• Anushka Sharma’s Phillauri begins well enough but soon falls prey to its languid pace. It only comes alive when Anushka and Diljit Dosanjh are together on screen in Dam Dam. Then it makes you sigh for what could have been if the whole film had the same energy.

  • The trouble with Rajkummar Rao’s Trapped is that it is uneven. There are not enough genuinely scary heart-in-mouth moments. His despair stays on the surface when we want to see the soul.

  • Alia Bhatt’s rebellious dulhania meets Varun Dhawan’s boy-man Badrinath, what follows is a flavoursome romance which is way ahead of Humpty Sharma ki Dulhania. Sit back and applaud.

  • What is missing is a plot, muscular enough to service a racy, pacy actioner.

  • Vishal Bharadwaj ambitiously mounts Rangoon but the execution of this Kangana Ranaut, Saif Ali Khan and Shahid Kapoor film never manages to match its intentions.

  • Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson and Dorothy Vaughan are as geeky and nerdy as the men, but they are treated as the ones who will clear the trash and offer clerical services, when asked.

  • Akshay Kumar brilliantly carries this film on his brawny arms and is ably supported by Saurabh Shukla and Annu Kapoor. The film has a few dips but offers enough heft to keep you engaged.

  • Jackie Chan and Sonu Sood’s promotions of this film was way better than anything that the movie has to offer.

  • Hrithik does all the heavy lifting and remains the only bright spot in this dispirited mess of a movie. He still has the moves. What he needs is a plot.

  • Shah Rukh Khan manages to break through in some scenes but this film belongs to Nawazuddin Siddiqui who is having the time of his life.

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