• Boss is a typical masala flick with clich├ęs and we mostly see what we expected; nothing fresh. There won’t be many surprises in the film. The point is most masala entertainers tend to be this way. You may find yourself laughing a little at a few silly one-liners and so on but there is nothing new to lookout in the film.

  • Although War Chhod Na Yaar has stayed low in the promotions, the director has done a decent job. It deserves appreciation for freshness. We think you can go for it as you will see the Kargil war from a new lens.

  • For the those who love to watch horror flicks, this will be a perfect getaway to the horror world. It has lived up to the expectations an individual will have for a horror genre. You will surely not complain watching this movie on this Friday, the 13th.

  • Once again, director Milan Luthria impresses us with the set-up of the movie. The actors have given their best to fit into the 1980s of Bombay. In this scenario, everything is so filmy just like how it used to be back then. Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai Dobara makes gangsters the heroes and for once you don’t mind that. It is often said that for a movie to become a hit, you need five good dialogues and here you have plenty.

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