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Anupama Chopra

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Number of reviews
399
Average rating
46

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  • Raees

    The best way to enjoy Raees then is to manage expectations first. This is an uneven film. In places, you will applaud and whistle. But you might also find yourself utterly exhausted.

    59

    Jan 2017
  • Kaabil

    ...is a B-grade genre film elevated by the blazing talent of its lead player — Hrithik Roshan. Hrithik invests so much sweat and sincerity in this slim story that he forces us to stay invested in it.

    59

    Jan 2017
  • Ok Jaanu

    Shaad doesn’t add anything to the narrative and the leads aren’t dazzling enough to distract us from the inherent flaws — like the repetition and predictable ending.

    39

    Jan 2017
  • Haraamkhor

    Despite the jerks, Haraamkhor is a strong debut. Shlok Sharma has an observant eye and the ability to empathise with even the vilest among us. That should hold him in good stead.

    59

    Jan 2017
  • Befikre

    There is also a noticeable dip in the second half, and the farcical ending isn’t entirely satisfying. But there’s enough magic here to leave you with a smile.

    69

    Dec 2016
  • Force 2

    John powers through all of this armed with his jaw-dropping muscles, limited acting skills and a ferocious sincerity. Sadly, sincerity is never enough.

    39

    Nov 2016
  • Pink

    ...works because the grimness of the material doesn't weigh on the telling. This isn't a laboured lecture on women's rights.

    79

    Sep 2016
  • Madaari

    ...is a testament to the talent of Irrfan – the Khan has been dropped. This predictable, inconsistent and implausible story would have collapsed completely with a lesser actor.

    49

    Jul 2016