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  • Anaarkali Of Aarah the surprise of the season. It is stunning in thought, spellbinding in plot and utterly gripping in the way the story of a small-town dancer-singer’s adventures in lecher-land unfolds.

    Mar 2017
  • Badrinath Ki Dulhania light, entertaining and likeable. Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt prove that on screen chemistry can be enough sometimes to keep you engaged in an average plot with a predictable narrative.

    Mar 2017
  • Irada

    Films with social causes at its core work, but only if​ ​they manage to resonate with you in some way. This one doesn’t, at least not to the degree you’d like it to.

    Feb 2017
  • Ok Jaanu

    Despite being set in 2017 with a contemporary look and feel, Ok Jaanu's idea of love feels dated. Brand placement in the middle of a romantic scene that's meant to evoke some emotion is a terrible idea!

    Jan 2017
  • Dangal

    ...has all the ingredients of a great sports film and the fact that it is based on a real life story will make you chuckle and tear up alternately throughout the film.

    Dec 2016
  • Befikre

    ...proves that Aditya Chopra is a master storyteller when it comes to love stories. Watch it for Ranveer's easiest and most natural performance. A true romcom the film won't disappoint fans of the genre.

    Dec 2016
  • Force 2 a great watch mainly because it stays true to its genre and provides ample adrenaline rush. John Abraham is in top form and the film has some of the best action sequences shot this year.

    Nov 2016
  • Mirzya random, abstract and niche – not particularly everyone’s cup of tea. Watch it for Harshvardhan Kapoor and Saiyami Kher – the most unassuming debutants of 2016.

    Oct 2016