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Ratings:
3

Sunny and Bobby Deol and Shreyas Talpade resort to crass comedy at times, but the movie is funny often enough to recommend.

Ratings:
2

The film romanticises the hero (Arjun Rampal as Arun Gawli) and then serves the usual formula gangster fare. Where it fails, however, is keeping it all coherent.

Ratings:
2

The year is 1973. A Rajasthan princess thwarts the advances of a powerful politician, who has an uncanny resemblance to Sanjay Gandhi, by pointing a sword at his heart.

Ratings:
2.5

Bollywood takes a step ahead with Ayushmann Khurrana, Bhumi Pednekar-starrer Shubh Mangal Saavdhan - the film that breaks taboos on erectile dysfunction.

Ratings:
2

The pathetic condition in which prisoners, especially undertrials, live in Indian jails is well known.

Ratings:
2.5

Two professional assassins are drinking on a bridge over railway tracks, sharing their life stories and reminiscing how they entered into the business of killing people.

Ratings:
3

When Chirag Dubey (Ayushmann Khurrana) tells Pritam Vidrohi (Rajkummar Rao), “Thukraaye huye aashiq ki kabhi haay mat lena (Never hurt a jilted lover),” he seems emotionally drained in a love story that has two guys competing..

Ratings:
2

With this motto, Akshay Kumar sets out on a mission to hold a mirror to those who support open defecation in the name of age-old traditions and so called Indian culture.

Ratings:
2

There is a montage in Imtiaz Ali’s earlier film Love Aaj Kal in which Saif Ali Khan keeps crossing the same path, but his smile looks more forced everytime.

Ratings:
3

Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap has been flooding his social media accounts with promotions for Gurgaon.

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