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Irfan Khan starrer ‘Blackmail’ is a comedy drama, and a very interesting one too! Irfan Khan plays the role of Dev, a husband attempts to blackmail the lover of his cheating wife for some money, but ends up getting blackmailed himself. 

Releasing on 30th March, this Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani starrer is a sequel to the action thriller Baaghi.

Rani Mukherjee is back to impress with her extraordinary acting skills, this time as a teacher with a speech defect.

Inspired by the real life raids conducted by IRS in the ‘80s, this Ajay Devgn starrer is a crime drama that also has Ileana D’Cruz, Saanand Verma and Saurabh Shukla as supporting actors. 

A very dull music album. Not what’s expected from a Varun Dhawan movie, which has been much awaited by all the girls. The songs are anything but fresh, and heavily influenced by the David Dhawan tadka.

An okay album, with one or two good tracks. The videos are disturbing, so you’ll probably only like the songs till you see them on TV.

The music album is not as powerful enough as the movie demands. It is nothing close to music albums of other inspiring movies.

The music album, including the videos, drips and drools of wannabe-ness. There is too much of expensive sun shades, fancy clothes and hip-hop/street dance, and it doesn’t make me want to go ahead and watch the movie, at all.

Overall, The songs are good, but not great. You are mostly not going to remember them, except the tanki funky monkey song! Overall the album is not strong enough for fresh actors and a charred concept.

Very Ali Zafar. Overall an entertaining album that makes you look forward to the movie.

The album is packed with mushy romance, passionate patriotism, and the signature Sallu mad song. Quite love it, but not there yet.

Starring two of the most promising young actors, Sidharth Malhotra and Parineeti Chopra, Hasee Toh Phasee is a romantic comedy.

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