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

Kai Po Che

After the charming story of a rock band in Rock On, director Abhishek Kapoor is back again with another deep rooted friendship story. This time it’s the best seller of acclaimed writer Chetan Bhagath, “The 3 Mistakes of My Life”. With some alteration and omissions from the book, Kai Po Che is indeed a pleasing… Continue reading Kai Po Che

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ABCD

The Desi Step Up in 3D format, choreographer Remo D’Souza’s second bollywood outing ABCD is targeted for the audience who are waiting to watch some quality dance performance. Using the buzz that some young energetic talents made over the years through various reality shows, UTV has produced a film that can be called as a… Continue reading ABCD

Murder 3

With the third edition of the Murder franchise, Vishesh films and debutant director Vishesh Bhatt have gone one more step closer in murdering the brand name. The entire story is built around an arguably silly element of a secret room in a big home. The poor and simple scripting makes the movie a typical Bhatt… Continue reading Murder 3

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Special 26

After the socially committed thriller “A Wednesday” director Neeraj Pandey is back with a movie that has quality entertainment value. Special 26 is a crispy thriller that will keep you entertained for its engaging pace and perfect blend of humor. Even though the film isn’t completely against corruption and crimes, the perfectly structured script ensures… Continue reading Special 26

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Race 2

Colorful frames, irrelevant songs, exotic locations, lady leads for skin show, attitude dialogs and some twists which worked in the 90’s. These fundamental components of the RACE franchise are definitely there for you in the sequel of RACE – RACE 2. With abundant amount of colorful upper class life and fantasy money spitted mind games,… Continue reading Race 2

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Vishwaroopam

Well the much controversial film of the year, Vishwaroopam from Kamal Hassan is one of the most realistically made fictions on a relevant topic. We have seen many films on terror in the recent past which followed the very same pattern of showcasing the frustration of the innocent and how it turns out to be… Continue reading Vishwaroopam

Inkaar

Director Sudhir Mishra’s Inkaar is an engaging thriller planted on the corporate world which loses its sharpness towards the end and ends up being quite an average drama. The engaging pace of the screenplay with fast cuts and cheesy counter dialogs are all kind of spoiled by the over dramatic ending. The plot of the… Continue reading Inkaar

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