• If over the top spectacle’s which defy logic, gravity and other rules are your cup of tea, this one’s for you. For the rest, this one is best enjoyed sitting in the barber shop as it plays on the television behind you.

  • What could have been an interesting and quirky train ride turns into a sappy, emotional tear-filled journey that seems like it will go on forever. With so many things working against it, this is definitely one dessert we’d recommend you taste with caution.

  • With an extremely guessable plot and a not enough laughs to match, Mitron is a film you would recommend to those friends you want to get back at!

  • Paltan manages to undo some of the damage in its final moments that are truly action packed. Director JP Dutta fires all his ammo in a rousing climax for a bitter sweet victory.

  • This is a love story of extremes and at times, the parts of the film do seem a bit unbelievable. When you’re retelling a classic tragedy about undying and unrequited love like ‘Laila Majnu’, you can’t expect bubble-gum romance. Sajid’s effort is achingly honest and it is visible throughout the film. In his first film, he takes a very deep look at romance and there’s definitely no space for frivolity here. With all its intensity and passion, it’s a good break from breezy romcoms and one that will stir emotions within.

  • If you are looking to truly and completely get scared, ‘Hereditary’ will ensure that happens in the best and most unexpected way possible.

  • At one hour and 31 minutes, the film doesn’t waiver much and wraps up the loose ends perfectly. One hopes that the filmmakers had paid more attention to the back story of Rehmat Khan, which is infinitely more interesting than Mini’s own tale. Still, there’s plenty to take away from this emotionally charged story about relationships.

  • Comparisons with the Marathi film Ventilator could have been valid, had the emotional angle in the film been a little strong. For now, ‘Khajoor Pe Atke’ is a funny situational comedy that lacks emotional depth, but delivers belly laughs by the plentiful.

  • While the philosophising doesn’t get too heavy, towards the end one feels there could have been a better, more layered payoff rather than the simple one that is served. The film is more interesting in parts, while the whole feels a bit disjointed. A tighter script could have helped, but for now the little gags in the film work just fine.

  • ‘Kuch Bheege Alfaaz’, while takes time to say what it has to, is one story you will definitely want to hear.

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