• Prakash Jha, who makes his full-fledged acting debut with “Jai Gangaajal” has managed to woo the audience with his performance in the movie.However, it is Priyanka who’s performance deserves an uproarious applause. The film gives a strong message of women empowerment. Priyanka’s bold avatar is overwhelmingly impressive. Definitely a must-watch!

  • The nail-biting fight sequences will keep you on the edge of your seat. The series of events unfold in such a way that it will keep you hooked. Saala Khadoos also throws light on the age-old issues of bribery, sexism and corruption prevailing in our society which have been one of the top-debated topics in Bollywood.

  • The plot of Tamasha is brilliant- kudos to Imtiaz Ali! But the execution is not up to the mark. Ranbir and Deepika look picture perfect, as expected. It is not an ordinary love story even though it may look like one. For all those who like performance driven films, Tamasha is a must-watch!

  • Shaandaar does not meet up to the expectations. If you are expecting something extraordinary from Bahl’s latest venture, you will leave the cinema halls with dashed hopes.

  • No, Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 doesn’t have the potential to be funnier than the 2011 blockbuster. We are definitely not as impressed by the sequel as much as we were with the prequel.

  • There are action scenes in the start and towards the end of the film which are unreal and highly dramatic. Sooraj Pancholi and Athiya Shetty’s Hero is strictly meant for all those who have grown up on a diet of Bollywood movies and are fond of those typical romantic love stories.

  • If you are a die-hard Akshay Kumar fan, and enjoy wrestling matches, this movie might impress you. If not, you can definitely skip watching this one.

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