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Bollywood Films - Reviews

Bollywood Films - Reviews

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  •     Holiday
    Both, Akshay Kumar and A. R. Murugadoss know a thing or two about converting a popular South Indian masala flick into a Bollywood blockbuster...
  •     Heropanti
    Jackie made his debut In the 1983- film Hero and now, three decades later Tiger is making his Bollywood entry through Heropanti. ...
  •     Kaanchi
    Time and tide wait for no one; not even for Subhash Ghai, Bollywood’s self-proclaimed showman and a proven dream merchant....
  •     Revolver Rani
    Coming in the wake of the likeable Queen, it was but natural that the film Revolver Rani would raise expectations of another memorable Kangna Ranaut performance...
  •     2 States
    Chetan Bhagat’s books have long been Bollywood favourites and for a definite reason, too....
  •     Bhootnath Returns
    While the original Bhootnath (2008) made good business at the box-office, it left with an impression of underutilizing the Big B factor....
  •     Main Tera Hero
    Still David Dhawan keeps dishing up the similar muddled plots, hoping that a charismatic hero would carry the film on his shoulders!...
  •     Ragini MMS 2
    Ekta Kapoor, who had produced the original Ragini MMS, now comes back with a sequel, making multiple key changes....
  •     Queen
    More important is its core message. “Don’t keep harping on the heart-breaks. Get a grip on life and move on!”...
  •     Bewaqoofiyaan
    “A Yashraj movie featuring Rishi Kapoor; I have to see it.” Yes, that was my reasoning to watch Bewaqoofiyaan....
  •     Gulab Gang
    Gulab Gang, a film apparently inspired by a Bundel Khand-based social vigilante Sampat Pal and her Gulabi Gang, created the right pre-release buzz. But did it justify that?...
  •     Shaadi Ke Side Effects
    Shaadi Ke Side Effects features two of the most talented lead actors- Farhan Akhtar and Vidya Balan. On paper, it looks a good bet for a fun-filled theatre outing. But is it?...
  •     Highway
    With successful and well-acclaimed films such as Jab We Met, Love Aaj Kal and Rockstar in his kitty, Imtiaz Ali has proved that any new venture of his is obviously worth looking forward to. ...
  •     Gunday
    Yashraj films have had a super successful 2013, ending with the biggest hit of the year Dhoom 3. Here comes their first 2014 release featuring their two protégés- Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor, along with another perennial favourite Priyanka Chopr...
  •     Hasee Toh Phasee
    Karan Johar movies have a typical glossy, urban, candyfloss feel. But will Anurag Kashyap’s Phantom Films joining in as the co-producer bring some new elements, some fresh ideas on board?...
  •     Jai Ho
    So when Jai Ho was to be released in the first month of 2014, there was a question in many minds whether Salman’s magic touch would continue to hold sway at the box-office....
  •     Miss Lovely
    Miss Lovely is a tough film made on a tough topic. It shakes us to the core by showing a slice of life, far removed from the daily mainstream grind....
  •     Dedh Ishqiya
    How does this second coming of Ishqiya work out? Titled as Dedh Ishqiya, is it really half a step ahead of its predecessor?...
  •     Mr. Joe B Carvalho
    I was quite interested to know whether Mr. Joe B Carvalho, supposedly a story of an inept small town private detective, was an equally interesting take....
  •     Dhoom 3
    Lots of questions were being asked before the Dhoom 3 release. Will the film surpass the success of previous two films of this super-hit franchise?...

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