Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain Movie Review: I Love You! @ 19 May 2018 11:18 am - For most, marriage is a given and the relationship is taken for granted. But life is not a given, make the most of it by expressing your love. This is what Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain is all about. It’s a slice of life film which is worth a watch.
Raazi Movie Review: An espionage thriller! @ 11 May 2018 4:54 pm - Raazi celebrates unsung heroes in India’s war; Sehmat is one of them. A huge plus here is that Meghna could have had the audience stand up in attention towards the end by having the National Anthem played; she stays away from rhetoric.
102 Not Out Movie Review: I hope you understand! @ 4 May 2018 4:37 pm - Saddled between two giant actors, Jimit Trivedi comes out a winner with his performance which does not exaggerate even once. The same cannot be said about Amitabh Bachchan or Rishi Kapoor, who are forced to overact at times with the lines not giving them much to do.
October Movie Review: A must-watch this April! @ 13 Apr 2018 7:29 pm - October is not your typical Bollywood film and I’m glad Soojit Sircar has not stuck to a particular genre but works across storyboards: it’s a film you can watch any month of the year. But first watch it in April!
Blackmail Movie Review: A hole in the plot! @ 6 Apr 2018 7:04 pm - Blackmail is a voyeuristic film that is driven on the lust of a pervert who prefers to stay late in office playing 'Pac-Man' rather than going home and living a healthy life with his wife.
B. A. Pass Movie Review: Graduating with flying colours! @ 6 Apr 2018 6:37 pm - B A Pass may appear to be a simple graduation story, but it teaches us that life on the streets requires a different level of skill set. Graduating among the sharks of the world is a daily process, not a five-year-plan!
That Girl in Yellow Boots Movie Review: A must-see film @ 6 Apr 2018 6:26 pm - You may not be able to enjoy the movie, but you will definitely take home a lesson. A lesson Anurag has clinically passed on with an underlying, chilling message: Children from broken families are always broken from the inside. No matter how tough they appear from the outside.
Lunch Box Movie Review: A horribly flawed plot! @ 6 Apr 2018 5:55 pm - Watching Irrfan and Nawazuddin in the same frame is a treat. As the new recruit who is to take on Sajjan’s job in the Claims Department, Nawazuddin is annoying to the point of being likeable. Nimrat is just perfect for this role and she dishes out every scene with brilliance rarely seen in someone so new.
Baaghi 2 Movie Review: Prateik Babbar, Randeep Hooda steal the show! @ 30 Mar 2018 7:18 pm - Don’t go looking for a story or logic in Baaghi 2. The plot is convoluted at best, but even with a mess of a storyline, you are treated to some fine performances thanks to Prateik Babbar, Randeep Hooda, Deepak Dobriyal and to some extent, Darshan Kumar.
Hichki Movie Review: Too many hiccups! @ 23 Mar 2018 11:15 pm - Tourette’s Syndrome is the hero in Hickhi. Throughout the film, the neuropsychiatric disorder is highlighted with 'screaming delight' by director Siddharth P Malhotra. Everything else takes a backseat as the disorder takes centre stage.
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