root

6

Good

9.8
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Simmba

SIMMBA is formulaic but engaging! Packing-in all the masala ingredients that make a quintessential Rohit Shetty caper, SIMMBA is yet another edition, which is probably amongst the better works in the universe of this genre of cinema. Its long, but never tiring, and also delivers a good message, but in the most manipulating way possible – eventually catering satisfactorily to the expectations of...[Read More]

5.5

Watchable

6.9
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Zero

ZERO is absurd, but passable! Held together solely by an effortlessly charming Shahrukh Khan who wins your heart totally, this film is otherwise a poorly written, non-sensical and weird fantasy-drama. Calling this a concept-film, is a joke. Clocking-in at nearly quarter to three hours, ZERO has a rivetingly humorous first half, followed by a labored and pointlessly bizarre second half. It isn’t...[Read More]

5

Watchable

7.7
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Kedarnath

KEDARNATH is clichéd, but passable!   A blatant copy of Hollywood classic TITANIC, this film lacks novelty and ingenuity. However, this run-of-the-mill content is enhanced by a charming lead pair and pleasing visuals, which make this film a decent pastime. Watch it if you have two hours of absolutely free time! Set on a 14-kilometer pilgrimage from Gauri Kund to Kedarnath, the 2000-y...[Read More]

6.5

Good

5.5
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2.0

“2.0” is a grand spectacle that’s captivating but not convincing! Displaying what Indian Cinema can achieve if funded well with money and vision, “2.0” is an ambitious exhibition of visual effects which is truly impressive in its scope and scale. What it lacks in narrative heft, is compensated by the marvelous graphic display of action, born in the mind of master writer/director Shankar. Entert...[Read More]

3.5

Poor

4.5
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Thugs of Hindostan

THUGS OF HINDOSTAN is a mammoth misadventure! By far the most expensive film in the history of Hindi cinema, THUGS OF HINDOSTAN plays with really high stakes, but having such poor cards to play with, it ends up being a misfortune. Clocking a runtime of nearly three long hours, this is one grand boring affair. Avoidable! Based on Philip Meadows Taylor's 1839 novel “Confessions of a Thug”, the...[Read More]

7.5

Very Good

7.6
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Badhaai Ho

Recommended

BADHAAI HO is funny yet sensible! With a theme that immediately cracks you up, BADHAAI HO is a brilliant idea that’s also executed skillfully. Well performed and sensitively handled, this comedy is definitely worth your time and money. Go for it! The story goes as – when his middle-aged parents announce the news of an untimely pregnancy, Nakul (Ayushmann Khurrana) is far from thrilled. Not o...[Read More]

8.5

Outstanding

8
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Andhadhun

Recommended

ANDHADHUN is a deliciously deceitful tale! Springing up surprises every few minutes, ANDHADHUN is an exciting drama that unfolds at a quick pace, keeping its viewers on the edge of their seats all the time. Sharp and taut, this one’s a twistedly delightful treat that just can’t be missed. Highly recommended! The film revolves around the life of a blind pianist Akash (Ayushmann Khurrana). Aft...[Read More]

6

Good

5.5
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Sui Dhaaga

“SUI DHAAGA – Made in India” is pleasantly simplistic, but formulaic! Driven by a sweetly earthy theme, SUI DHAAGA hits all the right notes with its setting and characters, but falters with its unconvincing screenplay which has all the trappings of a standard Bollywood drama. While it isn’t as likeable as director Sharat Katariya’s previous film “DUM LAGA KE HAISHA”, SUI DHAAGA still deserves a...[Read More]

6

Good

6.7
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Batti Gul Meter Chalu

BATTI GUL METER CHALU is relevant, but too long and lacks subtlety! Much like his previous film “TOILET: EK PREM KATHA”, director Shree Narayan Singh harps on a pertinent subject, but scrubs it only at the surface level. But BATTI GUL METER CHALU is able to entertain you and manages to keep you interested in the subject matter despite its long duration. Notwithstanding its imperfections, this o...[Read More]

7

Very Good

5.5
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Manmarziyaan

Recommended

MANMARZIYAAN is fresh and frothy, but flawed! Helmed by the extremely talented Anurag Kashyap, this modern take on a love-triangle is both pragmatic and veridical. However, with a runtime that’s a bit too long and a second half that seems to be stuck in a repetitive loop, the film loses some of the charm that it creates all through. Nevertheless, a novel story, strong performances and great mus...[Read More]

5.5

Watchable

5.5
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Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi

HAPPY PHIRR BHAG JAYEGI is stupid, yet breezy! Taking the story forward from its previous installment, HAPPY PHIRR BHAG JAYEGI is a far cry from anything sensible, yet provides consistent light-hearted entertainment, which is a decent enough reason for you to watch it this weekend. Go in with low expectations, and you won’t be disappointed. Madness across the border is the by-line for the Ha...[Read More]

8.5

Outstanding

9
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Sanju

Recommended

SANJU is a masterfully created biopic! This complex story of a misguided star-kid is narrated with such ease by the master filmmaker Hirani, and played immaculately by the absolutely mind-blowing Ranbir Kapoor, making it arguably the most well-rounded biopic to have ever come out of Bollywood. Blending humour, emotions and drama in adequate doses, this one’s not to be missed. Highly recommended...[Read More]

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