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‘SHAKUNTALA DEVI’ IS AS SMART AS THE PERSON HERSELF

Rating: 4.5/5 Anu Menon’s directorial venture offers an attractive and interesting peak into the world of genius Indian mathematician, astrologer and author Starting off with a brilliant opening sequence that hits you hard, the film…

INFLUENTIAL IN APPROACH ‘BAAZAAR’ IS THRILLING AND WORTH YOUR INVESTMENT

Gauravv K. Chawla’s film is for those seeking some adrenaline-rush entertainment amid elements of masala movies intact They already had Wall Street. But Baazaar is welcome. Seems the second half of 2018 is all up…

SERIOUS, CHARMING, AND EXTREMELY MATURE ‘ONCE AGAIN’ TELLS WHAT QUALITY CINEMA IS

Director Kanwal Sethi’s Once Again tells a mature story of middle aged romance and complex relationships amid societal norms Stories dealing with middle aged romance, that too amid the societal pressure forbidding a person to…

CHARMING AND PSYCHOLOGICALLY INTENSE, ‘LAILA MAJNU’ WON’T FIND MANY TAKERS IN TODAY’S GENERATION

Director Sajid Ali (Imtiaz Ali’s brother) in his debut attempt gives a popular tale of intense love and eternal characters with a contemporary take, but misses to engage the youth of today, especially in the…

INSPIRING AT ALL TIMES, ‘PALTAN’ BRINGS FORTH THE STORY OF HEROES FORGOTTEN

Demonstrating Indian soldiers’ courage against their enemy and their selfless attitude towards the protection of our motherland, ‘Paltan’ is one of the finest movies, showcasing the tough lifestyle of a soldier with historic touch. This…

‘HAPPY PHIRR BHAG JAYEGI’ BOASTS OF A DECENT CONFUSION COMEDY TALE, ENJOYABLE IN THE MOST PART

With the sequel to the already popular venture, Mudassar Aziz has upped the scale by bringing in a fresh story with ample moments of joy The sequel has gotten better- in terms of characters and…

APPEARING TO BE VISUALLY INTERESTING, ‘SATYAMEV JAYATE’ LACKS HEAVILY ON CONTENT

Milap Milan Zaveri gives you the typical truth-triumphs-over-evil tale with hardly anything novel to offer. What is interesting is the treatment, only for the fans of the genre though A good at heart hero taking…

RELEASED ON PERFECT DAY, ‘GOLD’ STRIKES GOLD IN INTENTION, VISION, APPROACH, AND EMOTIONS

Glorifying India’s heydays in hockey emphasizing on India’s first gold medal as free country, Reema Kagti’s Gold moves you in almost every scene, so much so that despite knowing the climax, you get goosebumps as you…

DESPITE SOME SMALL BUMPS, ‘KARWAAN’ IS A JOURNEY WORTH TAKING

Leaving you with smiles, debutante director Akarsh Khurana hits a six on his first ball, with powerful performers on board in full form and a refreshingly happy plot A road trip on screen with beautiful…

NEED OF THE HOUR ‘MULK’ DELIVERS THE HARD HITTING MESSAGE BEING A BIT PREACHY

Anubhav Sinha’s Rishi Kapoor and Taapsee Pannu starrer is hard-hitting heavy on dialogues coming in with doses of advices. It might also put off a large segment of audience With the society and culture heavily…