Singh Saab The Great has its moments. But more importantly, it has Sunny Deol. It reminds us of the cinema of the 1980s when Deol was the daredevil determined to reform the society, feel critics.
If Sanjay Leela Bhansali is to be believed, Gujaratis are the most colorful, passionate, violent, loud and lusty community in this country. So everyone in the fictional village of Ranjaar is permanently brawling, killing, drinking or loving. Anupama Chopra writes.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali does it again! If critics are to be believed this is Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam director's 'best work' so far. What works for the film? Moments that stay with you, Deepika-Ranveer's passionate chemistry and well, Bhansali's superb visual sense.
Satya 2 is yet another nail in Ram Gopal Varma's professional coffin. Satya, the ultimate guns-and-gangs saga, was clearly in no need of re-interpretation. So, what on earth was RGV thinking, wonder critics.
The action is terrific but the special effects range from tacky to impressive. As do the many villains. I enjoyed Vivek Oberoi and Kangana Ranaut but the rest, including Antman and Frogman, have zero personality. The film ultimately belongs to Hrithik Roshan.
The much-awaited Diwali film is an entertaining mix of spectacle and human-scale drama, but would have been better had it been a tad more original. Hrithik Roshan is brilliant in his double role and Kangana upstages the film’s lead actress Priyanka, says critics.
Manish Paul's Bollywood debut Mickey Virus hits theatres today. With Salman Khan endorsing the movie on his show Bigg Boss, enough publicity has been done for a small budget film, hence raising expectations. Will the viewers like it? Read on.