• Reckless, lacklustre and shoddy CGI and action choreography result in the climax failing to live up to the expectations and leaves the audience high and dry. 

    Ultimately, when the character of Arjun Kapoor meets his valiant end, one can only sigh of relief and pity the fall of a director, who was once considered a flag-bearer of progressive cinema.

    I give this film one and a half stars out of five.

  • The movie presents a version of Modi that the bhakts want the rest of us to see

  • The Tashkent Files is not meant for those looking for escapist fare; however, those looking for content-driven, hard-hitting films will enjoy the movie.

  • Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi is one long action scene…

  • If you believe there are no excuses for vandalism and violence, then you would not like Thackeray, the leader. And you won’t see any point in this movie.

    But if you are ready to buy the obsolete ‘reaction to action’ excuse, then, well, clap and whistle when Thackeray says the Babri Masjid demolition corrects a historical wrong.

  • For most parts, Mary Poppins Returns will put a smile on your faces and that’s why it is worth a watch.

  • Overall, Badhai Ho is a well-written, wholesome, entertaining film, simple and unpretentious, that tackles a serious subject comically, without losing out on entertainment or your attention.

  • Genius is mostly unintentionally funny because your reactions are the exact opposite to the situations on screen.

    In the end, you are left weeping not for the desh bhakt hero or his broken leg/heart, but because the movie is finally over and you can get back to your life.

  • Though many of us may believe the experiment has failed now, it was important to show how the experiment succeeded in the first place. And the movie does it beautifully.

    It can be safely said that the movie once again raises the hopes that AAP did four years ago.

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