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DNA

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Number of reviews
582
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49

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  • Khichdi

    Side-splitting dialogues, animated performances, and hilarious episodes leverage the film to an out-and-out entertainer that grabs your attention and retains it, too.

    Oct 2010
  • For Real

    The film progresses at a sluggish pace, probably an attempt to showcase the sensitivity of the subject. The intent is sincere, but the gravity of the situation just does not seem convincing.

    Sep 2010
  • Peepli [Live]

    The message is strong but doesn’t hit you with the force you expect it to. This could be deliberate, given that the film underplays the histrionics and keeps the tone light, probably to reach out to a larger audience.

    Aug 2010
  • Lamhaa

    ...does not give you too many reasons to go and watch it. Though it is the kind of film that wants you to sympathise with its characters, the plot leaves you so utterly confused that you just want to forget this blood fest.

    Jul 2010
  • I Hate Luv Storys

    Inspite of the lack of a credible story and the predictable ending, this film is worth a watch mainly because of the appropriate candy coloured cinematography, reams of sparkling wit, great comedic timing and humorously edged performances provide for some consistent pop-corn styled entertainment!

    Jul 2010
  • Love Sex Aur Dhokha

    ...is the ‘cool’ film youngsters would enjoy, and its realness will strike a chord with a few. The more discerning audience may be left disappointed. But it is film you can’t ignore.

    Mar 2010
  • Toh Baat Pakki

    ...is not as invigorating as one expects it to be. The film has some wonderful moments, some old-world charm, but the humour, at several points, falls flat.

    Feb 2010
  • Click

    ...remains watchable for two reasons: the storyline is interesting and the horror quotient is better than most horror films made in Bollywood.

    Feb 2010
  • Ishqiya

    ...director Abhishek Chaubey combines elements of his guru Vishal Bharadwaj (the rawness of the script) with that of Quentin Tarantino (the background score and wild characters), which results in an edgy, stylised comic thriller.

    Jan 2010
  • Rann

    The problem with Rann is that it doesn't strike a balance between what it shows - the ugly side of the news media - and some of the advantages of having a free press in a democracy.

    Jan 2010