• Amole Gupte’s Hawaa Hawaai is not just the story of a skating champion, it’s the story of a huge divide between rich and poor, and it is also the story of underprivileged kids who are told not to dream.
    If you liked Stanley Ka Dabba, you’ll also like this.

  • Overall, if you are planning to watch Revolver Rani for Kangana, go ahead. If you are looking for a complete package, you can give it a miss.

  • Overall Kaanchi has a soul that is lacking in a lot of films today. It has a message also, which one can take back home. What it lacks is the grip, the magic and the experience of a Bollywood film.

  • The movie takes one direction and focuses on it, rather than moving to sub-plots. True, there’s no adrenaline rush, but there’s a serene feel to it. Much like his previous films, Imtiaz’s female protagonist wants to break out of the existing rules and regulations, to lead life at her own terms (remember Jab We Met’s Geet and Rockstar’s Heer). Hats off to Imtiaz for doing justice to the essence of the film. If you are stuck on the crossroads of life, take the Highway.

  • Gunday is a few notches short of a one-time watch. You have to be a die-hard fan of either Priyanka Chopra or Ranveer Singh to enjoy this film.

  • …bound to make you uncomfortable, but also brings the contentment of experiencing something new in cinema.

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