REVIEWS

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    Bhardwaj's 'Pataakha' ensures a cracker drama with a strong enlightening message.

    Vishal Bhardwaj has given quite a lot of depth to Charan Singh Pathik's short story 'Do Behnein' through an enticing comedy-drama which takes us to a walk through India's partition, and raising a lot of questions as the narrative proceeds. Set in th...

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    This conviction-less film boasts on loose ends and unmoving performances.

    Sharat Katariya's directed Sui Dhaaga: Made in India doesn't deliver the sweaty struggle that goes in the making of a handmade artwork; also the narrative is quite scattered in terms of holding the audience's interest. Revolving around two central ch...

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    This biopic misses facts and ferocity as Manto's hard-hitting Afsane's starve for freedom of expression. 

    Nandita Das directorial 'Manto' is a biographical drama based on the life of Pakistani literary writer Saadat Hasan Manto who was born in Ludhiana, India during the British era. Not beginning with his birthplace, the film's narrative jumps off to vintag...

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    Shahid shines in this fact-finding film that explores an untouched social issue with a reality check.

    Shree Narayan Singh directorial 'Batti Gul Meter Chalu' is a social movie that won't fancy modern metro city audiences who are unaware of the electricity issue from Uttrakhand, India. Well, initially we would take some extra liberty to criticize the fil...

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    Vicky's madness, Taapsee's rawness and Abhishek's blossoming act is a treat to watch.

    The love triangle theory has always worked in Bollywood connecting the audiences but this Aanand L Rai's film is a fresh take on modern relationships and these three central characters are the heart of it. It is the passionate chemistry between Vicky (Vicky Kau...

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