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Sultan review: Salman Khan at his best or cringingly irritating? Find out here

Sultan review: Salman Khan's Sultan is out and his massive fan base is in frenzy. Indubitably, Bhai has a knack of galvanising his support base and send them marching into the theatres as if by remote control - Salman of cour

Sultan movie review: Salman Khan at his romantic, violent best; Anushka Sharma a surprise package

Sultan movie review: A megastar vehicle that blends the earthiness of the akhada with the flamboyance of the mixed martial arts ring, Ali Abbas Zafar's 'Sultan' starring Salman Khan is certainly...

Warcraft movie review: A visual spectacle

It can be hard to tell orcs apart at first. The fictional giants of the ''Warcraft'' video game franchise all have mean faces, protruding tusks and muscles so massive, they make The Rock look puny.

‘Housefull 3’: review; Akshay Kumar, Abhishek Bachchan use standard slapstick devices to ramp up hilarity quotient

'Housefull 3': movie review; Akshay Kumar, Riteish Deshmukh, Abhishek Bachchan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Lisa Haydon and Nargis Fakhri, the list reads virtually like a who's who, but the quality of fare on offer is unpalatable,

‘Azhar’: review; a poor innings of half truths

A film by the name of "Azhar", based on the life of Mohammad Azharuddin, the legendary cricketer from Hyderabad, is bound to arouse curiosity and attract cricket fans and cinegoers alike to the theatre, but alas! This dramati

Review: The Avengers divide in revitalizing ‘Civil War’

Review: The Avengers - Conventional movie wisdom would suggest that there can only be diminishing returns with long-running franchises. There must be a breaking point, right?

Film Review: The Huntsman Winter’s War; Feminism freezes over in sequel

''The Huntsman: Winter's War'' is one of the more bizarre sequels in recent memory. If modern movies are going to strip every side story out of every superhero universe and beyond, fairy tales should be fair game too.

Ki and Ka: Review; Kareena Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor starrer is much ado about nothing

Ki and Ka: Review; in this Kareena Kapoor and Arjun Kapoor starrer, writer and director R Balki revels in working with unconventional themes within a mainstream narrative framework.

Zubaan: Review; Despite Vicky Kaushal’s strong acting, movie falls flat

Zubaan: review; on the face of it, debutant Mozez Singh's Zubaan has much that is likeable. Yet the potential inherent in its music-laden coming-of-age drama remains largely unrealized. The film makes the right noises, but it

Review: ‘Tere Bin Laden: Wanted Dead or Alive’

Review: 'Tere Bin Laden: Wanted Dead or Alive'; The film is a sequel to the moderately successful 2010 release "Tere Bin Laden". But unlike its predecessor, this one is a convoluted no-brainer, which reveals the origin of the

Fitoor: Review; Katrina Kaif starrer boosts ‘great expectations’ to a higher plane

Fitoor: Review; in this Katrina Kaif and Aditya Roy Kapoor starrer, Director Abhishek Kapoor attempts a big leap of faith. Fitoor seeks to bridge the Kent and London of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations and the lovingly len

Ghayal Once Again Review: Sunny Deol returns as anti-corruption action hero crusader

Ghayal Once Again Review: This Sunny Deol starrer is a sequel to the super hit film released in 1990 under the title Ghayal. Ghayal Once Again is a superhero action film and it takes off from where the last franchise left off

The Finest Hours movie review: All’s well that ends well

With the tempest sea, howling winds and weather-beaten terrain as the backdrop, 'The Finest Hours' is a fascinating rescue drama inspired by real-life incidents with a romance sub-plot. It is narrated in a benevolent, old-fas

The Choice movie review: Romantic tale of neighbours in in love

The Choice movie review: A tearjerker based on Nicholas Sparks's book of the same name, "The Choice" is an escapist romance tale about two neighbours who fall in love.

Ghayal Once Again review: Sunny Deol returns after 25 years, but things have changed much

Ghayal Once Again review: Sunny Deol's Ghayal Once Again, which is a hackneyed tale of an anti-corruption crusader, reeks mostly of the past. Coming after a quarter of a century after the original, the film finds that things

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