Shaheen Parkar

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  • Jhootha Kahin Ka

    Replete with inane humour, the movie barely inspires a chuckle. Apparently, an assortment of stereotypical characters, a dash of one-liners and songs thrown in at regular intervals is enough to make a film today.


    Jul 2019
  • LoveYatri

    Aayush and Warina fans are in for a surprise, and Salman fans too will get what they expect from the film - entertainment in terms of dialogues, dance and screen presence.


    Oct 2018
  • Pari

    ...redefines the horror genre in Bollywood. It proves that we've come a long was since the era when the Ramsay Brothers...


    Mar 2018
  • Phullu times, may appear to be a social service campaign, considering its subject, but an effort has been made which needs to be lauded. It may be a small start, but a beginning has been made to change the mindset about menstruation.


    Jun 2017
  • Machine

    Attention has been paid to exotic locations, fancy costumes and aerial cinematography, with scant regard to the plot. The wafer-thin story crumbles in 'Machine'.


    Mar 2017
  • Budhia Singh

    There are no star trappings, but the film leaves you with a warm, fuzzy feeling. So much so that you will want to overlook the flaws and just enjoy the experience.


    Aug 2016
  • Dishoom

    They have splurged on the film’s styling, but not on the storytelling. Agreed it is a leave-your-brains-at-home entertainer, but some method to the madness would have packed a punch.


    Jul 2016
  • LoveShhuda

    The statutory warning about drinking being injurious to health certainly applies to the film. The copious amount of alcohol that is downed throughout the film is enough to cause a severe hangover to the audience.


    Feb 2016
  • Uvaa

    The youngsters in the film might have burned the midnight oil to become an example for others, but Uvaa does not even deserve grace marks.


    Jun 2015
  • Mr. X

    Bhatt tries to incorporate the superhero angle, but his linear narrative springs no surprises and as soon as he makes his hero go invisible, his entire plot is clearly visible and the heavy inspiration from Hollywood flicks.


    Apr 2015
  • Zed Plus

    If it had stuck to its genre of being just a political satire, without recourse to excessiveness, Zed Plus could have been got greater access.


    Nov 2014
  • Warning

    What Warning lacks are the thrills and chills in the attempts to save themselves from a watery death.


    Sep 2013
  • Grand Masti

    The makers may be targetting the college kids (who will joke about it) and frontbenchers (with an aim to titillate), asinine stuff after all also has takers in the name of entertainment.


    Sep 2013
  • 3G

    When peals of laughter fill the auditorium, it is clear that the chills are more amusing than hair-raising.


    Mar 2013