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99

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Number of reviews
670
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48

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  • Saina

    Parineeti Chopra gives it her best shot, Manav Kaul lifts provides the film a fillip when he is on the screen and the badminton action is staged with aplomb. But, despite the pluses, Amole Gupte's Saina is a mishit.

    39

    Mar 2021
  • Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar

    ...isn't a fast-paced drama designed for easy comprehension and cheap thrills. It demands that you abandon the lexicon you usually employ to decipher a genre film and embrace the joy of responding to unusual, often cryptic modes.

    69

    Mar 2021
  • Roohi

    It delivers a reasonably passable first half - it is enlivened by Varun Sharma's comic timing - but then meanders into a post-interval stretch that limps around in circles until a bizarre twist in the climax sends us home scratching our heads and wondering what on earth has hit us.

    39

    Mar 2021
  • Kaagaz

    The lead actor has to carry the weight of the entire film on his shoulders. He does so gamely, occasionally allowing his usual understated style to make way for a more demonstrative mode of acting.

    59

    Jan 2021
  • Coolie No.1

    ...does not take into account that the world has changed since the David Dhawan-Govinda combo churned out hit after hit with their mad capers. The formula that yielded dividends all those years ago no longer does.

    19

    Dec 2020
  • AK vs AK

    ...is a wild, wacky shot in the dark. It could have been a disaster had the brains behind it did not know what they were up against. That certainly isn't the case. The film's self-awareness borders on the staggering.

    69

    Dec 2020
  • Angrezi Medium

    ...the screenplay, credited to four writers (too many cooks...?), muddles things up, which is more frequently than is good for the film, it definitely isn't good news, no matter what medium one chooses to deliver it in.

    39

    Mar 2020
  • Kaamyaab

    The screenplay is insightful, if not blindingly revelatory. And some of the directorial sleights are commendably in tune with the demands of the material...

    59

    Mar 2020
  • Bhoot – Part One

    Only the very, very faint-hearted will find its jump scares worth the din that surrounds them. For the rest, Bhoot: Part One is akin to a ride on a stranded ship. You start at point A and end at point A and, what's worse, with a headache you could have done without.

    29

    Feb 2020
  • Love Aaj Kal

    ...is an audacious, if flawed, ode to love as a quest for happiness and self-realization that often triggers conflicting emotions and unsettling impulses but never fails to enrich the soul.

    59

    Feb 2020
  • Street Dancer 3D

    It is an edifice built on a weak foundation: yes, a mound of rubble is what Street Dancer 3D as it collapses under its own weight. It whips up, in an unseemly fit of frenzy, a purported celebration of dance. Cinema is given short shrift in the bargain.

    29

    Jan 2020
  • Chhapaak

    ...has several parts that are delicately crafted. But the aggregation of the elements that constitute film does not somehow yield something greater than the sum of the parts. Nonetheless the parts that work do make Chhapaak essential viewing.

    59

    Jan 2020