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Bollywood Films - Reviews

Bollywood Films - Reviews

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  •     Talvar
    Very few court cases have ever generated the kind of intrigue and interest that the infamous Aarushi Talwar murder case has...
  •     Singh Is Bliing
    Singh Is Bliing once again proves Akki’s hold on box-office. ...
  •     Manjhi-The Mountain Man
    For Manjhi-The Mountain Man, Mehta chooses Dashrath Manjhi, another interesting Indian personality, whose exploits are not well known to general public....
  •     Phantom
    The anti-Pakistan rhetoric in Phantom promotions did capture some public attention. But finally what do we get out of this film?...
  •     Masaan
    Masaan is the colloquial equivalent of the Hindi word Shamshaan (the Hindu cremation ground) and the film deals with that theme,...
  •     Drishyam
    Ajay Devgn’s latest Hindi flick is inspired by Jeethu Joseph’s story that earlier formed the basis of successful Malyalam and Tamil films....
  •     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....

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