REVIEWS

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    'TOH' is a logicless facade merely a disastrous sinking ship not to sail on.

    Set in the backdrop of medieval India from 1975, showcasing the rise of British empire and freedom fight of some Hindustani rulers and kings who are firmly against the British rule. The one man who is behind this great thought is Mirza (Ronit Roy) who refuses to bo...

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    A mild comedy family film shutting every societal taunts and taboos.

    Ayushmann Khurrana and Sanya Malhotra starrer 'Badhaai Ho' is not a high on comdey film but it has its moments to take your stress away. An interesting concept and relatable characters are absolutely inviting the audience for a one time watch fare, but to b...

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    'Namaste England' is one of the disastrous films of 2018, avoid it.

    Vipul Amrutlal Shah directorial 'Namaste England' starring Arjun Kapoor as a Punjabi Munda Param who is in love with the one and only Jasmeet aka Parineeti Chopra but their chemistry is not at all convincing. The film can never be compared to the 2007 '...

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    'Tumbbad' is a phenomenal manifestation moulded in a re-defining horror mystery masterpiece. 

    'Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's needs, but not every man's greed' a quote by Mahatma Gandhi is how the film opens up, laced with a hint that it's clearly exhibiting a tale of greed. The director trio Rahi Anil Barve, Anand Gandhi, ...

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    Varun Mitra shines in this not so sweet 'Jalebi'. 

    Pushpdeep Bhardwaj directorial 'Jalebi- The everlasting taste of love' is a film that has a heart to it but unfortunately the depth required as well as the layers to its storyline were certainly missing. The film revolves around a tour guide from Delhi name...

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