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3

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

Ratings:
3

With the kind of publicity and controversies it attracted, almost everyone knows the basic premise of Madhur Bhandarkar’s film.

Ratings:
3

Anees Bazmee’s Welcome is one of the most underrated comedies of recent times. However, over the years, it has become one of the most watched films on TV.

Ratings:
1

Remember Lena hai, lena hai? A hit song of the 90s from a film titled Bomb Blast. That was the last time we saw Ronit Roy dancing.

Ratings:
3.5

After a long and controversial battle with the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), Alankrita Srivastava’s Lipstick Under My Burkha finally hits theatres on Friday.

Ratings:
3

Anurag Basu has a trust worthy lieutenant in cinematographer Ravi Varman. His camera entices you to enter the world of Jagga and once you’re there, Basu ensures your stay for a longer period.

Ratings:
3.5

A black car speeds its way through a deserted Delhi road on a pitch dark night. An aerial shot shows it halting at a lonely crossroad.

Ratings:
3

Tubelight, as Salman Khan is fondly called in the film, completely plays to Khan’s strength of adapting a Boy Scout onscreen. Kabir Khan picks up a universal message and wraps it up in an entertaining Bollywood film.

Ratings:
1

Riteish Deshmukh’s Bank Chor was a much-delayed project with the initial one being touted as TV star Kapil Sharma’s Bollywood debut. 

Ratings:
2

Reincarnation is still a sought-after theme for the Hindi film industry despite its fondness for modern clothes, gadgets and locations.

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