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Veere Di Wedding Review: Superficial Celebration Of Sisterhood

Veere Di Wedding Review: Superficial Celebration Of Sisterhood

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'There's no real rebellion, just a consuming love for fashion and faux feminism where every zinger flying out of their mouth sounds like something you've heard on a sitcom or favourited on your Pinter...

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Phamous Review: 114 Minutes Of Torture

Phamous Review: 114 Minutes Of Torture

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One feels for the classy cast -- all of them -- for being part of a film that has neither substance nor sense nor a story line, says Prasanna D Zore. The first thought that runs across my mind as soo...

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Trailer Review: Sanju Proves Ranbir's Acting Chops

Trailer Review: Sanju Proves Ranbir's Acting Chops

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'I wonder what Zaibunissa Kazi would feel if she saw the trailer for Sanju.' 'An effort that proves movies are made about celebrities who get away after committing a crime while poor souls like Zaibun...

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Kaala Trailer Review: Recapturing Mani Ratnam's Dharavi Magic

Kaala Trailer Review: Recapturing Mani Ratnam's Dharavi Magic

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Rajnikanth's Kaala seems like a continuation from where Mani Ratnam had left off in his masterpiece, Naayagan.   IMAGE: Rajnikanth in Kaala. What is the difference between a film's teaser and a t...

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Review: Madhuri's Bucket List Isn't As Endearing As Her

Review: Madhuri's Bucket List Isn't As Endearing As Her

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'As a woman torn between familial duties and somebody evolving into a person trying to live life on her own terms, Madhuri is ecstatic to watch,' notes Prasanna D Zore. Which is not to say that the f...

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Parmanu Review: Nothing Explosive About This

Parmanu Review: Nothing Explosive About This

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'Parmanu can scream 'desh' all it wants and turn up the volume as loud as it likes to make a big deal.''But it's ultimately a cursory glance at a tough tactical choice and tame recreation of a controv...

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Review: Bioscopewala Is A Sweet Film

Review: Bioscopewala Is A Sweet Film

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'A movie to bring back memories of your innocent, carefree, childhood,' says Prasanna Zore. Debutant director Deb Medhekar's Bioscopewala, a contemporary adaptation of Tagore's Kabuliwala, is a sweet...

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Solo Review: A One-time Watch

Solo Review: A One-time Watch

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'It's funny how often Solo gloats in its own nostalgia.''It's like Chewbacca's groaning presence, John Williams' classic tune and other familiar props and paraphernalia, everything is just doing its b...

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Review: Khajoor Pe Atke, Half-baked Satire

Review: Khajoor Pe Atke, Half-baked Satire

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'The satire in Khajoor Pe Atke is not savage enough,' feels Prasanna Zore. Had debutant director Harsh Chhaya gone the whole hog to expose the hypocritical, self-serving institution of relatives and ...

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Review: Deadpool 2, Bigger And Better

Review: Deadpool 2, Bigger And Better

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'Chaotic prison breaks, mission misadventure gone horribly wrong, eye-popping surprises, zingers and zany action keeps viewers joyously glued to their chairs,' says Sukanya Verma. Ryan Reynolds is a ...

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