You won't mind this John Abraham film if you are a sucker for those Dharamji and MIthunda movies- haath ke badle haath, aankh ke badle aankh aur jaan ke badle jaan..
A lot happens on and off the field in Gold, but Akshay Kumar is all there to not let it fritter away
Anil Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai return 19 years after Taal to tell us where we are going wrong. Rajkummar Rao joins them with affability...
Mulk is a must for every Indian. Go away from your WhatsApp Group Chats, Restaurants and Web Shows this weekend. You are a part of this Mulk, aren't you?
Sanjay Dutt and Chitrangda Singh must be repenting having done Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3. They can live in denial till the cows come home, but a frank interview from either on this blunder would do cinema a world of good.
The wait is over. Sridevi and Boney Kapoor's darling daughter Janhvi's first histrionics are up for display and she has nailed it. Ishaan is wow. Don't let this pass...
This match is a win-win from the word 'Go'. You will be floored by the maker's distinct lazy elegance of not desperate to make a statement. Lead actors, Diljit Dosanjh and Taapsee Pannu are first rate
It's a Hirani film and you are definitely going to watch it. It has many startling facts which you may not have known. It has India's super actor Ranbir Kapoor. But it has a bit of roughness which could have been polished...
Salman Khan and Anil Kapoor will conquer your attention. See it to have fun, it's fine for your Eid weekend. Good story and performances, but the screenplay, music and dialogues could have been better
You can see it if you're a Rajini fan. But we won't be surprised if some of you like it immensely and some of you feel a tad disappointed
Vikramadsitya Motwane keeps him in the centre even though his name is not Bhavesh Joshi and Harshvardhan Kapoor leaves no stone unturned...
Worth your time and ticket. You will grab a few lessons of life and you won't be busy with your mobile as this breezy film gains momentum to converge into a very satisfying climax...
Parmanu had the ingredients for an engaging film but director Abhishek Sharma has failed to utilise them. This 129-minute long narrative on nuclear blast has too many lines and scenes, which will go down with you only if you're from the military background...
It has good music, it has an accomplished director, it has a riveting story and screenplay, it has strong dialogues. Above all, it has Alia Bhatt...
You will come out with a lump in your throat, and bet that some of you might take a U-turn after exiting the theatre. Unparalleled Amitabh Bachchan and Rishi Kapoor make you feel that you need to hug them and hold them tight ...
Go for this if you value cinema. Hansal Mehta and Rajkummar Rao are not here to wander in a park, films to them mean treasure. Omerta is an unforgettable film, its images will continue to flash before your eyes for a long time to come...
It's watchable if you can excuse it for its few lines of writing which stand out like a sore thumb, Abhay Deol and Patralekha are fairly good, and it is a learning lesson as well
Maybe the expectations were too high since it is a Majid Majidi film--- but Ishaan Khatter, Malavika Mohanan & Co manage to make up for that something which is amiss...
Shoojit Sircar spellbinds you with a tale which indirectly spells out that love is so shallow in today’s times of hookups. October is something that you must watch, whichever generation you belong to...
This one is for those who have less space at home and want to take a bit of nap in an air-conditioned theatre. And when you wake up, you wouldn't have missed anything...
Irrfan Khan and Kirti Kulhari are in a loveless marriage but you will fall in love with this film. Go for it, even if you are blackmailed to not see it
Entertainment, entertainment, entertainment. Ahmed Khan does not want to be a pseudo-intellectual and I love such people who don't sit on the other side of the fence just to get attention. Baaghi 2 is entertaining...
Go for this one, it's short, has a message, and does not preach. Rani Mukerji nails it, and the supporting cast makes it a good package which you can visit over the weekend
What a let-down. What has come over Mr Gupta whose track record boasts of two taut movies? Raid goes downhill from the first reel!
Urvashi Rautela burns up the screen with Ihana Dhillon in Vishal Pandya's Hate Story 4 and the cameraman moves his lens on their bodies as slowly as he can. But where is the hate?
A film which you must see if you believe in actors who are performance obsessed and filmmakers who are content driven...
Misogynistic film, we should ask ourselves if we need to project women like this. Did it augur well? NO!
If you set your standards very high from the word GO, your later work is always going to be compared to your earlier one. Neeraj Pandey is perhaps paying the price for that.
This one is a must-watch. You will come out in awe. We bet our last shirt on that. Akshay Kumar, Sonam Kapoor and Radhika Apte have a winner on their hands...
Go for it at the first opportunity and you will come out saying 'What a film' unless of course you have a bad day at the office or a fight with your partner
Nirdosh has a big doze of suspense and you won't mind it with your Popcorn and Pepsi
The trailer of Kaalakaandi promised to give us a raucous tale of life, death and karma that barrels through one monsoon night in Mumbai. How much of that gets reflected in the final product? Read on the full movie review to find out...
Anurag Kashyap beautifully explores a boxer's love story amidst blinding hatred of the political cast system. Read on to know the full movie review...
Go for it. And you must. This Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif film from the Yash Raj stable is a winning horse and I see no reason why you shouldn't see it galloping
The implausible comedy is redeemed by the inspired performances of Pankaj Tripathi, Richa Chadha and Varun Sharma
This ghost flick with Sunny Leone-Arbaaz Khan fights hard to win the Award for the Worst Film of Year
Here's the latest update from the world of Bollywood. We bet you wouldn't want to miss this. Read on for details... Kapil Sharma goes the rustic Lagaan route, only to disappoint you majorly
Coincidence or not, this seems to be a way-out take on the life and career of Nagma, who was in fact introduced to the movies by director Deepak Shivdasani
Sanjay Mishra and Ranvir Shorey are in top form in this well-intended but lukewarm take on climate change
Theatre artiste and playwright, Sushama Deshpande, delivers a knockout of a performance
Here's the latest update from the world of Bollywood. We bet you wouldn't want to miss this. Read on for details... This sort of sex thriller may make you croon….Jhalak mat dikhla jaa please.
Vidya Balan is outstanding. And Manav Kaul as well as Neha Dhupia are impressive too, in this feel-goody good entertainer
Director Tanuja Chandra returns with a romcom-cum-road movie, with remarkable performances from Irrfan Khan and Parvathy Thiruvothu
Rajkummar Rao is as competent as ever. Kriti Kharbanda does a decent job. But don’t look for joyous entertainment in this shaadi-go-round
You will like the guessing game you play with yourself throughout the film, and the end will stump you. Akshaye Khanna, Sidharth Malhotra, and Sonakshi Sinha pull it off rather well. The drawback is that it could have been more racy and pacy
The story is the thing in this decidedly different whodunit, topped by first-rate performances by Manoj Bajpayee and Adarsh Gourav.
Powerhouse actresses, Richa Chadda and Kalki Koechlin, fetch up in a road movie unworthy of their talent
Ajay Devgn, Parineeti Chopra and aha Tabu are out to woo the lowest-common denominator in this Rohit Shetty’s no-brainer
Aamir Khan’s home production has its flaccid moments, redeemed to a huge extent by the first-rate performances topped by Zaira Wasim and Meher Vij
Judi Dench is infallibly excellent, while apna Ali Fazal grabs the global-op to deliver a likeable performance
Count your blessings. Saif Ali Khan is efficient enough in this weakly scripted buffet of a movie...
Barun Sobti makes a sudden impact with this reality bites entertainer directed by first-timer Milind Dhaimade
Varun Dhawan’s highenergetic, his smiles are a dentist’s delight, not to forget his gym-chiselled body display. But the rest is a brain-banger
Here's the latest update from the world of Bollywood. We bet you wouldn't want to miss this. Read on for details... Sanjay Dutt’s avengeful pitaah act proves to be so wrong for a comeback project
The biopic on Haseena Parkar, who was better known as Aapa, is finally out. The film is a testament to the troubled life of the sister of India's most wanted criminal, Dawood Ibrahim
Rajkummar Rao and Pankaj Tripathi do it again. They’re excellent in a film which dares to buck the Bollywood formula
Here's the latest update from the world of Bollywood. We bet you wouldn't want to miss this. Read on for details... Despite weak direction and a shallow script, Kangana Ranaut rocks big-time...
This Farhan Akhtar-led prison escape drama, supplemented with music, is a sorry aama gaama paa
Bobby Deol may be returning to the big screen after 4 years, but he is still in amazing form. His impeccable comic timing makes him stand out and in numerous scenes, he outshines Sunny Deol and Shreyas Talpade. Here's a minute analysis of this week's big release, Poster Boys...
Here’s Arjun Rampal’s love labour lost…a biopic of Arun Gawli which is frankly quite unbearable
Here's the latest update from the world of Bollywood. We bet you wouldn't want to miss this. Read on for details... Ajay Devgn and Emraan Hashmi are watchable. The rest of this heist caper isn’t
Ayushmann Khurrana and Bhumi Pednekar go at a ‘gent’s problem’ which is funny in parts but marred by an anti-climax
Siddharth Malhotra and Jacqueline Fernandez bank excessively on the glamour quotient in an unbearably mindless thriller
An e-mail addressed to Nawazuddin Siddiqui who can’t rescue this kiss-kiss-bang-bang watchamacallit
Not just the two lead actors, even the supporting cast was top-notch in Qaidi Band. However, there was something amiss in Habib Faisal's directorial
Amole Gupte's latest presentation Sniff is all set to release tomorrow. This children's film may have its heart at the right place, but is very predictable...
Rajkummar Rao rocks the show in director Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari’s sweet-toothed romcom, with Ayushmann Khuranna and Kriti Sanon in tow
Gurinder Chadha’s recreation of the last days of the British Raj is a mash-up of history and romance which leaves you stone cold
Akshay Kumar gives his blood, sweat and tearful screams for a message-stacked drama which goes downhill after the interval
Imtiaz Ali’s lovefest, fuelled by the star power of Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma, is oh-so-disappointing
Madhur Bhandarkar’s look back in anger at the Emergency era is full of sound and fury, signifying precious little.
Director Anees Bazmee is back to his league of churning out some A-class comedy. After a few failed slapstick comedies, this Anil Kapoor & Arjun Kapoor starrer is set to redeem Anees' status as a cult comedy director. Here's our review of Mubarakan...
Tiger Shroff can dance and break jaws expertly, but that’s about it. The rest is sheer boredom...
Here’s a slice of life, four interwoven stories which blow the socks off the Bollywood formula
Ranbir Kapoor rocks big-time. Katrina Kaif fits the glamour bill. And director Anurag Basu goes absolutely haywire
What on earth are Paresh Rawal and Tanvi Azmi doing in a mirthless comedy, which is way beneath their status?
The acting chops of Sridevi and Nawazuddin Siddiqui are first-rate. The rest of this Bollywood ode to badla isn’t
Salman Khan, ever the superstar, strives to fit into the bechara, bhola bhala, roti surat mould. Alas, this change of image isn’t for the better
Riteish Deshmukh forms a gang of 3 self-declared idiots for a heist caper, produced by the Yash Raj banner. Result: it’s more zzzzz-inducing than zany
A reincarnation fantasy with Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon, directed by Dinesh Vijan, is as pointless as a pen without a nib
Rajkummar Rao is the saving grace of this implausible corn-rom, in which Shruti Haasan acts mainly by contorting her lips
The Bollywood remake of Oculus, toplining Huma Qureshi and Saqib Saleem, is woefully low on thrills and chills
Actor Konkona Sensharma makes an auspicious debut as a writer-director with a decidedly different murder mystery, enhanced by striking performances by Vikrant Massey and Kalki Koechlin.
You can't miss this one if you are a cricket fan. Sachin Tendulkar and his wife Anjali take you through all the highs and lows in his 24-year long career.
Director saab Mohit Suri delivers an aadhi-adhuri kahani, with neither Arjun Kapoor nor Shraddha Kapoor delivering the acting goods competently
The acting pyrotechnics of Irrfan Khan, Saba Qamar and the supporting ensemble rock the Education Establishment
Amitabh Bachchan is back in Ram Gopal Varma’s third ode to The Godfather, and it’s nothing to write home or anywhere about
Apart from a few stray cute moments, Parineeti Chopra and Ayushmann Khurrana’s love, argue, love, argue, will lead you to clutch your head in grief
The joint might of Prabhas, Sathyaraj, Rana Daggubati have done it once again. The grand canvas and spectacle called Baahubali 2: The Conclusion as envisioned by SS Rajamouli is pure mushroom magic
With just few prints even the makers of Ek Thi Rani Aisi Bhi are sure about the fate of this biopic based on Vijaya Raje Scindia. This film starring Vinod Khanna dabbles mainly with Rajmata’s relationship with her family
Sonakshi Sinha does her best to hook you in this fairytale about the highs and lows of journalism. But that’s it
Raveena Tandon deserved a better comeback film to showcase her acting prowess. What could have been a taut edge-of-the-seat thriller, Maatr is more of a lost opportunity for debutante director Ashtar Sayed
Aparna Sen directs a conversation piece, a showcase for the high acting calibre of Shabana Azmi, Lillete Dubey and herself
Vidya Balan gives this brothel drama set in the Partition era plenty of sincerity, but it’s a lost cause full of Bollywood high drama and hysteria.
OMG! Bollywood spy thriller means Akshay Kumar chilling in a bubble bathtub,Taapsee breaking deewaars as an angry young woman, Manoj Bajpayee teaming up with a Bluetooth
Anushka Sharma, in the company of Diljit Dosanjh of Udta Punjab, comes up with a different but at times tortoise-paced ghost story
Here's the latest update from the world of Bollywood. We bet you wouldn't want to miss this. Read on for details... Swara Bhaskar rocks the sexual hypocrisy of a small-town casbah and more
Govinda’s comeback vehicle is no sedan or a SUV; it’s a makeshift car that is in dire need of an overhaul
In a bid to launch son Mustafa, dad Abbas, and Mustan deliver their career-worst
Rajkummar Rao, directed by Vikramaditya Motwane, turns in an extraordinary performance in this experiment in terror