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Movie Review of Bell Bottom: An experience that will keep you tied to the chair

A spy codenamed Bellbottom sets out on a secret mission to free 210 prisoners held by thieves. In the reconnaissance spine-chiller Bell Bottom, Akshay...

Is watching a TV show better than watching a movie?

Back in the day, people were usually viewed as the lesser alternative to big pictures and movies. The TV stars would work hard and...

Movie Review of Bhoot Police: Slow and scary without any story

Pavan Kripalani's Bhoot Police, a loathsomeness parody that holds its assets away from plain view until it is into the subsequent half, opens, in...

Movie Review of Bhuj: A sad Apology for a War film

Bhuj shall always be remembered for the war that shook the whole Pakistan. The movie Bhuj: the pride of India will always be remembered...

Movie review of Shershaah: A story of valor with spirit of nationalism

We have seen so many wars and many more bloodbaths but the war of 1999 shall always remain etched in the heart of every...

Movie Review of Hungama 2: Stale wine in the old bottle with sloppy comedy

Priyadarshan was once feted for the controlled lunacy of his comedies. Here, the lunacy is intact. Control is conspicuous by its absence. A woman with...

Movie Review of Mimi: Complete entertainer after a long time

Bollywood may or may not have understood the real meaning of surrogacy but this film is a good start to it. A 25-year-old girl living...

Movie Review of Haseen Dilruba : A cringe love story with clichéd ode to violent love

The movie begins with the past through the testimony of the important suspect in the crime that has been committed – the wife of...

Movie Review of Sherni: Vidya Balan at her best!

The man vs. animal battle can be relevant in several ways. The profound, shady jungle can be glamorized and turned into a battleground for...

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