• With a stellar cast and a magnum production budget, Kalank looked every bit promising on paper. But, it simply fails to translate on the big screen. To put in Begum Bahar’s way, “Weak story and direction ka anjaam aksar tabaahi hi hota hai.”

  • With its fine detailing and superlative performances, Sujoy Ghosh’s cleverly-crafted Badla makes you realize that sometimes you can’t see what’s right in front of you.

  • Why Cheat India ticks off most of the boxes and Emraan Hashmi’s confident performance keeps you entertained. If only Soumik Sen’s writing and direction had a little more sharpness to it!

  • Anupam Kher’s Act Is Sincere But The Film Fails To Speak Loud!

  • Keeping all the debatable aspects aside, Uri manages to make your heart swell with pride for the armed forces who are always ready to sacrifice their lives for the nation.

  • Zero drives home an important point which we often tend to neglect in our pursue for being a perfect human being. While the film has its heart in the right place, even Shahrukh Khan’s cute dimples fail to pick up the faltering second-half when the writing goes haywire.

  • This Rich Blend Of Fantasy & Metaphor Leaves You Greedy For More!

  • Anurag Kashyap Paints Love On The Canvas In Its Truest Form!

  • Along with the laughs and scares, Stree also delivers a strong message without spelling it aloud and that’s where the film stands out the most. In one of the scenes, while speaking his heart out to Shraddha, Rajkummar says, “Mor jab saawan ke mausam mein jhoom uthata hain, toh sab log usse dekhar mantra mugdha ho jaate hain, jaise hum aapko dekhkar mantramugdha.’ The actor’s charming act does exactly that to you.

  • Akshay Kumar’s Gold shines bright with the stellar performances and Reema Kagti’s engaging narrative. At a point in Gold, one of the characters tell the other, “Jis Tarha Khel Mein Ball Ko Pass Kiya Jata Hai, Kabhi Kabhi Zindagi Mein Apne Supno Ko Pass Karna Padta Hai”. Reema’s creative vision translates on the celluloid quite seamlessly with Akshay & Co’s honest acts.

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