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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.

Ratings:
4

"Badhaai Ho" is an astutely handled, slice of life drama that keeps you entertained as three generations of the same family are all touched one way or another by social embarrassment when the lady of the house and mother of two "grown up" sons, unexpectedly finds herself pregnant once again.

Ratings:
1.5

At its core, "Helicopter Eela" is a film dedicated to mothers and their dreams. A sweet premise. But..

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