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Pradeep Menon

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Number of reviews
13
Average rating
53

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  • Veere Di Wedding

    It’s strange that filmmakers take some risk when mounting a film like Veere Di Wedding, and then don’t back it with sensible writing all the way through, trusting the audience to understand a modicum of nuance and subtlety.

    Jun 2018
  • Katiyabaaz

    Insightful, scathing and even a tad bit depressing at times, the film is crisp and thoroughly entertaining, but with also a rather pertinent point to it all.

    Sep 2014
  • Kaanchi

    With gratingly bad performances and a poorly written script that doesn't quite know what to do with its noble intentions, the film's greatest redeeming quality is that it ends.

    May 2014
  • 2 States

    ...provides instant gratification primarily because of a charming lead cast and an excellent supporting cast that rises above the rather tame writing.

    Apr 2014
  • Bhoothnath Returns

    Though it is a tad too naïve and preachy, and a little too long for it's own good, the film attempts to make a point that a number of us can learn from; it is a well-acted film with some genuine moments.

    Apr 2014
  • Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

    ...the kind of film you wouldn’t mind watching despite the fact that there isn’t much in the film that is memorable. With a cast that will win your heart and music that’ll play on loop in your head for a while after, the film is fun but rarely much more.

    May 2013
  • Harud

    One of the most visually impactful films in recent times, Harud may not be palatable to all primarily because of its pace. But the sheer power of the manner in which Kashmir has been captured on celluloid will make it worth a watch for many.

    Jul 2012