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Ratings:
3

Mounted with utter-greatness, Director Anurag Singh's "Kesari" is a fictionalised piece, documenting the true story of one of the bravest battles in history, the Battle of Saragarhi.

Ratings:
3.5

Just when the smalltown comedy threatens to sag under the weight of over-statement there comes a fresh feisty take on a live-in relationship in this Progressive Comedy.

Ratings:
3

This is the third film of the series and like its predecessors, this one too is an action-comedy with its heart in the right place, but its story isn't.

Ratings:
3

Debutant director Shelly Chopra Dhar's "Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga" is an interesting romance tale with a social message, where love blossoms at a wedding and culminates on the stage of a theatrical performance.

Ratings:
4

Rani Laxmibai was a desh bhakt and she made no bones about it.

Ratings:
3

Director Abhijit Panse's rendition of this biopic, crafted from Sanjay Raut's story, spans from 1961 to 1994.

Ratings:
1

The title 'Fraud Saiyaan', conjures up an image of a suave and brilliant guy who cons gullible girls into marrying him. But alas!

Ratings:
2

Great films are conversation starters and game changers; mediocre ones are like dull lectures, one-sided.

Ratings:
2

"Bombairiya" is a complexly designed film with a plethora of characters and sub plots strewn all over, which makes, holding to the thread of the plot, a bit of challenging.

Ratings:
3

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

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