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Ratings:
3

If you enjoy political satires, "The Accidental Prime Minister" may not be the film that its makers would recommend for you.

Ratings:
3.5

Wars often rage within the soldiers' hearts, specially when they belong to army families. Read the Review..

Ratings:
4

Critical opinion on a Rohit Shetty film may vary wildly, simply because it is a masala entertainer where one expects the magic on screen, the magic of entertainment, albeit, sans rationality, and that is where the opinions differ.

Ratings:
3

Here is the sad and frustrating irony of "Zero" : Told in the safest, most conventional method imaginable, it is a story of a vertically challenged man enacted by a Superstar -- whose real life story is much more inspiring than his reel life.

Ratings:
2

Director Abhishek Kapoor's "Kedarnath" kind of wears its premise on its title. It is sensitive, competently crafted and appears genuinely regional in flavour.
 

Ratings:
3

It's been a long wait for superstar Rajinikanth's "2.0", which has finally hit the screens, and it can be said with assurance that it doesn't disappoint.

Ratings:
2

Director Neerraj Pathak's "Bhaiaji Superhit" is a romantic comedy with situations and emotions which seem anachronistic, including its setting and characters.

Ratings:
2

Not done! You can't take two of Bollywood's superstars together for the first time and then make a film that confounds your senses, boggles your mind and tries your patience.

Ratings:
2

Director Gauravv K. Chawla's "Bazaar" is a film with the cut-throat stock market, as the backdrop.

Ratings:
1

Designed from a sloppily crafted script sans any logic delivering an equally tactless message, and steeped in mediocrity, Vipul Amrutlal Shah's "Namaste England", is a big disappointment.

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