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Bhaiyya Ji Review

Bhaiyya Ji Review

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A film with a one-line plot needed a lot more pizzazz, whistle-worthy dialogue and a large-than-life, invincible protagonist. Karki makes a Rajinikanth kind of actioner (Bhaiyya Ji fights with a bidi ...

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Turbo Review

Turbo Review

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Turbo finds its footing in the latter half with some well-conceived one-upmanship between hero and villain, yet it's marred by poorly executed action set pieces in the climactic showdown, observes Arj...

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Bridgerton 3 Review

Bridgerton 3 Review

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While Season 3 is no match to the previous seasons, it would be fair to expect there is a lot more for the season to reveal in terms of romance and suspense, observes Divya Nair. Dearest Gentle Reade...

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Guruvayoorambala Nadayil Review

Guruvayoorambala Nadayil Review

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Guruvayoorambala Nadayil is a no-holds-barred, silly comedy that will keep you glued to the screen even when the going gets tough towards the end but the smile on your face will not leave, observes Ar...

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Kartam Bhugtam Review

Kartam Bhugtam Review

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If there is any actor who emerges from this wreck with his talent unscathed, it is Vijay Raaz, observes Deepa Gahlot. What is the likelihood of today's multiplex audience even going to watch a film w...

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Baahubali: Crown Of Blood Review

Baahubali: Crown Of Blood Review

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Baahubali has generated an enterprise of television spin-offs, video games, graphic novels and what not, but a memorable Game Of Thrones it is not, observes Deepa Gahlot. Director of the two splashy ...

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Thalaimai Seyalagam Review

Thalaimai Seyalagam Review

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If you are looking for an average political thriller with good performances, Thalamai Seyalagam may interest you, suggests Divya Nair. Director Vasantha Balan, known for making films with a socio-pol...

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The Boy And The Heron Review

The Boy And The Heron Review

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The Boy And The Heron offers a thrilling joyride inside Hayao Miyazaki's unquantifiable imagination, applauds Sukanya Verma. Hayao Miyazaki's cinema speaks to the budding adult in a child as well as ...

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Murder In Mahim Review

Murder In Mahim Review

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Among the many reasons to watch Murder In Mahim is that it may be a chance to wipe out -- if it is achievable by a Web series -- the air of judgment towards those who do not conform to the majority's ...

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Undekhi 3 Review

Undekhi 3 Review

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Such a set of greedy and amoral characters have seldom been assembled in a Web series, observes Deepa Gahlot. The first season of Undekhi set up a watchable mix of crime and family drama. It was a wa...

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