• Super 30 is a story of triumph that is well-narrated but bucks down a bit for entertaining the audience with a tint of avoidable Bollywood drama.

  • After a memorable performance as a blind conman in Andhadhun, Ayushmann Khurrana is coming to the box office this weekend with Article 15. The Anubhav Sinha directorial focuses on the issue of caste discrimination which is hammered in the minds of the audience repeatedly with finesse.

  • The movie comes to a complete circle in the climax. There are no questions left unanswered, leaving you satisfied. You laugh, you weep and you just feel nice for Bharat. The movie is treated like a grandpa telling a couple of tales to his grand-kids and it does it beautifully. Watch Bharat for it will definitely bring a huge smile on your face. I never felt so heartwarming since Bhajrangi Bhaijaan. Suggestion: Watch it with an avid Salman Khan fan in a single screen for a memory of a lifetime.

  • RAW could have had an interesting story line but Robbie Grewal’s overambitious route leads to the downfall of RAW. Patriotism is overused to compensate for what we will call bland storytelling.

  • Shah Rukh Khan, Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif’s fine performances are the backbones of the film Zero. The first half is a treat to watch while the second half is too long and stretched.

  • …manages to ruffle many emotions in us while keeping it engaging and progressive. It is definitely a circus, ticket to which you don’t want to miss out on.

  • Abhishek Bachchan, Taapsee Pannu and Vicky Kaushal’s film Manmarziyaan may not be everyone’s cup of tea but if you are a diehard fan of romantic movies, it is a love story worth watching.

  • ou wish Hirani had exhibited more maturity in the script. Somehow, the favourable approach towards Dutt bothers you but the film is so high on entertainment value, energy and brilliant storytelling that the buff in me is satiated and the journalist in me is enraged.

  • Raazi also works for its novelty. There is charm in the unexplored and especially when it’s this well-done it’s a treat. Gun blazing action, though wholesome and entertaining is often exhausting. Why can’t spy movies be more brain and less brawn? Meghna skilfully tries her hand at that, and though there are a few stray shortcomings, Raazi is unsettling which is the most delectable thing about it. Watch out for Meghna’s truth is stranger than fiction stories. She has a knack for finding the most potent ones. 

  • Simran has so much going for it that you really want to like the film, root for Praful, draw satisfaction from a stellar performance of a fine artiste like Kangana. But then, something doesn’t work for the film. Unfortunately, it’s a great one-time watch which makes you wish that the makers had fine-tuned it enough to propel it towards a huge success!

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