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Anupama Chopra

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Number of reviews
399
Average rating
46

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Date

Title

Rating

  • Shaitan

    Slowly but surely Shaitan loses steam, becomes repetitive and ends in a whimper. Which is a shame because Nambiar has talent to burn.

    59

    Jun 2011
  • Ready

    ...made me laugh sporadically but beyond a point I could almost feel my brain cells shrinking and exhaustion setting in, one joke at a time.

    39

    Jun 2011
  • Shagird

    Nana Patekar fans will enjoy his purposefully eccentric, casually ruthless cop but honestly, it felt like deja vu to me.

    49

    May 2011
  • Haunted

    ...mist, screeching doors, books that fall by themselves and blaring background music that insists that you be scared. I was trying not to laugh out loud.

    29

    May 2011
  • Teen Thay Bhai

    ...a film so bewildering and tonally inconsistent that as you watch, you can only wonder: what were these people smoking?

    29

    Apr 2011
  • Game

    There's lot of strutting and style and high-tech sleuthing. But there isn't a story that makes sense.

    39

    Apr 2011
  • Tanu Weds Manu

    Though the director picked up an interesting subject, he has not succeeded in executing his story effectively on screen - there are not enough laughs in the film.

    49

    Feb 2011
  • Patiala House

    It is an old-fashioned Hindi movie with big drama, solid dialogue-baazi and moments that are genuinely moving and rousing.

    49

    Feb 2011
  • Yeh Saali Zindagi

    The film is much too long, indulgent and exhausting but if you’re willing to work with it, there is considerable fun to be had.

    59

    Feb 2011
  • Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji

    ...has an interesting story but the characters and situations aren't fleshed out enough. There is an inherent clumsiness and in places the film feels long and leaden.

    55

    Jan 2011
  • Dhobi Ghat

    ...is an acquired taste. Either the film will sink into your skin like a slow ache or it will be bewildering and downright boring.

    59

    Jan 2011
  • Tees Maar Khan

    In Tees Maar Khan, everyone is overacting as though life depends on it. There is a lot of screaming, grimacing and heaving.

    39

    Dec 2010