• Though Kadvi Hawa is touted as a film on climate change, it talks as much about farmers’ suicide in draught and flood-hit areas of our country.

  • Rohit has used his trademark slapstick comedy sparsely and mainly relies on the supernatural elements to make things look funny.

  • Citylights is a story we have seen many times before. However, the execution of the film by the National Award-winning director Hansal Mehta makes the film intensely gripping and thought-provoking.

    The film is not meant for audience which wants usual Bollywood fare. Its climax, for example, may disappoint many but is likely to gain its own niche audience.

  • Watch Kochadaiiyaan for the vivid motion capture technology and Rajini’s tandav in the second half. But be warned, an overkill of patriotism, courage and friendship may leave you bored.

  • Heropanti could be a one-time watch if you find kids who don’t really know what they are up to and yet act too smart cute. Yes, Tiger gives you that feeling.

  • Kya Dilli Kya Lahore may be a slow film but its climax will certainly touch you. Its poetic optimism will stay with you for long.

    Watch the film for Gulzar’s poetry, the performance of its lead pair and an amazing climax. Avoid it if you love pace and action. This one offers neither a fast-paced story nor is there any blood and gore.

  • First, there is nothing new that the film brings to the story. Yes, Chetan Bhagat is happy about how wonderfully Alia Bhatt and Arjun Kapoor have brought his love life to the silver screen. But that’s about it. If you loved Chetan Bhagat’s novel, go read it again and skip the film. That will save you some money and will be far more satisfying.

  • Targetted primarily at children, the film serves the purpose — it is entertaining and sends across a simple message in a hard-hitting manner. It also gets its viewership right – if we want to bring about change, children need to be its harbingers.

  • Jal is a simple story about human emotions and it is that simplicity which touches your heart. It is this rare quality that may get Jal, a film which did not generate too much buzz prior to its release this Friday, its niche audience.Girish showcases love, lust and thirst in a simply and beautifully woven story. If simple human emotions are your fill, you should certainly watch Jal.

  • Though high on the satirical note, the story-telling in O Teri could have been crisper. While the first half drags, the second half seems like the director is in a hurry to complete the movie. But O Teri can make for a decent weekend watch.

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