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Fukrey Returns Review: A Silly Endeavour To Milk A Fluke

Fukrey Returns Review: A Silly Endeavour To Milk A Fluke

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Fukrey Returns is a clumsily conceived sequel, notes Sukanya Verma. When director Mrighdeep Singh Lamba's Fukrey released in 2013, it was mildly amusing on the strength of its loony bamboozling and g...

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Firangi Review: Kapil Sharma Is Not Funny At All

Firangi Review: Kapil Sharma Is Not Funny At All

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At best, a serviceable buffoon with a flair for repartee, Kapil Sharma is awfully limited in his humour and screen presence to perk up this half-decent premise, feels Sukanya Verma. Every time comedi...

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Review: Tera Intezaar: What An Awful Film!

Review: Tera Intezaar: What An Awful Film!

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There is nothing in Tera Intezaar to keep you hooked.Prasanna D Zore comes away unimpressed. If Sunny Leone didn't star in this film, no one would probably notice Tera Intezaar. This so-called thrill...

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Murder On The Orient Express Review: Poirot Steers A Star-studded Mystery

Murder On The Orient Express Review: Poirot Steers A Star-studded Mystery

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Murder On The Orient Express offers intrigue worthy of Hercules Poirot's investigation and our time, feels Sukanya Verma. Dame Agatha Christie is a hallowed figure in my home. Not one unkind word wi...

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Julie 2 Review: A Sickening Mix Of Melodrama And Bad Acting

Julie 2 Review: A Sickening Mix Of Melodrama And Bad Acting

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Julie 2 does not rise above being a B-grade flick, says Urvi Parikh. As I watched Julie 2, one question kept echoing in my head: Isn’t the success of the first film necessary for the makers to co...

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Review: Rage Turns Into Beauty In Kadvi Hawa

Review: Rage Turns Into Beauty In Kadvi Hawa

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'Don't let anybody tell you that Kadvi Hawa is a manifesto for the fight against climate change or that it's an austere, unforgiving, movie.''This is an intensely felt, beautifully expressed, piece of...

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Review: An Insignificant Man Raises Hopes. Once Again

Review: An Insignificant Man Raises Hopes. Once Again

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An Insignificant Man gets full marks for its originality, says Utkarsh Mishra. If the trailer of An Insignificant Man left you with the impression that it was a 'propaganda film' and an 'image makeov...

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Review: Theeran Adhikaram Ondru Is Worth A Watch

Review: Theeran Adhikaram Ondru Is Worth A Watch

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Theeran Adhikaram Ondru is a riveting film, says A Ganesh Nadar. It's like watching two movies at the same time. In one, we have Karthi romancing Rakul Preet, which ends in a happy marriage. In the ...

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Review: Justice League Has Moments Of Freshness And Fun

Review: Justice League Has Moments Of Freshness And Fun

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Justice prevails in the form of Superwoman as she unleashes her inner goddess and does her best to draw us away from Superman and Batman’s insipid presence, says Sukanya Verma. A year ago, when dir...

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Review: Aksar 2 Could Have Been A Good Film But...

Review: Aksar 2 Could Have Been A Good Film But...

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The film's first half is imminently watchable but the second half lets it down, says Prasanna D Zore. Aksar 2 is a thriller that goes haywire once you have settled down with your popcorn and cold dri...

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