• It could be easily be called as the third instalment of Punchnama series, but bromance brewing in it makes it a good watch this weekend. And if you are expecting something extraordinary then you may give it a miss, but might regret later!

  • The film is a torturous endorsement of IIFA. The only question popping up in your mind is, ‘What is it?’ Is it a film or a fancy documentary on IIFA Awards in New York. Enter the theatre at your own risk or at least carry a punching bag along with you if you are unfortunate to see it.

  • For a film like ‘Aiyaary’, there is no scope for any music because of its plot but the film could have been better paced, all thanks to the under-cooked narrative. Aiyaary is a throw away effort from director Neeraj Pandey, where the only saving grace is Manoj’s act.

  • PadMan is watchable for its exceptional subject. Don’t expect it to be a fancy commercial film but is definitely high on emotions.

  • Though Mukkabaaz is not as dark as his genre, the overall treatment is edgy and thrilling alongside the universal appeal. The film is definitely a milder version of the director, but there is not a dull moment in the movie either. Book you tickets now!

  • This Saif Ali Khan starrer is not a masterpiece to be kept in the Oscars library, but it is f****** contemporary.

  • ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ won’t disappoint you. After ‘Sultan’, Salman Khan and Ali Abbas Zafar pack a solid punch yet again. Especially, when there were no big releases for past three weeks, TZH can be worth watching this festive season.

  • The film funnily takes you back to the first Fukrey with few moments which are refreshing to watch. However, the twist in this one could have been executed in a better way, but it won’t disappoint you either. Spend your weekend with ‘Fukrey Return’s as it gives you a reason to laugh out loud.

  • If you have enough time in your busy schedule, then watch Firangi, or else avoid and sit back at home with munchies and drinks to watch Lagaan instead.

  • Tumhari Sulu is a slice of a life film which is worth your ticket price. It is engaging and has a massive social message. Don’t miss this riveting tale of a middle class housewife cum radio jockey. You will definitely come out of the theatres with tears of joy!

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