Shashanka Ghosh's remake of Hrishikesh Mukherjee, Khoobsurat, starring Sonam Kapoor and Fawad Khan, hits theatres on Friday. Despite decent performances from Pak actor Fawad Khan and Kirron Kher's Punjabi mom-act, the film is not worth your time.
Director Omung Kumar’s Mary Kom is a highly fictionalised account of what actually happened, and in the process it turned out to be one of those films which are made just for whistles and quick money.
If you can get past the foolishness of the plot, director Kunal Deshmukh’s film is mildly engaging. Emraan Hashmi plays Raja, a charming, street-smart hustler. The big climactic twist is also interesting.
Now, the filmmakers are concentrating more on realistic stunt scenes, but is this enough to bring mainstream Bollywood at par with foreign action films?
The sequel to Rohit Shetty's 2011 hit, Singham, hit theatres on Friday. Singham Returns offers some good action sequences, but does not quite match the humour and fun that Singham offered. Read the complete review.
Watching Akshay Kumar’s new film Entertainment put me in flashback mode. I went back to 1985. KC Bokadia’s Teri Meherbaniyan, starring Jackie Shroff, Poonam Dhillon and a black Labrador named Moti, had just released. Read on..
Bhai fans, rejoice! For a change, Salman Khan's Kick has much more going for it than just his charisma. It has a story and some brilliant performances. It also has Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Randeep Hooda, Nargis Fakhri and Jacqueline Fernandes. Want more?
Kunal (Akshay Oberoi) is a pizza delivery boy who does not believe in spirits but has a wife who writes horror stories and is a believer. At one of his delivery points, Kunal encounters something that not only changes his beliefs but also his life.
Hate Story 2 marks the Bollywood debut of Jay and Surveen. With a totally predictable story line and extremely illogical twists and turns, Hate Story 2 fails to entertain.
Watch Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya for wonderful performances, Ashutosh Rana and smart screenplay. But do remember it's one of the dreamy, larger-than-life and low on logic Bollywood movies, writes Sweta Kaushal.