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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.

Ratings:
2.5

You always know what you are in for in a biographical drama. You have seen or read about those amazing sports icons achieving against odds and with meagre means. 

Ratings:
2

Half Girlfriend, based on author Chetan Bhagat’s book by the same name, starring Arjun Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor, fails to rise to the film’s pre-release buzz.

Ratings:
2

Remember the sacrificial, selfless love shown in the films from the Raj Kapoor era where the best friend of the heroine loved her but she only cherished his friendship? 

Ratings:
1

Sarkar 3, the third film in the Sarkar (2005) franchise, opens with a typical Ram Gopal Varma punch line, giving us hopes of him returning to his comfort zone and top form.

Ratings:
4.5

SS Rajamouli’s biggest budget adventure, Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, comes alive in its colossal and ambitious imagination to complete the unfinished story of Baahubali.

Ratings:
2.5

Sonakshi Sinha’s Noor is the story of a young journalist who covers small stories but aspires to bring “real stories” to the light.

Ratings:
2

When a top politician refers to Raveena Tandon’s character and says, “Aurat hai... kya kar legi (She’s a woman... what can she do?),” we know he will soon have to eat his words.

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.

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