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Ratings:
3.5

The Dhoom franchise is built on a carefully calibrated mix of preposterous gorgeousness, high-octane action, froth and a cheerful lack of logic.

Ratings:
4

The third installment of the action franchise is a visual delight. The film also has an emotional connect but critics say the film lacks imagination and is showing signs of franchise fatigue.

Ratings:
2

What the Fish begins with the disclaimer that no fish or plants were harmed during the making of this film. But what about the harm done after the making? It is basically cinema as root canal. I suffered it so that you don’t have to, writes Anupama Chopra.

Ratings:
2.5

Jackpot not only lacks a cohesive plot, its narrative too is painful and confusing. And if you thought Naseeruddin Shah would salvage the film with his acting ability, think again.

Ratings:
2

Dimple Kapadia starrer What The Fish had a lot of buzz around it primarily because of the unusual storyline. But has the film managed to nail it in theatres? Critics say no.

Ratings:
1.5

These days, you step in any multiplex and are straight away transported to the 1980s, otherwise known as the worst decade of Hindi cinema. Two weeks ago, it was Singh Saab the Great. And now it's R… Rajkumar.

Ratings:
1.5

R... Rajkumar attempts to make you laugh, but fails. Shahid Kapoor tries to fit into Salman Khan and Akshay Kumar's action-hero mould, but disappoints. Prabhu Deva intends to make another blockbuster like Rowdy Rathore and Wanted, but messes up. Read what critics feel about the movie.

Ratings:
2.5

Bullett Raja has flashes of fire but mostly it seems to be hobbled by a misguided sense of machismo. Everyone struts – including Vidyut Jamwal who makes an appearance as a dynamic cop – but no one goes anywhere.

Ratings:
3

With the Saif Ali Khan, Jimmy Shergill, Sonakshi Sinha-starrer, Tigmanshu Dhulia tries his hands at commercial cinema. The film is certainly not his trademark intense treat. But has he got the elements of masala entertainer right? Read the critics' review.

Ratings:
3

Gori Tere Pyaar Mein! is fun as long as it sticks to the formula. If you’re willing to be shallow and overlook Kareena’s kohl-lined eyes and nude lipstick as she rails against the world’s injustices, the film is reasonably entertaining.

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