Sushmita Murthy

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  • Dilwale

    In a bid to chase the Bollywood success formula of a masala flick, which Rohit Shetty undisputedly has cracked over the years, this film tried to pack too many punches in one. As a result, none are strong enough.


    Dec 2015
  • Bajrangi Bhaijaan

    ...a sweet story, dusted with sugar, glazed with honey and dipped in saccharin. While the sugar rush can get a little dizzying in the start, it’s a matter of time before you acquire the taste for it.


    Jul 2015
  • NH10

    ...a heady concoction of anxiety, fear, shock and rage to say the least. Watch it only if you have the stomach for it, you've been warned.


    Mar 2015
  • Dum Laga Ke Haisha

    The film does not offer as much comedy as it promises in the promo, but does manage to engage your senses for most part. After a point though, the plot loses momentum and becomes a bit of a drag.


    Feb 2015
  • Khamoshiyan

    ...the film does offer some shrieks and shocks if you keep aside rational thinking, and if you’re a horror junkie who’s in it only for the chills, you may walk out sufficiently spooked.


    Jan 2015
  • Alone

    ...the film gives a few thrills and chills that a horror film does, with its eerie background score and more often the impression of an ambush lurking in the crannies. There are however slip-ups that defy logic and continuity of script.


    Jan 2015
  • Happy Ending

    Self-deprecating humour, charming as it may be, is a rarity in Hindi films and ‘Happy Ending’ is one such film. It takes a jibe at the ‘formula’ that most box office hits follow, even while it panders to it – albeit smartly.


    Nov 2014
  • Finding Fanny one big déjà vu. Not because it is a sequel to an earlier Rohit Shetty blockbuster, but because the film is riddled with clichés and tried-and-tested antics.


    Aug 2014