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  • Ishaqzaade

    Writer-Director Habib Faisal succeeds to a great extent in crafting an unpredictable first half full of spunk and spirit, but plays it boringly safe in the second, offering no new solutions or fresh perspectives in a story that has been done to death.

    May 2012
  • Fatso

    Using magical realism Kapoor deals with deep-seated human quandaries in a light-hearted fashion but ultimately fails to realise the potential of the subject.

    May 2012
  • Jannat 2

    This is the kind of film that would have gone straight to video in Hollywood, made strictly for a niche audience of a niche film. So dont worry about missing this. Just a matter of time before they make it again as Jannat 3.

    May 2012
  • Tezz

    Set out to make a thriller, Priyadarshan delivers an unintentional comedy which is neither sharp nor sensible.

    Apr 2012
  • Hate Story

    The film may give morality a Dam(n) but there has to be logic. Thanks to the jerky narrative, instead of empathising with the characters you start laughing at them.

    Apr 2012
  • Bumboo

    A wannabe Bheja Fry, this crass, scatalogical humour-infested stagey remake is just about funny enough to make you source out the French original Lemmerdeur "A Pain in the Ass".

    Apr 2012
  • Agent Vinod

    While the basics make sure that Agent Vinod is way better than run-of-the-mill Bollywood, our standards for Sriram Raghavan are sky high. This is a disappointment only because we expect a lot more from the guy who takes his time and dedicates himself completely to films.

    Mar 2012
  • Ekk Deewana Tha

    Even if you dont mind the lack of detailing, you cant avoid the potholes in the script. As we wait for Jessie to make up her mind, the film loses its coherence.

    Feb 2012