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Ratings:
4

Qarib Qarb Singlle movie review: Tanuja Chandra brings a novel and realistic way of depicting romance in Bollywood with Irrfan and Parvathy’s movie.

Ratings:
3

Remake of 1969 hit of the same name, this one uses Mumbai’s rain-prone environment as a suitable backdrop for the murder mystery. Here’s our movie review.

Ratings:
3.5

Golmaal Again movie review: Rohit Shetty uses his trademark slapstick comedy sparsely and mainly relies on the supernatural elements to make things look funny in this Ajay Devgn-starrer.

Ratings:
4

Zaira Wasim plays an abused girl who finds a mentor in musician Shakti Kumar (Aamir Khan). Director Advait Chandan’s film has high emotional quotient. Here’s our movie review.

 

Ratings:
1

The narrative of Ranchi Diaries is so confused and chaotic that even the filmmakers appear to be lost regarding the direction and purpose of their work.

Ratings:
2

Saif Ali Khan’s Chef offers moments of brilliance which, if weaved in a more organised manner, may have given us a light, affable film. But a lazy and rather uninterested narrative takes away the pleasure.

Ratings:
3

In Judwaa 2, Varun Dhawan plays the roles of Raja and Prem, like Salman Khan in Judwaa, but Taapsee and Jacqueline aren’t called Mala and Rupa like Karisma Kapoor and Rambha. Here’s our movie review.

Ratings:
2.5

Bhoomi is a revenge drama that tries a lot to be bold, brave and advocate feminism but wants to stay in the comfort zone of a typical Bollywood masala film.

Ratings:
1

Haseena Parkar movie review: Apoorva Lakhia designs his film primarily as a court room drama where two advocates are cross examining Haseena and some witnesses.

Ratings:
3.5

When Nutan Kumar, son of a middle class family in Chattisgarh, decides to change his name to Newton to avoid getting laughed at, he doesn’t know where it will lead him.

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