• Unlike¬†Madras Cafe, however, Abraham’s Kumar sulks big time throughout the film in an effort to win your sympathy for facing the consequences of doing his job as an honest and upright police officer.

    Mrunal Thakur and Ravi Kishen barely have anything to do.

  • One feels for the classy cast — all of them — for being part of a film that has neither substance nor sense nor a story line.

    Why did Jackie, Jimmy, Kay Kay, Pankaj, Mahie and Shriya agree to act in Phamous?

  • Bioscopewala is a sweet film to watch if you want to bring back memories of your innocent, carefree, childhood through the lens of the bioscopewala.

  • Blackmail’s settings are grim, dark, comic and capricious, but one misses the directorial chutzpah that Deo showcased in his 2011 film Delhi Belly.

    But these are just silly pinpricks one must find out in a film that never runs short of bite and sting.

  • Watch Hate Story 4, if you must, for Rautela, Bhatena and Wahi. And, of course, Gulshan Grover, who while having nothing much to do in the film as the duo’s ‘affluent’, ‘tycoon’ father, does entertain with his presence.

  • The film fails miserably in its intent if the intent were to spoof Bollywood, as it only does that for the sake of punchlines and does not explore it better.

  • Onir’s Kuch Bheege Alfaaz leaves you with moist eyes and a joyful heart.

    The film’s title is a bit of an oddity in an era ruled by Facebook, Twitter, Tinder and WhatsApp.

  • An honest effort and a huge relief for movie enthusiasts…

  • Aksar 2¬†is a film that gets you primed in the first half but is a sad squib in the second.

  • While actor Arjun Rampal’s portrayal of gangster Arun Gawli in Daddy is gutsy, producer-writer Arjun Rampal pushes the audience to discover more plot holes than Mumbai citizens encountered this monsoon

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