• On the whole, Yamla Pagla Deewana is a mass entertainer for the single-screen audiences. It will do well in single-screen cinemas but average in multiplexes. A couple of distributors who’ve paid unreasonably high prices may lose part of their investments but those losses will be less than the profits made by the producers.

  • What’s Good: The first half; the performances. What’s Bad: The second half which is a routine revenge drama; the difficulty which the lay viewer will face while trying to understand the Bundelkhandi dialect in which the dialogues are spoken.Verdict: Paan Singh Tomar does not make too much of a mark, thanks to the dull second half.Watch or Not?: Watch it for Irrfan Khan’s performance and also for the other actors.

  • On the whole, Dhobi Ghat is a gentry film for a very select audience which likes festival films. It will have to rely on Aamir Khan’s presence in its cast and the Republic Day holiday mid-week to take its collections to a somewhat respectable level.

  • Lafangey Parindey doesn’t connect too well with the viewer. Great music and strong emotions could’ve done the trick. As it is, it will prove to be a loser in spite of a moderate budget.

  • On the whole, Happy Husbands faces truly unhappy box-office prospects because it entertains neither husbands nor wives – nor any class of audience, for that matter!

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