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‘CHANDIGARH KARE AASHIQUI’ IS A FUN FILM TO WATCH, WITH SOME FLAWS

Rating: 3/5 Director Abhishek Kapoor imparts a social message keeping the film humorous and quirky, but misses the overall charm Probably the first Hindi film on such a subject. Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui makes you uncomfortable…

‘SATYAMEV JAYATE 2’ IS UNNECESSARILY JINGOISTIC TO THE LEVEL OF CRINGE

Rating: 1/5 Director Milap Milan Zaveri gives you 3 John Abrahams in a film that wasn’t needed at all There is a thing with cinematic patriotism. It evokes feelings only when it is presented sensibly…

‘DYBBUK’ IS FAIRLY SPOOKY

Rating: 3/5 Director Jay K remakes his own Malayalam horror film and manages to spook you decently well, with some flaws ofcourse The problem with conventional horror films is that you know what tropes you’ll…

‘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…

‘MADAM CHIEF MINISTER’ IS DECENT, LACKS THE STRONG PUNCH

Rating: 3/5 Director Subhash Kapoor’s political drama is decent on its content, but the laidback screenplay takes it away Political dramas have been many. Films of series- you’ve time and again seen how characters in…

‘CHHALAANG’ IS SWEET AND ENJOYABLE, BUT NOT GREAT

Rating: 3.5/5 Versatile director Hansal Mehta, already on a high after Scam 1992, gives a film that is amusing and entertaining, lacking in some vital aspects We as audience often tend to forget that not…

‘LUDO’ IS A FILM ABOUT THE ECCENTRICITY IN THE WORLD

Rating: 4/5 Just like Anurag Basu’s previous signature works, this one too is positioned for a certain section; you’ll love it if you embrace the world created by him It’s a difficult piece of filmmaking.…

WITH HIGH DOSE OF ENTERTAINMENT, ‘BHARAT’ HAS SALMAN KHAN PAINTED IN EVERY SCENE

Rating: 3/5 An ode to Salman’s super stardom, Ali Abbas Zafar’s film is larger than life in entertainment but lacks primarily in direction When it’s Salman Khan on screen, do you care about the nitty-gritties…