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Ratings:
2.5

Sir Cyril Radcliffe probably didn’t think about the misery the line, which was named after him that divided Indian and Pakistan after partition, would bring upon the people living closer to it.

Ratings:
2.5

With Naam Shabana, director Neeraj Pandey passes the baton to Shivam Nair for the spinoff of his earlier flick Baby.

Ratings:
1.5

Phillauri, the second production venture of Anushka Sharma, hits screens on Friday. With a “friendly ghost” aka Anushka in the film, it is a fresh take on love stories.

Ratings:
3

Thanks to its crew’s fight with the Censor Board Of Film Certification, Anaarkali Of Aarah didn’t remain as low-key as it would have been otherwise.

Ratings:
3

Big cities can turn into a dystopian reality at will. It can squeeze, bruise and leave you scarred for life if you don’t act on time.

Ratings:
2.5

Badrinath Ki Dulhania begins as a cute sweet love story between a Jhansi boy and a Kota girl, but the director understands the current tide of films that celebrate powerful, liberated women..

Ratings:
2

When the makers of 2013 film Commando decided to return with a sequel, it seemed like a good idea simply because the audience hadn’t forgotten the sheer intensity of the action scenes.

Ratings:
2

It may be one of the most awaited films in recent times but Rangoon is a royal misfire.

Ratings:
4

A war film is not exactly common in Indian cinema, and one that focusses completely on a chapter from a conflict without digressing into romance, dreams and dances needs to be lauded..

Ratings:
3.5

Films demand good researches when they are based on the theme of corruption in Indian judiciary, and Jolly LLB 2 scores well on this front.

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