• Simmba is a dhamaka from the start till the end. The cinematography is excellent. Shots establishing Simmba’s entry and the action sequences bring you much needed thrills.

  • Namaste England drags after a point.

    You neither sympathise with the actors nor empathise with them.

    I won’t recommend you to go through this one.

  • Fun, colourful, comical are adjectives you rarely use for a Vishal Bhardwaj film, but that’s exactly what Pataakha is…

  • The terrible acting leaves you more amused than scared.

  • At no point does Julie 2 rise above being a B-grade flick whose mentality is stuck in the 1990s. 

  • If I had to summarise the film in one sentence, it would be, ‘Is shaadi mein mat jaana (Don’t attend this wedding)!’

  • Despite its relevant premise, Ribbon fails to leave an impact.

    Though the movie piques your interest in bits and pieces, especially in the second half, the abrupt end will leave you disappointed.  

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