• Despite the rousing tale and fine performances, the film is bogged down by the lengthy run-time and needless doses of drama.

  • Unless you are an ardent admirer of Tiger Shroff’s flying kicks, stay away from Student Of The Year 2

  • The Tashkent Files is bogged down by the chaotic screenplay and blaring background music. Nuance and subtlety are kissed goodbye soon after the opening credits roll.

    Vivek Agnihotri’s target is obvious, as is the fact that the film and its conveniently-timed release is “Lok Sabha chunaav ke liye ek zabardast mudda”. Skip The Tashkent Files at ease.

  • With a run-time of 2 hours and 19 minutes, Thackeray, starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Bal Thackeray,¬†feels like a political sermon that goes on too long, says our review.

  • ith a run-time of 2 hours and 19 minutes, Thackeray, starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Bal Thackeray,¬†feels like a political sermon that goes on too long, says our review.

  • Vijay Ratnakar Gutte’s The Accidental Prime Minister is so unsubtle in its disdain for the Nehru-Gandhi family and the Congress, that it could almost pass off as a creation of the social media cell of the ruling party.

  • With everything so glossed up, the climax does not hit you as hard as the original, even though it is literally delivered with a thud. If you are satisfied with a pale, insipid version of Sairat, go watch Dhadak.

  • Even seasoned actors like Rati Agnihotri and Pankaj Tripathi are off their mark with their loud acting in Julie 2. Ravi Kishan is the silver lining; he looks effortless as the South superstar, Ravi Kumar.
    Do yourselves a favour, give Julie 2 a miss.

  • Flaws aside, A Gentleman makes for an entertaining watch. If a not-too-serious, masala film is your ideal weekend watch, then this film does not disappoint.

  • Director Bumpy does not yet have the finesse to make a smooth transition from one genre to another. What you get as a result, is a bumpy ride.

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