• The sole purpose of Chennai Express is to entertain. And that it does. So grab a bucket of popcorn, sit back and enjoy the ride.

  • Nikhil Advani makes a gripping, tense film on a tight budget and minus an A-List actor. And proves just how accomplished a director he is. He tells you a strong, coherent story that makes you wish was based on a true incident. I would go as far as saying this is a genre-creating film.

  • Some lives are made for the big screen. Milkha Singh’s certainly is one. It has everything. Finally, Mehra proves that it is possible to make a good biopic while the events that transpired are still relevant and the characters involved are still alive.

  • Lootera stands apart from every Hindi film in the last decade at least. You wouldn’t want to miss such a unique cinematic experience.

  • Despite the inconsistencies, the best part of the film is the relationship between Ethan and Sophia. Their interactions with each other, the fights, arguments and the banter touch the right chords. In terms of setting, the film is spectacular — the music and dialogues serve as perfect embellishments.

  • This is the only ‘light’ release of the week. Must see it for the effort. If not for anything else, to promote small films and encourage fresh ideas.

  • Watch it for Ajay, Arjun, Nana and Manoj; Ranbir’s stunning portrayal and Katrina’s coming-of-age. The rest of Raajneeti will put you off politics forever.

  • Book your tickets for consecutive shows because one viewing isn’t enough to savour 3 Idiots. Quite easily, this is the film of the year. Nothing else comes even close.

  • Dil Bole Hadippa is a perfect example of how Bollywood can quite shamelessly adapt (read copy) anything from the West and do a decent job. This one’s a straight lift of the America teenage comedy She’s The Man (2006). The only difference in that while in the English film, the lead actress is standing in for her brother in a soccer team, Veera Kaur (Rani Mukerji) plays cricket. But DBH is not aimed at the teens. Who its aimed at, is really a bit of a mystery.

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