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Bollywood Films - Reviews

Bollywood Films - Reviews

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  •     Bajrangi Bhaijaan
    The last few months have been trying times for Salman Khan…. quite literally! The superstar, whose Eid releases have been Bollywood box-office highlights for last quite a few years, has been in the eye of the storm....
  •     ABCD 2
    This time around Remo gets a bigger budget and bigger stars to flaunt on a much bigger stage- and that too in 3D. But does this ‘bigger’ reprise work well?...
  •     Dil Dhadakne Do
    Finally 4 years after her award-sweeping 2011 ZNMD-success, Zoya Akhtar has come back with Dil Dhadakne Do. So how does the film fare?...
  •     Tanu Weds Manu Returns
    In 2011, Tanu Weds Manu became a sleeper hit. This film about an unlikely romance between a staid NRI doctor and a wild desi girl had enough wacky humor to overcome a slightly predictable storyline. ...
  •     Piku
    From the time I watched the promos of Shoojit Sircar’s new film Piku, I was in a quandary. ...
  •     Gabbar Is Back
    Without any filmi family background or any big banner godfather, Akshay Kumar has been coolly churning 100 crore hits one after another....
  •     Mr. X
    The ‘invisible man’ theme has already been successfully used in Hindi cinema- first in the 1964-Mr. X In Bombay and then in the 1987-Mr. India. ...
  •     Detective Byomkesh Bakshy
    Director Dibakar Banerjee has given us some interesting off-beat movies. Now he joins hands with India’s premier mainstream banner Yashraj Films to present his take on Bengali writer Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay’s famous fictional detective....
  •     NH 10
    Now full eight years later Navdeep Singh comes up with his second film NH 10. ...
  •     Dum Laga Ke Haisha
    Yashraj Films couldn’t have chosen a more unlikely lead team for their latest film Dum Laga Ke Haisha. But they have done that....
  •     Ab Tak Chhappan 2
    More than a decade later, Sadhu Agashe, the famed encounter-specialist cop makes a return in Ab Tak Chhappan-2....
  •     Badlapur
    After his brilliant debut film Ek Hasina Thi, director Sriram Raghavan has given us an edgy Johnny Gaddar and an insipid Agent Vinod....
  •     Roy
    Movies like Roy are exceptions to that fair-play rule....
  •     Rahasya
    The unexplained murder of a Delhi-based dentist couple’s teenager daughter Aarushi Talwar and the events that followed must count as one of the most discussed and debated mysteries in India....
  •     Shamitabh
    The director had termed Shamitabh as ‘a tribute to the greatest baritone in Indian cinema’....
  •     Baby
    Who in the right frame of mind would name a spy thriller- Baby?...
  •     Dolly Ki Doli
    Dolly Ki Doli, the latest Sonam Kapoor flick produced by Arbaaz Khan presents a familiar plot....
  •     Tevar
    Now practically every other film tries to make a violent love-story using rustic locales; hinterland lingo; a consortium of cops, goons and politicos; crude humor; bone-crunching violence and a raunchy item songs....
  •     PK
    There were speculations and counter-speculations aplenty when it came to discussing PK, which arguably was 2014’s most eagerly awaited movie....
  •     Happy Ending
    2014 hasn’t been too kind to Saif Ali Khan, the actor and Saif Ali Khan, the producer. So is his new home production going to provide him with the Happy Ending for the year?...

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