Shubha Shetty-Saha

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  • Baadshaho

    ...the main culprit is the execution that is so jaded and predictable that even if you dozed off and woke up after an hour, you would know exactly what’s happening on the screen.

    Sep 2017
  • Raman Raghav 2.0

    It is dark, very dark and deprived of even a shred of dignity. It makes you feel nauseated at the shocking spread of depravity served to you. But then again, it is unique storytelling.

    Jun 2016
  • Dhanak

    ...goes much beyond what one expected of it and actually manages to kind of temporarily transport you to a magical place where hopes don't die and the most impossible of wishes come true.

    Jun 2016
  • TE3N

    Even though this film is a remake of a Korean film, 'Montage', full marks to Ribhu Dasgupta for giving it a strong local flavour, with familiar and comfortable sights and sounds.

    Jun 2016
  • Housefull 3

    You enter a theatre expecting the film to be silly and absurd. And even then, you end up laughing in amazement at the level of nonsense that it reaches.

    Jun 2016
  • Phobia

    The best thing about this film is that it doesn't follow the trusted and safe route of horror films and gets pleasantly unpredictable at the end.

    May 2016
  • Sarbjit

    it is largely thanks to a memorable performance by Randeep that your heart goes out and you might even end up shedding a few tears for the man...

    May 2016
  • Dear Dad

    This could have been a better film dealing with a real issue, but sadly, the script and direction did not seem confident enough to deal with it.

    May 2016
  • Buddha In A Traffic Jam

    While, at points, you want to take certain issues seriously, at other points, the director and the scriptwriter have totally gone overboard with all seriousness, making it unwittingly funny.

    May 2016
  • Azhar walk out of the theatre with no emotions, no sympathy, except for remorse at having wasted another two hours of your life on a strictly mediocre film.

    May 2016
  • Fan is evident why Shah Rukh Khan is needed for a film of this sort, and why only someone in his position and with his caliber could do it too.

    Apr 2016
  • Ki & Ka

    By picking the subject of gender role reversal for his film, R Balki walks on a tightrope, and even though the execution gets wobbly once in a while, he, thankfully, regains the balance every time.

    Apr 2016
  • Zubaan

    The film holds a lot of promise but doesn’t really live up to it. A more clear-minded script as well as a steadier hand at direction would have done wonders to this film.

    Mar 2016
  • Jai Gangaajal

    Jha yet again successfully revisits the world he’s so familiar with, the rampant hooliganism, the fascinating and colourful lingo that we are all familiar with, largely thanks to Jha’s earlier films.

    Mar 2016
  • Aligarh

    Any film that makes us think and re-think our own responses for days after having watched it is obviously a good film.

    Feb 2016
  • Fitoor

    Watch it for its beauty (cinematography by Anay Goswami), music (Amit Trivedi) and a few and far in between tender, touching moments.

    Feb 2016