critic

Tushar Joshi

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Number of reviews
150
Average rating
43

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Date

Title

Rating

  • Aladin

    Aladin excels in the SFX department, setting a benchmark for others to follow, but as an engaging fairy tale that weaves magic and mystery it fails on every front.

    39

    Nov 2009
  • Jail

    Lacking the traditional drama and style of a Bhandarkar film, Jail has convincing performances but fails to leave an imprint on your mind like the predecessors.

    39

    Nov 2009
  • Kurbaan

    Packed with powerful performances, it’s a must- watch for its technical brilliance and captivating storyline.

    59

    Nov 2009
  • Radio

    Radio may be music to the ears of die-hard Himesh fans; others would find it a bit out of tune!

    39

    Dec 2009
  • Dulha Mil Gaya

    Despite the visual goof-ups and coherent flaws, the real villain of the film is the lazy and uninspired script, corny dialogues and ridiculous twists.

    29

    Jan 2010
  • Ishqiya

    Anyone who loves to hear stories and drown themselves in the sights and sounds of a place will be delighted. The performances will have you gasping for more.

    59

    Jan 2010
  • Rann

    Hardly an expose, or even fodder for healthy debate, Rann relises too hard on gimmicks to try and battle the rating charts.

    39

    Jan 2010
  • Lahore

    Lahore should be watched for Farooque's terrific performance and some engaging kickboxing fights in the climax.

    49

    Mar 2010
  • Prince

    Those who love mindless thrillers filled with loud explosions and high- speed car chases might enjoy Prince.

    39

    Apr 2010
  • Aisha

    ...looks like a catalogue for the season's trendiest wear than an entertaining adaption of the Jane Austen novel.

    39

    Aug 2010
  • Hisss

    Strictly for Mallika fans who want a dose of her trademark titillation wrapped under the pretense of a thrilling story of a snake-woman.

    19

    Oct 2010
  • Allah Ke Banday

    Faruk Kabir handles the sensitive topic of juvenile delinquency with maturity and compassion. Strong performances and engaging moments make the film truly memorable.

    49

    Nov 2010
  • Turning 30

    The material is weak and sub plots unravel at their own sluggish pace, making you wonder if turning 30 is really that much of a big deal.

    29

    Jan 2011