• The film would have been a perfect entertainer had it held its cards closer to its chest. However, it still has plenty bang for your buck.

  • Having watched the previous films will help, but the movie is a legitimate standalone chiller. If there were a Horror For Dummies guidebook, Annabelle: Creation would make for a good chapter in it.

  • With Indu Sarkar, Bhandarkar drops most gimmicks and turns the page. But he is still far from Page 3

  • Lipstick… may not drastically change things for women, but it’ll certainly smudge a few boundary lines.

  • Parts of Jagga Jasoos are greater than their sum. But there’s no reason you shouldn’t head to a theatre and investigate for yourself.

  • The funniest thing about this comedy is just how angry it can make you. Guest iin London, like its titular protagonist, is a burden no one should have to bear.

  • …it’s the movie-equivalent of the string of 10,000 non-stop firecrackers that annoying kids burst outside your window in Diwali.

  • …it is too reminiscent of bank-heist movies of the past; there are even clear shoutouts to the Dhoom franchise. A better plan of action and a few dry runs with the script would have ensured a product to bank on.

  • The writing shows potential, to be honest. Moments like a romantic track playing over a funeral and a drunken rant about the Rahuls and Rajs of Bollywood give you hope. Had the writers taken a dig at patriarchy and given the female characters some spunk, this would have been hilarious.

  • If sparks flew more organically, it would have been easier to make a connection with this epic tale of love.

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