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  • Maalik Ek attempt to cash in on the religious sensibilities of the Indian audiences. So director Vij does not bother about putting up a show that is even close to bearable.

    Oct 2010
  • Nakshatra is a series of frames put together as a slideshow; meaningless, brainless and distasteful. Everything — from the name of the film to its screenplay, direction, action and editing - reeks of artlessness and uninventive ideas.

    Oct 2010
  • Aakrosh not without its flaws, but it’s terribly engaging. It’s not all fun, watch it for some fast-paced, action-packed chase sequences and topical relevance.

    Oct 2010
  • 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