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Ratings:
3.5

PadMan movie review: Akshay Kumar’s superhero swoops in and de-stigmatises menstrual hygiene without making the film feel stodgy or heavy handed.

Ratings:
4

Padmaavat is projected as a clash of ideas about love and war, and how they hold different meanings for different people. Here’s our movie review.

Ratings:
3

Anurag Kashyap’s terrific form continues as he spares no one. From reverse casteism to the messed up political scenario, he trains his gun to many evils. Here’s the movie review.

Ratings:
2

Kaalakaandi move review: The Saif ALi Khan-starrer is a thriller at best and an attempted comedy at worst.

Ratings:
3.5

Tiger Zinda Hai is probably the best a filmmaker could do with a superstar. Here’s our movie review of Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif’s film.

Ratings:
2

Monsoon Shootout movie review: The director must be lauded for exploring a completely fresh structure of storytelling.

Ratings:
2.5

Blame it on the success of the original, or the four-year-gap between the two films, Fukrey Returns isn’t even a patch on Fukrey. Here’s our movie review.

Ratings:
1.5

An incoherent screenplay makes this Kapil Sharma-starrer a mind-numbing affair. Here’s our Firangi movie review..

Ratings:
4

Kadvi Hawa movie review: Sanjai Mishra and Ranvir Shorey bring alive a film that deals with climate change, an unsympathetic system and the farmers who are caught in the middle of it.

Ratings:
3

Despite painting a very realistic canvas of issues that plague people’s domestic life such as ego fights and the likes, Tumhari Sulu seems a bit too clumsily wrapped leaving several loopholes in the narrative.

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