• If you are looking out for some power-packed content then, opt for this bold shade of lipstick which has a long-lasting impact!

  • Jagga Jasoos is a trip to the fantasyland but unfortunately, a bumpy one with Ranbir Kapoor saving the day for us! This one falls short of being ‘Tukka Laga Nishaane Pe’!

  • Makes You Cringe In Your Seats With Its Shitty Ideas For Laughs!

  • Mom is not just a revenge saga. It runs deeper than that and talks about a mother’s undying love.
    The film reminded me of Agatha Christie’s famous words, “A mother’s love for her child is like nothing else in the world. It knows no law, no pity. It dares all things and crushes down remorsely all that stands in its path.”
    In a nutshell, Mom is worth every penny for Sridevi- Nawazuddin’s stellar act and Ravi Udyawar’s brilliant execution!

  • There’s a dialogue in the film which goes like- “Yakeen ek tubelight ki tarah hota hai…der se jalta hai…lekin jab jalta hai, toh full light kar deta hai.” The same holds true for Salman Khan’s Eid release Tubelight. It takes its own sweet time to flicker but then barely lasts to shine bright!

  • Bank Chor is a poor cousin of Dhoom franchise minus all the frills. Stay away from this buffoonery if getting ‘bheja-fried’ isn’t your idea of entertainment!

  • Romance, comets, revenge, dreams and death wishes- Raabta has it all! But it’s Sushant Singh Rajput- Kriti Sanon’s alluring chemistry which turns out to be a more ‘paas rakhe ki cheez’!

  • Whether a Sachin Tendulkar fan or not, this film will leave you cheering and hooting for sure along with some nostalgia dripping!
    You will realize what was it about this Mumbai boy that made one of the greatest batsman of all times, Sir Donald Bradman once say, ‘I see myself when I see Sachin batting’.
    In a nutshell, Sachin makes us fall in love with him all over again!

  • Barring a pretentious climax and a few cliches, Hindi Medium is a class worth getting enrolled to especially for Irrfan Khan’s brilliant performance and the crisp humour!

  • Director Mohit Suri seems to have taken the ‘half’ in the film’s title a tad too seriously when it came to big screen. Mediocre performances and sluggish pace play a major spoilsport here.
    The film has a couple of instances where Riya (Shraddha) is seen crooning ‘Stay A Little Longer’. Wonder if that was meant for the restless lot of us who were waiting for the end credits to roll soon!

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