• Haraamkhor may not appeal to the regular Bollywood audience but if you’re a Nawazuddin Siddiqui fan and love watching performance-oriented films, this shouldn’t be missed at all…

  • To have a movie revolve around just two characters is hard but Kukunoor does it and how! He proves yet again why he is a filmmaker to reckon with.

    In the recent years, I can’t remember watching a film with a big smile on my face throughout. You’ll probably feel the same after watching Dhanak. 

  • Kripalani does a fine job as director and gives us a compelling narrative which may not appease to the regular Bollywood audience. But if you love the thrills and heebie-jeebies, then Phobia is for YOU!

  • Story wise, the makers have done a fine job to keep it to the point. Thanks to Matt Brown for making a film on this mathematician genius who certainly deserves to known in his own country.

  • Overall, Nil Battey Sannata throws light not only the endearing mother-daughter relationship but also subtly explores issues like poverty and education.

  • While the original got registers jingling down South, the Hindi version too isn’t bad at all. It’s a typical Bollywood masala film which has all the ingredients to entertain you – naach-gaana, romance, action and comedy! So if you’re planning to watch Tevar this weekend, it wouldn’t be a bad idea. And if you are a Arjun Kapoor fan then I think you shouldn’t miss this one at least for him!

  • Very rare a film comes which isn’t Hindi, has no melodrama, is off-beat, has established actors and has a simple yet meaningful script. Finding Fanny is one of them. Like me, if you love watching movies no matter what the genre is, then do catch this film. But not with your parents!

  • This one is about Salman Khan, all the way. So if want to laugh and be entertained this weekend, go watch Jai Ho!

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