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Bollywood Films - Reviews

Bollywood Films - Reviews

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  •     Bullett Raja
    After wooing the critics and multiplex audiences with his intriguing political thrillers, Tigmanshu Dhulia tries to translate the formula for mainstream masses....
  •     Gori Tere Pyar Mein
    To be frank Imran and Kareena as the lead pair did not really set Ganges on fire in their first outing and a question remained whether they would bring anything new this time around to change the situation. ...
  •     Ram Leela
    Is this Romeo-Juliet adaptation a masterpiece or a bad miss?...
  •     Krrish 3
    Rakesh Roshan comes up with yet another installment in his sci-fi series, which began with an ET-inspired Koi Mil Gaya and went on to create an Indian superhero Krrish. ...
  •     Mickey Virus
    Popular TV-host Manish Paul makes his debut in tinsel town. With an interesting title and a promise of a techno-age comedy-thriller, his debut vehicle Mickey Virus looks an interesting proposition on paper. How is it actually?...
  •     Boss
    Remakes of hits from South have been doing very well in Bollywood. So there is hardly any surprise when Akshay Kumar who last year reaped a rich harvest from such remake- (Read Rowdy Rathod!) now comes up with one more similar offering. ...
  •     War Chhod Na Yaar
    For the first time, someone is making an attempt to satirize the serious topic and present the funny side of this rather needless enmity across the border. So how does this concept work in War Chhod Na Yaar?...
  •     Besharam
    The super-talented, super-likeable Kapoors- (Neetu-Rishi-&-Ranbir) coming together for the first time to work with Abhinav Singh Kashyap, the man who directed the super-hit Dabangg. Now who would miss such a film?...
  •     BA Pass
    Is BA Pass just some sleazy soft porn or is there more to it?...
  •     The Lunchbox
    ‘There is something about this Lunchbox!’That was the first thought in my mind, when I decided to watch ‘The Lunchbox’. ...
  •     Phata Poster Nikhla Hero
    When Sachin Tendulkar decides to endorse a film on his Facebook page, you naturally become curious. ...
  •     Shuddh Desi Romance
    From its catchy title, young good-looking lead actors and contemporary ‘Live-in relationship’ theme, Shuddh Desi Romance promised to be an interesting film....
  •     Zanjeer
    One look at the promos was enough to make me cringe but still I did not want to be biased, so I watched the full 2013 version of Zanjeer....
  •     Satyagraha
    Weaving real life socio-political issues into the story-line and presenting a big canvas picture with a multi-star cast is a formula that has worked well for Prakash Jha....
  •     Madras Cafe
    After hitting the bull’s eye through Vicky Donor, producer John Abraham and director Shoojit Sircar decided to join hands together to make Madras Café, a film on the LTTE struggle and Rajiv Gandhi assassination....
  •     Chennai Express
    Say what you may about Rohit Shetty’s films. Call them silly, crude, crass, mindless and other things in the same vein. ...
  •     D-Day
    When Nikhil Advani announced a film, a spy thriller about an imaginary plot about nabbing India’s most wanted terrorist criminal Dawood Ibrahim, it evoked mixed reactions....
  •     Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
    Whether to focus on the legendary personality’s professional achievements or to delve into his personal life, that’s the classic dilemma for any biopic....
  •     Lootera
    Lootera was something that raised expectations, especially since it was said to be a lavish period film set in the early 1950s. With the rather odd lead pair of Ranveer Singh and Sonakshi Sinha, how does this film fare on silver screen?...
  •     Ghanchakkar
    So how did this much-anticipated comic thriller unfold on screen? Did it add to Vidya’s growing list of stupendous performances?...

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