• A compromised screenplay notwithstanding Bajirao Mastani sets standards high. Bhansali outdoes himself at many levels. Watch the film for the sheer scale and scintillating performances.

  • There will be plenty reasons to watch this beautifully shot film [DOP, Ravi varman]. But let’s not get into too many of them. Let’s just say, this is one of the best films of this year.

  • With PKP director Luv Ranjan scores. The film is hilarious and unstoppable. Well, it does get one sided, but it never pledged to a love story. PKP2 delivers what it promises. And if you love the first film, there is no reason you will not like this. And if you have not watched the first, this one is no less entertaining!

  • Taut screenplay back by extensive research, well shot and neatly edited, Talvar makes a fantastic watch. But it is important to keep in mind that it is just a film and not a statement.

  • What makes Welcome Back different is that director Anees Bazmee promises a senseless comedy, he delivers one. No logic, just irrational laughter.

  • For anyone who has not watched any of the other versions Drishyam would be a welcome addition to the range of cinema that the month of July has sprung out.

  • Kabir Khan in Bajrangi Bhaijaan has a perfect recipe. He does not manage to bring out the best flavor but this one will still leave most of the viewers with a smile.

  • They say, all’s well that ends well! Bahubali: The Beginning is just that. And as it drives into a perfect end you cannot wait to watch the conclusion of this grand saga that will unfold in a few months from now. Behold, Rajamouli brings us India’s very own combo of Game Of Thrones and Lord of The Rings. Excitement overload!

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