• Those who’ve tasted the work of Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino may enjoy Kaminey without labelling it as being spectacularly genius.

    As crime dramas go, the film is supremely clever, complex and funny. Worth a munch.

  • It’s a wonderful voyage captured adeptly by Paresh Mokashi. You don’t want to miss the film that’ll have you laughing most of the times but not without missing the enormity of the story.

  • Had the story chosen not to take the regressive and cliched path towards the end, the film would have been path-breaking. Still, for the fresh sparks in the story, Shah Rukh Khan’s hugely entertaining performance and Anushka Sharma’s confident debut, Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi remains unmissable.

  • Writer-director Dipankar Banerjee cannot live down the expectations Khosla Ka Ghosla brings with it. Banerjee does meet those expectations, however Oye Lucky! is a different product altogether. More than a beginning-middle-end story, Oye Lucky! is more a peek into Delhi?s belly, into the characters? lives, and into complex bitter-sweet relationships.

  • This is just a film that sadly reconfirms moralistic misconceptions most people hold against the fashion industry. And against an ambitious woman who wants to make it big in the glamour world. When the character of Meghna falls flat, the chauvinistic can almost say we told you so. Thankfully, she does pick herself up.

  • Taare Zameen Par is an outstanding work of cinema. To miss it would be sacrilege. It has everything it takes to win awards and box-office rewards!

    Do yourselves a favour. Watch Taare Zameen Par with your child. It will change your world. It will also change the way you look at your kids!

  • When an entire film is a homage, you wonder whether the limits of self-indulgence by a filmmaker have been challenged. When not making references to the Kapoor khandaan , and assaulting the audience with a song ever ten minutes, Bhansali outdoes himself. He also includes nods to his own films…You feel almost left out in this self-sufficient Bhansali-Kapoor family as they go about celebrating and acknowledging each other?s achievements through this film, making you feel like an intruder who?s crashing into their private party.

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