Cirkus Review | Two Ranveers and Too Many Colors Can’t Drag This Movie Out From Dullness

When Rohit Shetty joins hands with someone like Ranveer Singh, and Shetty offers him a double role with one of the characters having the nickname “electric man,” the movie is expected to be that deafening mass masala comedy formula. But surprisingly enough, the combination that was supposed to deliver a celebration ends up becoming a… Continue reading Cirkus Review | Two Ranveers and Too Many Colors Can’t Drag This Movie Out From Dullness

Jayeshbhai Jordaar

Divyang Thakkar’s directorial debut Jayeshbhai Jordaar is definitely a movie that is preachy for a large part. But it never felt like a film that was using its theme just for the sake of having this “relevant” movie tag. With Ranveer Singh shedding all his heroic tropes and delivering a sincere performance, Jayeshbhai Jordaar is… Continue reading Jayeshbhai Jordaar

Sooryavanshi

After a point, it becomes difficult to call a particular director’s movie as unimpressive as he has established himself as the director of a specific kind of movie. Sooryavanshi from Rohit Shetty is one more cop-action thriller that just wants to create loudness inside the theaters. Rohit Shetty has conditioned his audience over the years… Continue reading Sooryavanshi