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Mhorkya review: An not-to-be-missed, enriching cinematic experience

Screenplay writer and director of the film, Amar Bharat Deokar, paints every shot, dialogue and with...

3 hours ago — Suparna Thombare


Ziprya review: Good performances marred by messy screenplay

Vaidya's ambition to explore too many plot points to arrive at the destination makes the journey...

15 Jan 2018 11:07 IST — Suparna Thombare

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Thaanaa Serndha Koottam review: Vignesh Shivn's film is good only in parts

If you haven't watched the Hindi film Special 26 (2013), chances are you will like Thaanaa...

13 Jan 2018 16:00 IST — Manigandan KR


Barayan review: This socially relevant film fails to score passing marks

The narrative doesn’t grip you in any way, while the story develops at a leisurely pace....

13 Jan 2018 12:27 IST — Keyur Seta

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Sketch review: The Vikram starrer is a run-of-the-mill action entertainer!

Sketch has quite a few twists and turns but nothing new to offer. One can safely call it a crime a...

12 Jan 2018 23:34 IST — Manigandan KR


Gulebagavali review: Kalyan Kumar succeeds in mission of cheering audiences

The comedy entertainer has good performances by Hansika and Prabhu Deva, who play the lead along and...

12 Jan 2018 16:58 IST — Manigandan KR

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Hostel Days review: Good for a one-time watch to relive memories

Hostel Days has a confused plot that tries to include everything — friendship, love, jealousy,...

12 Jan 2018 8:00 IST — Blessy Chettiar


Dr Tatyaa Lahane review: An ego massage you can totally avoid

The film is full of incidents that glorify the man, often making the narrative sugary enough to pass...

12 Jan 2018 7:00 IST — Blessy Chettiar


Saavi review: A tight lock-and-key crime thriller

A locksmith's tale that could well open the gates of fame and fortune to a number of newcomers...

06 Jan 2018 13:27 IST — Manigandan KR

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Ye Re Ye Re Paisa review: Tries too hard to be non-stop entertainer

The film, directed by ace cinematographer Sanjay Jadhav, falls flat while trying to make you laugh....

05 Jan 2018 7:00 IST — Keyur Seta


Ulkuthu review: Good entertainer making an apposite point

Caarthick Raju's second film as director suggests that compassion is a quality that henchmen...

29 Dec 2017 12:59 IST — Manigandan KR

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Charandas Chor review: Alas, this innocent thief is unable to steal your heart

While the Shyam Maheshwari film scores on some technical counts, it is found wanting in the basics....

29 Dec 2017 8:00 IST — Keyur Seta

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Velaikkaran review: An eye-opener on corporate malpractices

Mohan Raja's Velaikkaran is an entertainer that educates. It tears into shreds the mask that to...

22 Dec 2017 23:18 IST — Manigandan KR

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Deva Ek Atrangee review: Tries too hard to evoke something simple and natural

Murali Nallappa's film captures the quirky delight of the Malayalam original, Charlie, in parts...

22 Dec 2017 18:23 IST — Shriram Iyengar

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Tiger Zinda Hai review: Hero lives on, but logic dies

The Salman Khan starrer is entertaining for sure but has major logical flaws....

22 Dec 2017 13:54 IST — Keyur Seta

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Gachchi review: An experimental film with mass appeal

The film is enjoyable with laudable contributions from the technical, music and casting department....

22 Dec 2017 12:01 IST — Keyur Seta

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Aruvi review: The film is refreshing like a waterfall!

This one-of-a-kind film by a first-time director comes as a whiff of fresh air in an industry which...

16 Dec 2017 21:40 IST — Manigandan KR

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Maravi (Lost) review: Realistic narrative trying to question the truth within us

However, as the filmmakers have themselves admitted, Maravi is meant for a limited audience that has...

15 Dec 2017 8:00 IST — Anita Paikat

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Ghat review: Realistic portrayals affected by lack of coherent storyline

The portrayal of the everyday life of beggars does force you to question a lot. ...

15 Dec 2017 7:00 IST — Keyur Seta

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Monsoon Shootout review: Time stands still in this edgy Mumbai film

Amit Kumar's film is a well-crafted noir thriller balanced on the cliff of an infinite moment....

14 Dec 2017 14:59 IST — Shriram Iyengar