Shootout At Wadala

Shootout At Wadala is an interesting content spoiled by cliché style of scripting and unnecessary addition of commercial masala. The movie based on real characters just doesn’t have much realism to make us feel for the characters or at least think from their perspective.  With stylish cinematography and powerful supporting cast, it’s an average action… Continue reading Shootout At Wadala

Aashiqui 2

The lesser amount of melodrama is something that will surely please you in director Mohit Suri’s latest venture Aashiqui 2. With a smart first half and a cliché second half that depends a lot on the predictable elements which we are used to, Aashiqui 2 is an average movie which will definitely please you if… Continue reading Aashiqui 2

Ek Thi Daayan

When compared to some of the recent horror films made in bollywood, Ek Thi Daayan from director Kannan Iyer is indeed a better one. But the movie fails to conclude in a better way and couldn’t really make it a fresh one in terms of treatment in the second half and ends up in a… Continue reading Ek Thi Daayan

Nautanki Saala

Rohan Sippy’s new directorial venture, Nautanki Saala is a film that fails to impress you with its unbaked comic sense. The scattered comedy will make you laugh at occasions but overall the content is quite a charmless drama that fails to work out. The plot revolves two guys Ram Parmar (RP), a theater artist and… Continue reading Nautanki Saala

Commando- A One Man Army

Hyped very much for its real action sequences portrayed by the central protagonist Played by Vidyut Jamwal, Commando- A One Man Army is a movie that fails to add substance into a thread that had the USP of using the concept of commando and a main actor who can do something terrific with his Karate… Continue reading Commando- A One Man Army


In reference to the latest Himmatwala, actor Naseerudhin Shah said Bollywood is now remaking films that should not have been made in the first itself. Well after watching the Devgan starrer, I really believe that director Sajid Khan had a lot of scope in proving the critics wrong by making it a spoof of the… Continue reading Himmatwala

Jolly LLB

Well, if you have felt frustrated with the Indian judiciary system that depends largely on evidence and long trials, Jolly LLB will definitely make you feel happy. It is a movie that has drawbacks but still manages to get a place in our heart for its down to earth and emotional approach towards the subject.… Continue reading Jolly LLB

I, Me aur Main

I, Me aur Main from director Kapil Sharma can be called as an extended version of Ayan Mukharji’s Wake Up Sid. But sadly the half baked content and the too much of a silly attitude of its main male protagonist makes the movie a bit difficult to sync in and ends up in being a… Continue reading I, Me aur Main