• Unfortunately, the way the story unfolds — and some of the dialogues where cuss words and vulgarity flows freely — gives you an impression that Ruia and producer Veeraj Kumar wanted to take a shortcut to the Box Office — or at least to get the audience inside the theatres — by getting Malik in the act.

  • The problem with JKLS is that it ties not only the audience but also the actors of the film in a tight knot of which neither the plot nor performances, except Oberoi’s, help to break out of.

  • For a spy thriller that takes bits and pieces from Hollywood hits like True Lies and Indian films like My Name is Khan, Vishwaroop fails to excite you with its dull pace and insipid action sequences.

  • One must then watch Race 2 for Saif, who with his polished dialogue deliveries and smart one-liners, Abraham, who has played a scheming businessman with aplomb and of course for all the three ravishing ladies who also know how to act.

  • Widely talked about as Rani Mukerji’s comeback film, Aiyyaa, in one word is director Sachin Kundalkar’s fantasy. The director is so self-absorbed and self-obsessed that it seems the film was not made for audiences but to satisfy his own creative urges. Aiyyaa is a make-believe world where characters are as contrived as they could be. There is no way to find fault with Rani but she is shockingly let down by the storyline.However, one can’t help but say that after every ten minutes or so as the film progresses one expects an unexpected turn that never comes.

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