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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.

Ratings:
3

Specially-abled people often struggle with the system, particularly societal injustice and apathy.

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