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QARIB QARIB SINGLLE IS A ROAD THAT ENDS MIDWAY…

Visualize this. You are with your close ones undertaking an adventure trip. You laugh, enjoy every bit of the journey, until midway, you get deviated from your path and things fall flat miserably. Similar is…

GOLMAAL AGAIN SATISFACTORILY SERVES YOU WHAT IS EXPECTED. WISH IT HAD A MORE SENSIBLE SCREENPLAY…!

Rohit Shetty and Team is back with one of the most popular Bollywood franchise  Golmaal Again  with the same kind of ‘creepy’ humor, this time literally as it involves an element of ghost; same set…

‘SECRET SUPERSTAR’ IS A NEAR PERFECT FILM. A MUST WATCH

When you have Aamir Khan backing a film, you expect sensible and logical entertainment with quality cinema. It’s exactly what has happened in the case of Secret Superstar. The film has everything in right amount…

A FEEL GOOD FILM, CHEF TALKS ABOUT RELATIONS AND PASSION THROUGH FOOD…!

There are films which make you laugh out loud, while there are few which make you feel good about life, in a very delightful way. Raja Krishna Menon’s Chef is a very good example of…

A BOLD AND BRAVE ATTEMPT, NEWTON DESERVES ALL THE APPRECIATION ON EARTH

Who could have thought of a mainstream feature film on elections in an area highly influenced by Maoists- something that common audience wouldn’t fancy at all? While Amit Masurkar’s Newton is bold to visualise and…

BHOOMI IS PREDICTABLE, BUT HAS A FAIRLY GOOD SCREENPLAY

The title isn’t just the name of protagonist, it’s a symbol. With Bhoomi, Omung Kumar gives you a predictable plot with a fairly good screenplay to keep you hooked. However, at the end of it,…

A WELL MADE FILM, HASEENA PARKAR CHARMS YOU WITH ITS AURA…

There have been several stories loved deeply by Bollywood, which it presents in various lights time and again. One of them remains the ‘charming’ world of Dawood Ibrahim and the people around him. Haseena Parkar…

A STORY OF DREAMS, LUCKNOW CENTRAL IS GRIPPING WITH FEWER FLAWS…

Lucknow Central comes with an array of brilliant actors, a gripping plot with the underlying symbolic theme of freedom, and an impeccable screenplay to entertain you to the core. What you already knew from the…

THOUGH KANGANA IMPRESSES, SIMRAN LACKS EMOTIONS. IT’S VERY BASIC..

After watching ‘Simran’, there’s one thing that you ask- why was this film even made? Did it try to give a message? Or did it attempt empowering women? Or was it for sheer entertainment? Because…

EVEN WITH A THOUGHT PROVOKING PLOT, SAMEER FAILS TO CONNECT…!

What goes in favour for Sameer is the layered narrative structure and presence of various modes of media like street theatre and journalism to convey the story. What falls flat is too many twists confusing…