• Go for it and savour the romance. Experience the cracking chemistry of Arjun-Shraddha.

  • It’s a fantasy film and it delivers on that promise. You are transported into the world of the kings and warriors, of brave men and petty politics. The film engages you so well that you will cheer for Baahubali every step of the way, and curse Sivagami for being blind to his noble ways and getting manipulated.

  • It’s all about girl power and that’s enough to make this a one-time watch.

  • Rangoon is a mighty effort and worth seeing once.

  • Jolly LLB has its flaws but it makes up with its honesty and of course, the superb performances from the cast.

  • Kaabil is old-school, emotional and forceful. And an absolute must for all Hrithik Roshan fans. And if you aren’t his fan, you might feel differently after this film

  • Far better films have been made on crime in the 80s. There is nothing special about Raees. But if you’re a Shah Rukh fan, go for it.

  • The only issue I have with the film is the length. It drags a bit in the second half and maybe 15-20 minutes shorter would have made Dangal better.

  • Dangal has all the ingredients of a great sports film and the fact that it is based on a real life story will make you chuckle and tear up alternately throughout the film. Aamir Khan has been associated with quality cinema for decades now and with Dangal, the legacy continues. Aamir delivers a career best performance.

  • ADHM is conversational, intimate, complex and fierce in terms of its approach towards love. Ranbir Kapoor is a delight on screen while Anushka Sharma delivers her most nuanced performance.

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