Tag Archives: Akshay Kumar

REVIEW: MISSION MANGAL


REVIEW : MISSION MANGAL “A dream is not something that we see in our sleep. It is something that does not let us sleep.” So says Akshay Kumar, playing the role of Rakesh Dhawan, head of India’s first Mars Mission … Continue reading

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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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