• The foundation of any credible courtroom drama lies in its writing, which Vipul offers to ‘Rustom’, but there are those rare moments of heightened theatrics, which creep in and damage ‘Rustom’. Yet, it deserves credit for pitching a story on a case that historically altered the Indian judiciary system.

  • When a filmmaker of Ashutosh Gowariker’s repute decides to make a movie on Mohenjo Daro, the biggest settlement of Indus valley civilisation, you would expect him to be historically accurate yet retain his worth as a storyteller.

    However, his ‘Mohenjo Daro’ fails on both accounts.

  • Despite the minor flaws, ‘Udta Punjab’ is a movie deserving your time. It explores the highs and the lows with equal flourish.

  • It’s a miracle, we walked out, unharmed.

    But, we wouldn’t dare to ask you to take such a risk. Stay away, you’ll thank us later. Trust us.

  • Sports drama ‘Chak De India’ had brilliantly captured the politics of hockey on-field and off it, unfortunately ‘Azhar’ refrains from doing either. It remains, but sadly a story of a fallen hero, “fixed” Bollywood style.

  • It’s an intriguing journey that Manish Sharma weaves, but one that, unfortunately, doesn’t end well.

  • Balki, who had earlier worked magic with ‘Cheeni Kum’, creates a messy love story in ‘Ki and Ka’. Leave it untouched, and you will not regret it.

  • It’s a ticking time bomb, but one that fizzles out in the end.

  • Jha, who had first made a hard-hitting action drama ‘Gangaajal’ in 2003, fails to inject any real meaning into his second part.

    Another classic example of when a sequel fails to match up to its original.

  • ‘Neerja’ is a compelling watch. And, her’s is a story that deserves to be celebrated.

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