Wednesday, 27 March, 2019

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Sarit Rays review Ghanchakkar

Characters in heist films tend to follow a simple rule. Take your share and part ways. Now, imagine the unlikely scenario where Daniel Ocean’s partners decide to entrust him with the entire money. And Danny, well, simply forgets where he put it.      visit the original news site that the content was syndicated from Read More »

Anupama Chopras review Fukrey

Fukrey is a genial romp about four lower middle-class boys in Delhi who embark upon a harebrained scheme to raise money but eventually find out that there are no short cuts in life. Anupama Chopra writes.      visit the original news site that the content was syndicated from Read More »

Rashid Iranis review After Earth

You’ve got to hand it to M Night Shyamalan - he doesn’t give up easily. The failure of his last film (The Last Airbender, 2010) hasn’t deterred the once-promising director from having a bash at a sci-fi spectacle writes Rashid Irani.      visit the original news site that the content was syndicated from Read More »

Rashid Iranis review The hangover part III

We have been down this road before. The buddy-comedy /action-thriller formula has worn thin yet director/co-writer Todd Phillips persists in testing the viewer’s patience with this cash-in threequel. Rashid Irani reports.      visit the original news site that the content was syndicated from Read More »

Critics review Get drunk to survive Hangover 3

Highly anticipated final part of The Hangover series has been trashed by critics universally. Todd Phillip’s third of the comedy franchise has failed to get movie-goers high on its humour. Read on.      visit the original news site that the content was syndicated from Read More »

Critics-review-Gippi-is-a-winner

Karan Johar’s magic seems to be working of late. Last week his part in Bombay Talkies earned tremendous praise from critics and now his latest production Gippi too garners thumbs up.      visit the original news site that the content was syndicated from Read More »

Anupama-Chopra-s-review-Aashiqui-2

Aashiqui 2 is about two singers in love. It has the Abhimaan angle of a famous artiste, Rahul, played by Aditya Roy Kapur, discovering a small-town girl, Aarohi, played by Shraddha Kapoor, and mentoring her to glory. Anupama Chopra writes.      visit the original news site that the content was syndicated from Read More »

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