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Kalank Review: You Won't Be Able To Look Away. But...

Kalank Review: You Won't Be Able To Look Away. But...

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... you won't feel anything either, feels Sukanya Verma. What makes the great costume dramas of Hindi cinema so awe-inspiring is their ability to transfix and transport the viewer into another time....

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Trailer Review: SOTY 2 Is Visually Lovely But...

Trailer Review: SOTY 2 Is Visually Lovely But...

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While the cast and their acting looks promising enough, the storyline – not so much, says Kshamaya Daniel.   No one does glitz and glamour like Bollywood. Even when there's no need for it. The tra...

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Review: The Tashkent Files Is A Hard-hitting Film

Review: The Tashkent Files Is A Hard-hitting Film

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The writers have smartly targeted several politicians without mentioning them, says Ramesh S. The '70s era witnessed films like Aandhi, Kissa Kursi Ka and Nasbandi, which found inspiration in the co...

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The Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyon Aata Hai Review

The Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyon Aata Hai Review

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'Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyon Aata Hai neither asks nor answers,' complains Sukanya Verma. 'There are probably more people who have heard the title than have actually seen the film,' Naseeruddin Shah w...

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Review: No Fathers In Kashmir Is A Must Watch

Review: No Fathers In Kashmir Is A Must Watch

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There are no heroes or villains in No Fathers in Kashmir, only helpless characters who perhaps don't have a choice other than learning to live with what they're subjected to, notes Utkarsh Mishra. Th...

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Review: John Abraham's Film Is TOO RAW

Review: John Abraham's Film Is TOO RAW

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One only wishes RAW: Romeo Akbar Walter was cooked better, says Urvi Parikh. Movies dealing with patriotism have done well, and so, film-makers rarely shy away from making films on it. And when you h...

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Junglee Review: Gimmicky Affair

Junglee Review: Gimmicky Affair

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What could have been an extraordinary movie fails to hit the mark, notes Urvi Parikh. When Chuck Russell helms a film, expectations are sky high. After all, the Hollywood director has some iconic mov...

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Notebook Review: Wow! Visuals, Wooden Leads

Notebook Review: Wow! Visuals, Wooden Leads

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A little charm from the debuting actors and Notebook would actually be worthy of note, says Sukanya Verma. Kashmir's soulful beauty seems so far removed from its volatile reality; it's easy to believ...

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Gone Kesh Review: Bald & Beautiful

Gone Kesh Review: Bald & Beautiful

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Gone Kesh is a good-natured coming-of-age tale, applauds Sukanya Verma. Losing hair may not be as extreme as losing eyesight, but its trauma can crush a person's self-confidence. Even if one isn't se...

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Review: Akshay And Action Are Kesari's Strengths

Review: Akshay And Action Are Kesari's Strengths

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'Kesari devotes a significant chunk of its script to brandish Akshay's might as the dauntless, magnanimous, Sardar, Havildar Ishar Singh.''To his credit, the actor is a picture of restraint and righte...

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