Tag Archives: Akshay Kumar

REVIEW: 2.0


REVIEW: 2.0. When I had reviewed Shankar’s tri-lingual ROBOT (ENTHIRAN in Tamil) in 2010, it was the most expensive movie made in India then. Eight years later, he returns with another tri-lingual sequel called 2.0. And 2.0 is touted as … Continue reading

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REVIEW: TOILET: EK PREM KATHA


TOILET: EK PREM KATHA The entire human race can be categorized in two ways: those who have the luxury of defecating in the “privacy” of their homes and those who have no alternative but to defecate in the open. And … Continue reading

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REVIEW: THE STATE vs JOLLY LLB 2


  The extent to which THE STATE vs JOLLY LLB 2 is fast becoming a much talked about movie can be gauged not merely by how it has come close to becoming a member of the 100 crore club, but … Continue reading

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REVIEW: BROTHERS


REVIEW: BROTHERS It has been in the news that Karan Malhotra’s second directorial attempt BROTHERS is an attempted remake (with permission) of a Hollywood production called WARRIOR. While I have not seen the Hollywood movie, I have seen Karan Malhotra’s … Continue reading

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REVIEW: KHILADI 786


KHILADI 786 The credits of KHILADI 786 feature something which I have not seen before in the credits of any movie till date. Alongside the names of the persons credited with the production, direction, story and other facets of movie … Continue reading

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REVIEW: JOKER


JOKER With a running time of just 105 minutes, Shirish Kunder’s directorial venture JOKER is perhaps one of the shortest Hindi feature films in recent times. I would like this to be interpreted as a reflection of the director’s concern … Continue reading

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REVIEW: ROWDY RATHORE


ROWDY RATHORE There are at least four instances during the two and a half hour screening of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s co-produced ROWDY RATHORE wherein the director Prabhu Deva (known more for his dancing and choreographic skills) gives the viewer hints … Continue reading

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