• Go on this final voyage. The seas might get a bit rough but the pirates won’t rob you off a good time.

  • Meri Pyaari Bindu will appeal to the romantic in you, but watching the movie will be a battle between the brain and the heart. Your brain and the movie’s heart, that is.

  • This is the great debut that has come seven years into Sonakshi’s career. And for that, you must go meet Noor at theatre.

  • The plot is too skimpy and with its languid pacing, the movie eventually seems a bit indulgent. The filmmaker’s exposure to slow, contemplative festival films becomes apparent. But the unassuming characters and the humour make it a delightful watch.

    If in-your-face Bollywood blockbusters have bored you to death, Mukti Bhawan is your salvation.

  • It seems as though Phillauri could have gone in a lot of directions, but it took the road usually travelled.

  • Give it a shot, the storytelling isn’t strong enough to make you weep like a baby, but it will occasionally make you giggle like one.

  • RSVP Yes to this wedding; it’s grand, with good music, great people and delicious food for thought.

  • It might not do much to your brain, but it’ll certainly set your heart racing. If you’re in the mood for blood, Wick is your pick.

  • If you’re going for the Kung Fu, chances are you’ll end up in a meditative state instead.

  • The movie can feel a bit long, but if you’re going for a great Shah Rukh performance and some good ol’ popcorn-entertainment, it might just ‘raees’ to the occasion.

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