• Overall, Ranchi Diaries is a supreme case of nervous breakdown or maybe psychological disorder. Enter the theatres at your own risk or else skip this weekend and wait for Diwali releases rather. Stay healthy and avoid Ranchi Diaries! 

  • With a predictable ending, the Saif Ali Khan starrer is certainly an interesting watch with a fashioned feel to it.

  • Haseena Parkar is a superficial drama with no grit. The film has only glorified dialogues that has no real meaning to it. It’s better to enjoy your weekend with other gangster flicks over pizza! 

  • The highpoint of Bhoomi is that the plot of the film is very okay but it has a massy appeal to it. The film might not bore you but it is certainly not one of the most interesting revenge sagas made in recent times. 

  • You might leave the theatres enlightened but the only thing you’ll take away home is Rajkummar Rao’s finesse.

  • Lucknow Central is a riveting tale of prisoners with an interesting premise and some sparkling performances but similarities with Qaidi Band will surely affect the film in every possible way. 

  • Simran is not a bad film but having no coherence of its genre, it might fall. It is certainly a one time watch.

  • If you like slow and dark crime dramas then Daddy is certainly for you but if you seeking a pacy period thriller, then you will be highly disappointed. Daddy is nothing but one of the boring chapters of a history book.

  • The film can be watched to lighten your mood this weekend but be ready for a social awakening in the end.

  • Shubh Mangal Saavdhan isn’t a sex comedy but a complete family entertainer. The film not only has a beautiful message but also an ability to tickle one’s funny bone for a good 105 minutes.

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