An archive of Hindi movie reviews and ratings from 2010 to 2020.


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  • Kick

    The setting seemed ripe for an entertaining no-brainer, but Kick will remain as forgettable as most money-spinners lately.


    Jul 2014
  • Humshakals

    Humshakals should set several online forums on fire, with topics ranging from “Is Humshakals Really Worse Than Himmatwala?” to “Saif Ali Khan’s Mid-life Crisis – Desperate For A 100cr Hit” to “Must Sajid Khan Get To Make Films Only He And His Friends Enjoy?” 


    Jun 2014
  • Heropanti

    Director Sabbir Khan abandons the promise of a mindless action entertainer in favour of a more mindless emotional drama, which he naturally finds himself inept at.


    May 2014
  • The Xpose

    ...the film fails spectacularly is in its inability to come together as either an unapologetic camp-fest or serious murder mystery, trying to walk the fine line unsuccessfully. As a movie set against the backdrop of the Hindi film industry, it’s neither outrageous, nor sardonic, and definitely not cheesy enough.


    May 2014
  • Children Of War

    ...a welcome indication that some Hindi filmmakers are starting to look outside India for stories. That Devvrat tackles his subject head-on is something else to feel encouraged about. 


    May 2014
  • Main Tera Hero

    Breezy at best and hilarious in parts, Main Tera Hero is a trip down memory lane, where the original king of comedy – I mean David Dhawan here – regains some of his touch.


    Apr 2014
  • Lakshmi

    It’s heartening to see women’s issues being taken up by filmmakers, and what Lakshmi lacks in storytelling, it makes up with intention and sincerity.


    Mar 2014
  • Queen

    ...a consistently funny and heart-warming film made of little gems, Kangana Ranaut being the brightest, biggest jewel of the piece.


    Mar 2014
  • Shaadi Ke Side Effects

    ...displays massive potential, but never quite manages to live up to it. It tries to be too many things at once – a slice-of-life comedy, a tearjerker, commentary on marriage – without really managing to nail any one of them.


    Feb 2014
  • Highway

    ...Imtiaz Ali’s most honest, personal film and, hopefully, the beginning of a chapter in his career that will be dictated more by craft and intention and less by commerce and entertainment.


    Feb 2014
  • Gunday

    ...there’s little that oiled physiques, buttoned-down shirts and pectoral muscles can achieve without a decent script or good direction. Gunday has neither.


    Feb 2014