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Wanted Movie Review

18

September

Wanted
Wanted, directed by ace choreographer Prabhu Deva who also made the Tamil version of the film, is a senseless, noisy, gratuitously violent movie - the kind that you thought you had left behind in the 1980s.


Toss movie Review

29

August

Toss
The flick starring- Ashmit Patel, Rannvijay Singh, Aarti Chabria and Prashant Raj is an uninteresting attempt. All Khatkar seems to be interested in is camera work, which he surely excels at but guess he’s forgotten the fact that one has to add a strong storyline to gel with the thrilling scenes.


Quick Gun Murugan Movie Review

29

August

Quick Gun Murugan
Quick Gun Murugan is quite an enjoyable satire that combines the recipes of South Indian movies, Hollywood Westerns and Kung Fu actioners, all the cliches and characters from the 1970s come to life in this madcap roller coaster ride.


Daddy Cool Movie Review

29

August

Daddy Cool
Director K Murali Mohan Rao's Daddy Cool is a misguided copy paste job of Frank Oz's incredibly funny 'Death at a Funeral', if you've seen the original avoid the remake, and if you haven't, avoid it like plague.


Love Khichdi Movie Review

29

August

Love Khichdi
Love Khichdi will leave you with some uncomfortable acid reflux just 15 minutes into the movie, for you will realize that you've wasted your hard earned cash.


Kissan Movie Review

29

August

Kissan
Director Puneet Sira's 'Kissan' is more or less a remake of Manoj Kumar’s 1967 hit film 'Upkaar', set in a village the film is about two brothers Sohail and Arbaaz Khan, who look like movie stars inspite of one of them being a farmer.


Music Review: What’s Your Raashee?

25

August

What's your Rashee
Album: 'What's Your Raashee?'; Music Director: Sohail Sen; Lyricist: Javed Akhtar; Singers: Aslesha Gowariker, Shaan, Bhavya Pandit, Sohail Sen, Marianne D. Cruz, Tarannum Malik, Rajab Ali Bharti, Bela Shende, Ashutosh Gowariker, Pamela Jain, Alka Yagnik, Udit Narayan and Madhushree; Rating: ***


Kaminey Movie Review

14

August

Kaminey Movie
Yes, Kaminey is a smart and balsy film that brings Hollywood to Bollywood, reminiscent of the adventurism of Quentin Tarantino's action thrillers which catapult the viewer into the dark, violent world of crime and criminals, leaving you no time to blink or breathe easy.


Agyaat Movie Review

07

August

Agyaat
Ram Gopal Varma’s ‘Agyaat’ is as shoddy as the dead dummy publicity gimmick he deployed to publicise the flick. A disappointment to say the least, considering Ramu’s last year's horror offering ‘Phoonk’ where even the otherwise innocuous crow had sent shivers down all our spines.


Tere Sang Movie Review

07

August

Tere Sang
This is Raj Kapoor’s Bobby with furtive sex and a baby thrown in for good measure. Otherwise the boy-meets-girl formula never seemed more homage-bound.



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