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Review: Namaste England Is Melodramatic

Review: Namaste England Is Melodramatic

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Urvi Parikh does not recommend Namaste England at all. Namaste England is all things that the Akshay Kumar-Katrina Kaif starrer Namastey London was not. Though it isn't a sequel, the basic premise of...

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Review: Badhai Ho Is Entertaining

Review: Badhai Ho Is Entertaining

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Badhai Ho tackles a serious subject comically, without losing on entertainment or your attention, says Sudarshana Dwivedi. That love and physical relationships are the prerogative of the young, is an...

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Jalebi Review: A Yawnfest

Jalebi Review: A Yawnfest

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Jalebi is sure to test your patience, predicts Namrata Thakker. Jalebi is neither sweet nor worth your money and time. The tale revolves around two characters: Ayesha (Rhea Chakraborty) and Dev (Varu...

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FryDay Review: A MUST WATCH For Govinda Fans!

FryDay Review: A MUST WATCH For Govinda Fans!

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No one can make the audience laugh like Govinda, raves Syed Firdaus Ashraf. What does a husband tell his wife when he is caught cheating? Lies. What does a wife tell her husband when she is caught ch...

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Helicopter Eela Review: Kajol Disappoints, Riddhi Shines

Helicopter Eela Review: Kajol Disappoints, Riddhi Shines

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Helicopter Eela could have been a good film, but falls short, says Savera R Someshwar. Ever tried your hand at cooking? You've got a bunch of decent ingredients and an interesting recipe. Yet, when t...

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Tumbbad Review: A Fairytale For Grown Ups

Tumbbad Review: A Fairytale For Grown Ups

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'What seemed missing in Tumbbad was that screwiness, that kinkiness, which shades so many of our best parables,' observes Sreehari Nair. Rahi Anil Barve's Tumbbad isn't as much a horror film as it i...

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Andhadhun Review: The Most Fun You'll Have In A Movie Theatre

Andhadhun Review: The Most Fun You'll Have In A Movie Theatre

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'Sriram Raghavan is mainstream Hindi cinema's greatest gift to us,' declares Sreehari Nair after watching the director's latest movie caper. In Andhadhun, Director Sriram Raghavan gets you laughing e...

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Venom Review: Oddly Entertaining Film

Venom Review: Oddly Entertaining Film

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After a boring first half, Venom takes off after an alien organism named Venom takes over Tom Hardy's body, observes Namrata Thakker. Venom, the first film in Sony's Marvel Universe, is not a bad wat...

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Loveyatri Review: Lousy Movie By Any Name Is Still A Lousy Movie

Loveyatri Review: Lousy Movie By Any Name Is Still A Lousy Movie

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'The whole point of this idiotic movie hinges on whether Aayush Sharma who wants to act can act. Unless a singular dazed expression qualifies as talent, not by a long shot,' says Sukanya Verma. The w...

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Andhadhun Review: A Delicious Masterpiece

Andhadhun Review: A Delicious Masterpiece

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Andhadhun is a stunning, comic, grisly, absurd, intense, cold, crazy and must-watch, applauds Sukanya Verma. Under that silver, wiry mop of hair dwells the brain of a reckless genius. Director Sriram...

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