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.
Stunning, gripping, edge-of-the-seat, shocking, engrossing... use any of these adjectives for this Ajay Devgn version of Drishyam, and you are spot on.
Picture this: Corpses are burning on a ghat in Varanasi and the men attending the pyres take lathis and hit on the skulls of the burning corpses while asking each other to ensure that the bodies burn properly.
Never mind which side of the divide you decide to stand, here's one fact of life you ignore at your own peril: Never judge a Salman Khan fan when he's rooting for the Bhai pulling off the most logic defying stunts, and even scenes.
SS Rajamouli's Baahubali is an epic in two parts, narrated through spectacular visuals and amazing special effects, including a 30-minute battle scene helmed with admirable precision.
Journalist-turned-filmmaker Subhash Kapoor, auteur of films such as Phas Gaye Re Obama and Jolly LLB, is back with Guddu Rangeela, a film that tries hard to present Haryana as the perfect premise for a 'desi' western.
It sounds uncharitable, but there are a few common threads between Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor's first dance film ABCD 2, which hits theatres today, and Shah Rukh khan and Deepika padukone's Happy New Year.
What could go wrong in a film that boasts of stars such as Emraan Hashmi and Vidya Balan, and has the backing of one of the most innovative producers of the Hindi film industry? Well, a lot, if the film in question is Hamari Adhuri Kahani.
Like Zoya Akhtar’s previous film Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, Dil Dhadakne Do is also about a trip that changes the travellers’ perspective towards life.