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Review: Half Girlfriend Is A Full-fledged Fiasco!

Review: Half Girlfriend Is A Full-fledged Fiasco!

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The constant issue in Half Girlfriend is its wimpy characters and the contrivances they resort to arrive at its predictable conclusion.Stupidity is responded with equal, if not more, stupidity, notes ...

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Review: Hindi Medium Is A Fascinatingly Frustrating Film

Review: Hindi Medium Is A Fascinatingly Frustrating Film

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Hindi Medium works because it manages to stretch itself beyond its scrubby elements, easy half-baked jokes, lessons about consumerism and our love for English, into a simple story about a boy who woul...

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Sarkar 3 Review: The Cycle Of Doom Has Been Completed

Sarkar 3 Review: The Cycle Of Doom Has Been Completed

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Ram Gopal Varma is back with Part Three of that series, which presented to us the first clear evidence that the great man was slipping, rues Sreehari Nair. To give Ram Gopal Varma credit where it's d...

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Review: Meri Pyaari Bindu Relapses Into Stupidity

Review: Meri Pyaari Bindu Relapses Into Stupidity

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The film flaunts Bindu as some sort of a free-spirited bohemian when she’s really this unlikable, untrustworthy, selfish, vain, flighty opportunist sweet-talking Abhimanyu into catering to her needs...

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Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 Review: Groot And Gang Save The Film!

Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 Review: Groot And Gang Save The Film!

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 doesn't always escape the trappings of an obligatory sequel, but the disarming shenanigans of its screwball superheroes coax you to stay hooked on to that feeling, promis...

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Baahubali 2 Review: Rajamouli Keeps Winking, And We Keep Falling For It

Baahubali 2 Review: Rajamouli Keeps Winking, And We Keep Falling For It

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Baahubali: The Conclusion doesn't enlarge the scope of the first film or deepen its meaning. However, it does expose the smallness of its many ideas, even as it redeems most of its campy elements, fe...

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Review: Baahubali Continues Its Love For Grandiloquence And Magnitude

Review: Baahubali Continues Its Love For Grandiloquence And Magnitude

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Baahubali: The Conclusion is a spectacular achievement, which not only deserves its place in history but also proves filmmakers should dream big and more often, feels Sukanya Verma. When S S Rajamou...

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Review: Noor Is A Mix Of Fluffy Romance And Flimsy Drama

Review: Noor Is A Mix Of Fluffy Romance And Flimsy Drama

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When Noor engages in shallow activism for the heck of it, it rambles and drags, feels Sukanya Verma. The manic pixie dream girl has a whiny sister. I like to call her the uppity scatterbrained pinter...

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Maatr Review: Raveena Shines In A Shoddy Revenge Saga

Maatr Review: Raveena Shines In A Shoddy Revenge Saga

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In a performance marked by amazing maturity and restraint, the actress conveys the dark, brooding and internal process of recuperating from grief and finding closure.It's obvious she feels strongly a...

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Begum Jaan Review: A Vidya Balan Summer Project With A Cold, Sadistic Heart

Begum Jaan Review: A Vidya Balan Summer Project With A Cold, Sadistic Heart

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Begum Jaan makes a lot of noise, cuts a lot of throats, but sucks up to kiddie-ideas of history and revolution, feels Sreehari Nair. In Begum Jaan, Vidya Balan (playing the eponymous Begum) puffs on...

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