• If you are willing to move over the mandatory mush and sugary love stories, this quirky Happy Ending will serve you well!

  • Mary Kom may not be the most brilliantly designed movie but it has its heart at the right place. It may not entertain you in the most exciting or thrilling way, but the earnest performances from the actors and the sincerity shown by director Omang Kumar with his craft of direction and storytelling definitely calls for a deserving round of applause.

  • All in all this Purani Jeans reeks of the age-old-unmentionable-romantic-disasters that will leave you either nauseating or yawning endlessly!

  • Hate Chetan Bhagat or love him, loath his books or swear by them but you certainly can’t ignore him and most certainly you can’t ignore this delicious movie made with sincere efforts and heart. If you are madly in love, lonely without love or in search of love, you must catch this one, for falling head over the heels for someone is not enough. Sometimes taking a step further to take affection to its logical conclusion- no matter how the odds are stacked – initiates the beginning of a happy ending. For now it is advisable to enjoy the journey, the process and the mush will follow!

  • …the real star of the show is somebody else-someone who is at least six decades younger to the big daddy of Bollywood and less than half the size of Mr Bachchan’s larger than life tall frame.

  • All in all Jal is a stunning looking movie that fails spectacularly at telling an engaging story!

  • There’s no attempt to glorify or even to gloss over the efforts of Sampat Pal. The documentary dosen’t shy away from showing contradictions and confusions among Gulabi Gang’s members. The powerful visuals don’t falsify Pal’s heroism and her grit. The interpretations of this movies could be many, but the fact that Jain allows her viewers the liberty to see Pal as the emergence of a parallel force-to bring about the much needed change- is not purely and necessarily circumstantial, but is indeed thought provoking.

  • The first-time director portrays this easy-on-the-eye, sweet and otherwise predictable romantic plot with finesse. The Parineeti Chopra and Sidharth Malhotra starrer banks heavily on the innocence and the freshness of the new age romance that Mathew has crafted carefully, without indulging in scenarios of lingering longing, hysteria or melodrama. In broad strokes, HTP is Abbas Tyrewal’s Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na, with all its charm and frothy freshness.

  • The movie has no plot, with a silly bachpan ka pyaar as its theme. The writing, direction, editing, music and performances are bad, beyond description. After watching this disaster, even watching Manmohan Singh giving a speech would be like the climax of a James Bond movie.

    In a nutshell avoid this haphazardly shot catastrophe.

  • In a nutshell, Shuddh Desi Romance is a cinematic delight that’s very difficult to explain and should better be consumed with patience and an open mind. Those who are stuck in the Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge kind of idealistic romance or looking for a mushy picture-perfect ending may not quite like this unconventional tale. But for those who are keen to see the evolving face of our very own and highly complex shuddh desi romance – as it is and absolutely unadulterated – cannot afford to miss this one!

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