• 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!

  • In a nutshell, RGV’s Twitter page is much more entertaining than this 132 min borefest! It’s time the filmmaker refurbishes his factory of films. Until then our solace lies in his previous body of work like Satya and Company!

  • Baahubali 2 has its set of flaws but what’s remarkable is that it wins you over with its honest performances, brilliant execution and magnificent scale. Go for this fantasy world, which has all the elements in the right place and makes up for a succulent feast!

  • Maatr is watchable solely for Raveena Tandon’s shining performance as a wronged woman who doesn’t mind staining her hands with the blood of her perpetrators who inflicted her with a life-scarring incident. It scores high on intention but unfortunately falls short of being a hard-hitting film.

  • Sonakshi Sinha’s latest offering isn’t a picture-perfect world when it comes to viewing as it has its own set of flaws. But it does make up for a fluffy watch with your pals who stick by your side no matter what life tosses at you. In a nutshell, Noor’s self-discovery journey triumphs over her journalist self and she at least deserves a chance!

  • Begum Jaan isn’t an easy watch. It makes you squirm at the double standards prevailing in the society. At the same time, it comforts you with a hope that ‘woh subah kabhi toh aayegi’. Watch it for Vidya Balan whose piercing eyes and firebrand dialogues gives you ample of goosebump-inducing moments!

  • This shaadi ka laddoo doesn’t leave you with a pleasant taste in the mouth. Instead a trip to an actual wedding would do you more good for at least you return home back with a happy face. Towards the end, there is a family portrait moment in Laali Ki Shaadi Mein Laaddoo Deewana where everyone flashes a smile and goes ‘All is well’. Sadly, that’s just not applicable to us post the watch!

  • Poorna has its heart in the right place. It’s like that comfort food which warms you up on days when things go low. Go for it if you are looking out for some extraordinary stories of ordinary people!

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