Greeting me as I entered the theater were vacant seats and the Kolkata Police ad film on traffic rules. The latter never made this much sense ever. Directed by Kabir Khan who is known for his romance with the borders is directing Salman Khan for the 3rd time after EKK THA TIGER and BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN, … Continue reading TUBELIGHT – Movie Review: A Superhit Salman Khan in a Superflop Eid Release
I had a perfect 8 Hours sleep on Saturday night to wake up decently, if not late at all, on Sunday morning. Relaxed, as always, I went for an afternoon show of BAAHUBALI-2 which was now into its 5th weekend going as strong as the muscles of leads of the movie. Half way down the … Continue reading BAAHUBALi 2 – An Honest Movie Review You Haven’t Read Yet!
Ladies and Gentlemen, and the distinguished guests of Mr. Chetan Bhagat, welcome to the next level of Indian Comedy, which once Priyadarshan had tried his hands on, along with Paresh Rawal, Akshay Kumar and Suneil Shetty. No matter how far they reached, it was not comical unless it was (this) lethal. Riya Somani (played by … Continue reading Half Girlfriend – Movie Review: Bang on Expectations
...Or you may add to the title - "No one's Pyaara Himbo" (if that holds right) to cease the title from making chauvinist moves. You know you've lost out on your sale in Calcutta when you showcase girls in mini skirts at the St. Xavier's Compound, that too in the early 2000s. And over and above … Continue reading Meri Pyaari Bindu – Movie Review: No one’s Pyaari Bimbo
An advertorial of the film in The Times of India today read "DO NOT MISS THE BEGINNING". If I had a platform to comment on it, I would have added to the request, "ALSO, BE PATIENT TILL THE END". Marketed (falsely) as " Based on True Events", the only reality that the film depicts is the Partition … Continue reading BEGUM JAAN – Movie Review: Bogus Refurbishing
Last week's release PHILLAURI turned out to be so disappointing, I ceased to review. While NH10 was a milestone for Anushka's CLEAN SLATE Production, PHILLAURI turned out to be a wasted journey in a promising direction. Neeraj Pandey's NAAM SHABANA is another let down from the B-town, giving a valid reason as to why millennials have … Continue reading “BAD”-NAAM SHABANA: Movie Review
"Badrinath Ki Dulhania's second half is twofold of the former, yet I will not walk out even if I am made sit through it consecutively" Read Ketan Sharma's review on Dharma Production's #BadrinathKiDulhania: On the 11th of March 2017, Election results will be announced for 5 states in India: The largest ride on the biggest- … Continue reading Badrinath Ki Dulhania – Movie Review: Teaching Morality in Govinda style
The darker than the blood colored logo of Vishal Bhardwaj's (VB) Pictures is up on the black canvas to call the shots. The acronym's decoding is a mystery to the common moviegoers as much as the readability of the logo. Known for his works which are as deep as the dry tube wells, that run more on expectations … Continue reading RANGOON
The clash between RAEES and KAABIL was due to touch the room temperature when Bollywood released yet another superstar ki film, a sequel to the very successful act of Arshad Warsi, executed and crafted at excellence by Subhash Kapoor. Hrithik Roshan compiled well upon the unhealthy clash quoting "Superman and Spiderman do not clash in … Continue reading The State vs JOLLY LLB 2
More than the love immense love that the die hard Hrithik, what filed in the theaters for Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam's #KAABIL is the RAEES letdown rumors that filled the air. On a scale of 1-10, this last chance for Hrithik opened with almost zero expectations (blame it on the destitute PR team). With … Continue reading KAABIL-Totally worth the DARE!