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  • Batla House a massy/crowd pleasing distillation of Operation Batla House that manages to share some facts on heroisms, valour, faith, religion and the politics behind.

    Aug 2019
  • Super 30

    ...leaves a profound impression and makes us ponder – how much there is to this man Anand Kumar who stirred a revolution and how much there is to this actor Hrithik Roshan who is now so fearless and much Kaabil to the core after every movie.

    Jul 2019
  • Article 15

    Powerfully painful & soothingly healing, an empowering piece of cinema that offers hope and salvation that is so necessary in today’s time. Very highly recommended.

    Jun 2019
  • Game Over a cacophony of gore and screams that tries to shop at every tool available in the thriller/slasher/supernatural/horror genre that is completely prosthetic in its virtuosity to be politically relevant and correct.

    Jun 2019
  • Bharat

    ...could have been a masterpiece if it was served with some reality but still this grand Eid bonanza starring superstar Salman Khan is an emotionally touching ode to a good human, true Indian, fatherhood, brotherhood, peace, harmony, good virtues, family and how all these when come together can make a great nation.

    Jun 2019
  • Nakkash

    The premise and the plot of the film keep you hooked. But it is the jagged screenplay, which is a minor issue, at times could be a stumbling block for a seamless viewing experience.

    May 2019
  • PM Narendra Modi

    Mitron, Bhaiyon or Behano, our PM Shri Narendra Modi doesn’t require such artificial, soulless glory in ‘reels’, Modi is an experience that is experienced best in ‘real’ and a true Indian knows it. 

    May 2019
  • Tarpan

    ...may not be that nostalgic and hard – hitting as it should have been considering the subject matter, it flaws are glaring but still the honesty by director Neelam R Singh to tell a story to the people that needs to be told cannot be ruled out.

    Apr 2019
  • Kalank

    ...has everything – beauty, heart and a stellar cast but lacks the emotional heartbeat and is found searching for a soul. A beautifully stunning world, a lavish theatre created by sitting comfortably on an armchair that goes everywhere and reaches nowhere.

    Apr 2019
  • The Tashkent Files

    ...the film is well-researched and potent in nature. But with the timing of its release and the undertones in its messaging, this film appears to be a propaganda film that neither ignites any patriotic fervour nor journalistic appeal.

    Apr 2019
  • Romeo Akbar Walter

    Better luck next time, but what about my 2hrs 19 mins of time lost in this pursuit of some genuine thrills that ended in a grill of glorious make belief and in-your-face kind of cinema.

    Apr 2019
  • No Fathers In Kashmir

    ...could have been intensely hard-hitting & disturbing drama throughout but in any case the last 20+ odd minutes sees the movie transcending deficiencies through the sheer strength of its subject material.

    Apr 2019
  • Notebook not just a kiss to your heart, or a balm for the soul, it’s the divine belief of togetherness and a reminder that even in the frenetic surroundings, the cosmos has its own steady pendulum about love, compassion and togetherness.

    Mar 2019
  • Gone Kesh

    Debutant Qasim Khallow has made a positive movie on hope by touching the rare issue of alopecia where Shweta Tripathi gladly puts her hair down.

    Mar 2019
  • Kesari

    This epic war action is not just an entertainer its one of those rare stories of unparallel courage, bravery and honour that teaches some lessons on humanity and the true meaning of war and sacrifice.

    Mar 2019
  • Milan Talkies

    ...Tigmanshu Dhulia’s offbeat tribute to Bollywood beats some right notes on reality and this mix of fact and fiction is interestingly nostalgic, intimate and intriguing.

    Mar 2019