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‘420 IPC’ IS A SATISFACTORY THRILLER

Rating: 3.5/5 Director Manish Gupta serves a story of forgery with sufficient twists and turns to keep you invested; with few flaws in the screenplay Accept it or not, stories concerning fraud and forgeries are…

‘CHHORII’ SPOOKS YOU WITH A MESSAGE

Rating: 3.5/5 The remake of the Marathi film Lapachhapi by the same director Vishal Furia is a strong entrant in the list of horror Chhorii evokes tension, keeps you guessing, and nearly suffocates you in…

‘DHAMAKA’ WILL BLOW YOUR MIND WITH HOW IT IS MADE, NOT SO MUCH WITH CONTENT

Rating: 3/5 Director Ram Madhvani’s film is experimental in true sense; you will either love it or despise it- no midway Films like Dhamaka have always been a risky affair. There have been experimental films…

‘BUNTY AUR BABLI 2’ IS A LOGICAL SEQUEL, MOSTLY ENTERTAINING

Rating: 3.5/5 Director Varun V. Sharma manages to give you a decent entertainer with logics in place, but misses  to give a sleek affair It’s interesting how the original Bunty and Babli are made to…

‘MEENAKSHI SUNDARESHWAR’ IS SIMPLE, SWEET, BUT MISSES THE POINT

Rating: 3/5 Director Vivek Soni attempts to serve a sweet message on how to make long distance marriages work, but doesn’t keep the interest alive Meenakshi Sundareshwar is one of those films that you like…

‘CHEHRE’ DISAPPOINTS BIG TIME, DOESN’T LIVE UP TO THE HYPE

Rating: 2/5 Director Rumi Jafry sets out to make an ambitious thriller, but ends up making a potboiler with a story that doesn’t have a head and a tail Big stars. Bankable actors. Promising look.…

THIS ‘JAMUN’ IS THE SWEETEST YOU WILL EVER FIND

Rating: 4/5 Director Gaurav Mehra’s film caresses the emotional side in you, giving you chance to find a ray of hope even in the darkest times Early on the in the film when the prospective…

‘RAMSINGH CHARLIE’ IS AN EMOTIONALLY WRENCHING TALE

Rating: 4.5/5 Director Nitin Kakkar not only throws light on a societal phenomenon but also weaves emotions in the fabric of hard work Technology has eased lives. Indeed. But not for all those who thrived…

‘GUILTY’ BEING ONE FINE PIECE OF CINEMA, IT COULD BE JUST A LITTLE MORE

Rating: 4/5 Director Ruchi Narain gives a contemporary film that is arguably one of the good ones to come out of Dharma Productions The approach is urban. Talking about #MeToo, Guilty is a take on…

A TAKE ON CASUAL RELATIONSHIP MADE COMPLEX, ‘SALT BRIDGE’ LACKS MATURE DIRECTION

Abhijit Deonath’s contemporary take on relationship and friendship could have been a lot more Can a boy and a girl be friends? The question has long been asked, especially in Bollywood. Now, can a married…