• The Accidental Prime Minister, at its core, stages itself as a relationship of two men beset by palace politics in the world’s largest democracy. If you are moved by this fictionalised version of Dr Manmohan Singh and Sanjaya Baru then you’d have had a good time watching this piece. If not, que sera sera.

  • Vishwaroopam 2 is watchable and its race-against-time thriller mode is the its major plus!

  • Nothing original, surprising or remotely unpredictable
    Filled with a plethora of social messages and political propaganda to set the grand stage for Rajinikanth’s political entry

  • With ace production values, the film is well-made. The only sore point is the loud background score that kills the subtlety of the subject.
    Overall, Hichki remains in your mental space long after you leave the theatre.

  • Neeraj Pandey is no Costa-Gavras. But for our hard-earned bucks, this filmmaker drives in a forceful message on subtly in the defence hierarchy better than any Indian filmmaker. One day, I hope to see him do a film on Bofors and then the Rafale deal to complete his defence trilogy.

  • Baahubali The Conclusion like the first part is an example of a film made with high technical imagery. The final part is also epic in its scale and ambition and is racy. The answer to “Why Kattappa Killed Baahubali?” is told in the second half but the movie has many highlights. It is a film made with sentiment sequences and heroism-elevating scenes. But the material also has many flaws, which will be noticed more once the dust settles down. Despite these flaws (weak romance/lengthy fights, tad predictable climax), the film gives total entertainment and reinforces Rajamouli’s supremacy in telling stories with visual effects. Watch it.

  • A brilliant film…Three rousing cheers to producer PVP Cinemas for pumping in so much money, effort and technical expertise into this movie.

  • Overall, Kabali is neither a Rajinikanth film nor a Ranjith film — it’s a mixed bag!

  • Overall, Udta Punjab, with all the hype it created in the media for its “expression of creative freedom” is worth a watch, only for the performances and social message.

  • Overall, Udta Punjab, with all the hype it created in the media for its “expression of creative freedom” is worth a watch, only for the performances and social message.

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