• The male leads, separated by a couple of generations and united by their ability to land punches and execute pirouettes without breaking a sweat, set the screen on fire. Fortunately for War, there is barely a scene without either of them.

  • Wannabe show boat meets dreamboat in The Zoya Factor, a movie that both suffers from miscasting and benefits from perfect casting.

  • Ayushmann Khurrana is in fine form as the hero as well as the heroine…Raaj Shaandilyaa directs Ayushmann Khurrana as a call centre employee who puts on a woman’s voice and gathers a fleet of admirers.

  • What works best for the nostalgia-flecked Chhichhore is its warm and non-judgemental evocation of the wonder years. The earnest Anni arrives at a college modelled on the Indian Institute of Technology and learns that he has been assigned to Hostel Number 4. This is where the “losers” are dumped. Although Anni initially attempts to move out, he soon succumbs to its charms.

  • Lots of empty talk and pointless swagger…

  • A space opera with a little bit of science…

  • Inexplicably convoluted and unforgivably long…

  • Neither whodunit or even whydunit, Judgementall Hai Kya is never quite able to match its ambitions. Buried somewhere in the rubble is the ghost of a movie about why madness is sometimes the only sane response to violence.

  • Strong performances cannot rescue a weak and confused whodunit
    Prakash Kovelamudi’s comedy-tinged thriller stars Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao.

  • Like this year’s Gully Boy, Super 30 suggests that with talent and commitment, it is possible to cross over from the other side of the tracks. Leap high towards your goals, Anand tells his students. The formula is as pat as the solution, but many parts of the journey makes this classroom victory worth the while.

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