• A remake of Jon Favreau’s film by the same name, this film is more of a kitchen disaster than a chef’s signature dish. Unappetising!

  • Judwaa 2 is louder and bigger and bolder and Varun Dhawan may not be Salman Khan, but he holds his own, both as Prem and Raja. Fun watch for the younger generation.

  • It’s brave of a really young actor Shraddha Kapoor to want to play Marlon Brando in The Godfather. And full marks for effort. But Haseena Parkar is a poorly researched film, which just makes you laugh at the end of it all.

  • This version of avenge-your-daughter’s-rape film is so gory and violent, you wonder if they’re all living in some time warp. Who makes such films? And why should we watch such blood and gore?

  • A stickler for rules, Newton Kumar’ stubbornness and reality clash beautifully in this wonderfully written film.

  • The story of great escape of five prisoners from Lucknow Central jail is a decent watch because of the supporting cast.

  • Based loosely on the story of the Bombshell Bandit – Punjabi girl Sandeep Kaur, Simran could either be a great comic caper or a tragic story of greed gone wrong. It’s neither.

  • The biopic of the reluctant gangster Arun Gulab Gawli is brilliantly shot, the film gives us a great insight into the gangs that ruled Bombay during the seventies and eighties. A decent watch.

  • A remake of the Marathi film with the same name (it’s ‘Poshter Boys’), this comedy of errors gets really funny in places, and sags in others. It makes for a one-time watch.

  • A remake of the very successful Tamil film Kalyana Samayal Saadham, this Bollywood film is a one trick pony that is carried for two hours by a fine ensemble of supporting cast and some funny writing.

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