• You want a story. You want good dialogue, not the corny words you are hearing.

    You want an emotional connect. You want a tighter film.

    Sadly, with Padmaavat, that’s not what you get.

  • Running Shaadi with the tackily beeped out dot.com gets 1 star, while Brijendra Kala (who plays Sadh’s maternal uncle) and Jha add half a star more.

  • Madaari is not a film that will stay with you as you, in your day to day routine, succumb to the pressure and become part of the corruption that ails our system…

  • Madhuri Dixit is a fantastic actor and the role of a strong minded rural woman who is willing to fight for her rights is not beyond her. Do watch her in Mrityudand and you’ll know what I mean. Here, she is saddled with a flawed script; something that she is not able to rise above. Meanwhile, you could watch this movie for Juhi Chawla. She is a revelation and we really hope the film industry takes notice!

  • The confrontations between Rajjo and Sumitra Devi should have been impactful, with the resounding echo when two strong personalities clash. Sadly, they don’t.

    These are major drawbacks that bring down a potentially good film.

  • It won’t be a happily after ever at the box office because Jodi Breakers, a film that had a lot of potential, is seriously flawed. There could have been comedy, there could have been romance, there could have been moments that make you go Awwww!

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