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.
Riding high on the success of films like Rowdy Rathore, Akshay Kumar is expected to entertain the masses with Boss, that also boasts of promising actors like Ronit Roy, Danny Denzongpa, Pankaj Tripathi, Mithun Chakraborty, Johnny Lever and Parikshit Sahni.
India's first war comedy is out in theatres. Based on a noble and interesting idea, War Chhod Na Yaar brings Soha Ali Khan, Sharman Joshi and Javed Jaffrey in one frame. How have they fared?
War Chhod Na Yaar, a satire on constantly warring India and Pakistan, has a few fun moments. Debutant writer-director Faraz Haider creates a genuinely nice scene in which soldiers on opposite sides of the barbed wire play antakshri. Anupama Chopra writes.