• War is an ode to star power, which pits Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff together for the first time and capitalises on their famous idol-idoliser energy to draw us into a world of espionage, action and camaraderie…

  • Although more class monitor than captain, the Dulquer factor is the only saving grace of this bland confection. His charisma and cricket are up to the mark.  

  • Dream Girl goes in several exciting directions and comes out making light of it.

    It may not always be the best way to go about things but you’ll come out laughing till your sides hurt.

    And how can that ever be a bad thing?

  • The outcome may be predictable but that’s exactly the Chhichhore philosophy — savour the journey and not worry about getting anywhere.  

  • There’s no head or tails to anything that happens in Saaho…

  • Decent, righteous, progressive, the men are eager to play second fiddle whereas the women don’t cry their feminism hoarse.

    It’s an impeccable if calculated scenario whose love for speeches, including one from Prime Minister Narendra Modi at its end, reminds us Earth might be a foregone conclusion but we’ll always have Mars.  

  • Jabariya Jodi constantly confuses tacky as terrific…

  • With so many maladies plaguing the movie, it’s too bad there’s nothing like a scriptwriting Shafakhana.

  • Judgementall Hai Kya is a wild move but works because of how assured its cast is before and its crew is behind the camera…

  • Simplistic and lopsided, Super 30 is so satisfied by its master-to-mahatma narrative, it ends up seeing superb in so-so.

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