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‘ATRANGI RE’ IS A WEIRD AND WHACKY STORY, ALL FOR GOOD

Rating: 4/5 Mind-blowing is the word for Director Aanand L Rai’s film that has brilliance written all over it, majorly for its writing Those questioning the casting of Akshay Kumar opposite Sara Ali Khan, Rai…

EVEN WITH AN ISSUE, ‘CASH’ DOESN’T SERVE THE PURPOSE

Rating: 2/5 Director Rishab Seth’s film is reduced to being a futile affair about India’s demonetization that happened in 2016 The trailer seemed promising. Cash is only what it’s trailer is. Nothing more. Infact whatever…

‘SHIDDAT’ LIKE ITS NAME TALKS OF PASSION, BUT DOESN’T JUSTIFY IN EXECUTION

Rating: 3/5 Director Kunal Deshmukh gives a true blue love story, which becomes weak midway Love stories are many in Bollywood. But lately, what we’ve had in the name of love stories are tales with…

‘BHUJ: THE PRIDE OF INDIA’ WINS ONLY IN IDEA, BUT FAILS IN EXECUTION

Rating: 2/5 Everything about the incident deserves to be told, but clearly not in the manner Director Abhishek Dudhaiya tells it 1971 Indo-Pak war and the formation of Bangladesh from East Pakistan. There’s so much…

‘COLLAR BOMB’ IS A PASSABLE AFFAIR, AN UNINTERESTING FILM

Rating: 1.5/5 Director Dnyanesh Zoting attempts a thriller but becomes way too dramatic in delivering content Thankfully it’s an 86mins film. Or else it would have got too painful. Collar Bomb gives you a story…

‘HUNGAMA 2’ IS TIRESOME, PAINFUL, AND WASTE OF TIME

Rating: 0.5/5 This is probably for the first time that legendary filmmaker Priyadarshan has given such a stupid film, that marks a new level of low Rarely does it happen that you find one good…

‘SHAADISTHAN’ ATTEMPTS TO BE RIGHT ON POINT, BUT FAILS

Rating: 2/5 Director Raj Singh Chaudhary sets out to comment on the terrible situation of women caught in the web of patriarchy and societal ties, but keeps meandering on a route that never reaches the…

‘SADAK 2’ IS A THRILLING AFFAIR BUT MISSES THE POINT

Rating: 2.5/5 Mahesh Bhatt takes the director’s chair after 21 years and gives a film that goes nowhere, far down than what the master filmmaker is known for 1991. Sadak. Very good film. Reason: Content,…