All the pre-release hype around TV star Kapil Sharma’s debut on the big screen, Abbas Mustan’s Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon comes crashing down in the first half hour after the credits have rolled out.
Madhur Bhandarkar spares no chance to let us know that it is a bad, bad world out there: three out of five calendar girls in 2014 ended up in scarily unfortunate conditions.
If media reports are to be believed then the makers of Katti Batti wanted to go with the title of ‘Saali Kutiya’ initially, and now I wonder why, because the film fails to instigate any emotion, leave aside loathing for its female protagonist.
After a carefully planned media campaign, Sooraj Pancholi (Sooraj Kaushik) and Athiya Shetty (Radha Mathur) are finally here, in a story that's still stuck in the '90s.
It’s been seven years since Rajiv married Sanjana in Welcome. We are told that Uday Shetty (Nana Patekar) and Majnu Bhai (Anil Kapoor) have left the underworld for good and have shifted to Dubai.
Based on former investigative journalist S Hussain Zaidi's Mumbai Avengers, Kabir Khan's Phantom was never meant to be a great piece of cinema.
For any movie reviewer worth his salt, director Umesh Shukla's All Is Well is the last word in occupational hazard: You sit through a two-hour-plus film waiting for one spark of creativity, or even half-a-fun moment.
Based on the inspiring and powerful real-life story of Dashrath Manjhi, Ketan Mehta's biopic, Manjhi The Mountain Man, hits theatres on Friday.
Karan Malhotra’s Brothers is not Warrior. It’s an ode to formula-driven content.
When a former film critic sets out to make his first film, he is expected to, among other things, weave an intriguing theme around the plot.