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Ratings:
3

With a tighter editing, slightly less focus on the wannabe love story and a lesser dose of melodrama, this Ajay Devgn-starrer could have been a gripping thriller. Here’s our movie review.

Ratings:
2

Dil Juunglee movie review:  Dil Juunglee is yet another repeat of the centuries-old love story with a cliched narrative. It is only Taapsee Pannu’s charm and Saqib Saleem’s earthiness that keep the movie from getting unbearable.

Ratings:
1.5

Hate Story 4 is nothing more than a failed attempt to titillate the audience. Here’s our movie review.

Ratings:
1.5

A car is moving through the jungles when a loud thud brings it to a screeching halt. A heavy downpour restricts the vision, but it’s obvious that the vehicle has hit a human. 

Ratings:
2

Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety movie review: Luv Ranjan is back with the same actors, the same story and the same hatred in his heart.

Ratings:
1

Welcome To New York is not worth wasting your time, money, patience and intelligence. Here’s our movie review.

Ratings:
2

Aiyaari Movie Review: Manoj Bajpayee and Sidharth Malhotra’s films fails to excite or impress.

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.

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