri’s death.

  • The film has a positive message but it takes its own sweet time coming. However, I will take what we are getting in today’s political climate. Aparshakti’s Abbas, who has had enough of everyday religious bias, tells a man, “Alien nahi hu, Muslim hu.” The hypocrisy of vigilante justice in the name of saving our sanskriti is called out, “Yeh dharm nahi hai, mudda hai chunaav ke liye.” An extra half star, just for that.

  • Parineeti Chopra and Arjun Kapoor contribute to a silly and sexist film with their one-dimensional performances.

  • Loveyatri or Loveratri, the Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain film is an assault on your senses.

  • Butti Gul Meter Chalu had a lot of promise, but just like the government it targets, it fails to deliver.

  • Dharmendra, Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol fire their cottage industry once again with disastrous consequences for the audience.

  • Overall, Gold is a well plotted drama that sometimes devolves into schmaltz and melodrama. However, it gives us solid two-and-half hours of tricolour hued entertainment. We suggest XL sized popcorn tubs.

  • Everything ends well for everyone, strike one for melodrama. What begins as a slice-of-life film about following your dreams ends as a fairytale. It is charming but not rooted in reality. Life isn’t that forgiving; but perhaps the audiences will be.

  • The chemistry of all the couples is palpable, so is the hurt. Love comes in all shapes and sizes — sometimes it comes with violins, sometimes it shows you the middle finger. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is the latter, maybe that is why it feels so real.

  • Tom Hanks, Irrfan Khan-starrer is an adaptation of Dan Brown’s torturous novel. The only improvement it has on the book is that it ends in two hours.

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