• NEERJA, the movie, celebrates one of our own. More importantly it celebrates humanity and service before self.

    A brave movie! A poignant tale! A movie worth going miles to see!

  • I’m sorry if you did not understand the story. Neither did I!


  • For youngsters who are looking for something light and romantic, LS would be an apt choice.

  • FITOOR packs in a lot visually (DOP – Anay Goswamy) and held out a promise to be Danielle Steel’s The Promise. However, it remains just that, a promise!

  • …senseless merry-go-round! Right towards the end the director duo throw in a sickness element in the hope of salvaging the drowning ship. But no, nothing can be done because by then the ship has hit rock bottom.

  • This is pure action and Sunny fans are going to have a screaming time in the theatres.

  • …is nowhere in the league of a good sports film, but considering the release it is lined up against this week, it is definitely worth a watch.

  • There are silly jokes and even sillier depictions of them. It’s like all forwarded jokes have been shot separately for laughs; then Milap Zaveri sat in the studio placing them in sequences. He probably might have gotten slapped on the back for his genius by his ‘chelas’. This probably has to be the laziest film put together: No creativity, no originality, overall no class. Even crass can be depicted with a little bit of class. You don’t have to shove ‘beeps’ in front of the camera all the time and lay down those ‘beeps’ on the table where French fries can’t be located! Disgusting!

  • JUGNI is for those who love everything right in their cinema: performance, music and direction.

  • After BABY, Akshay Kumar delivers yet another thriller with deadpan calm. Here too, a flight takes off at the end, but there’s no drama at the take-off like in Neeraj Pandey’s film.

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