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  • 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?...
  • Raanjhana Before watching Raanjhana, I kept weighing its pros and cons. Unsure till the last moment, I finally decided to take the plunge...
  • Fukrey So does this ‘boastful’ comedy have enough substance to wow? Let’s find out....
  • Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 “Since we have so many in house actors, we don’t need outside actors.” Sunny Deol frankly answered one of the journos who (rather needlessly!) wondered why Deols did not hire services of any major actors from the industry!...
  • Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani So what do we get to see from the director – actor team that gave us an interesting coming of age rom-com in Wake Up Sid?...
  • Aurangzeb A Yashraj film is an event by itself and always raises expectations. Before you start watching Aurangzeb, you wonder about its choice of title. What exactly is in store for you?...
  • Gippi Now comes Gippi, a film that gives away precious little about its plot through its title. Is it going to be any different?...
  • Shootout At Wadala It comes as no surprise that for his latest film Shootout at Wadala Sanjay Gupta has chosen the real life story of Manya Surve, a dreaded gangster....
  • Go Goa Gone It may be Hollywood-inspired but still Go Goa Gone is a fresh funny take on zombies. A definite Bollywood first!...
  • Bombay Talkies Bombay Talkies…a movie celebrating 100 years of Indian cinema; a movie featuring 4 top contemporary film-makers’ independent shorts…The hype build-up was systematic and sustained....
  • Ek Thi Daayan So is Ek Thi Daayan- a horror-film produced and co-written by the talented Vishal Bhardwaj any different?...
  • Nautanki Saala It is said to be an adaptation of a French comedy called Apres Vous. So how does this French ‘nautanki’ fare in its Bollywood avatar?...
  • Chashme Baddoor Knowing Dhawan’s forte of colorful but crass comedies, it is hard not to harbor serious reservations about the new deal. So how is it?...
  • Himmatwala By what token the original Himmatwala became a classic worthy of a remake is beyond me....
  • Aatma A tiny shock; a little fright; a teeny-weeny edge-of-the seat white-knuckled moment; a minor unexpected twist…don’t we even have the fundamental right to expect these very basic courtesies to be extended to us when we watch a supposed horror movi...
  • Jolly LLB Writer-director Subhash Kapoor presents a witty satire on the inefficient Indian legal system and shows us how the system is being manipulated in a million ways by corrupt cops, unscrupulous lawyers and moneyed people....
  • Race 2 There were plenty of expectations from this second installment of Race. But what did we get in the end?...

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