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  • PK: All about AK, Only about AK

    PK is another Aamir Khan film with predictable consequences. Everything from the script to the support cast fights...

    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai 10:32 IST | December 23, 2014

  • Investment: Poignant Principal, Pitiful Returns

    Given the inherent depth and gravity of the subject matter, Ratnakar Matkaris Marathi film Investment had the pote...

    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai 14:15 IST | December 17, 2014

  • Top Ten worst films of Bollywood in the year 2014

    Heres a list of those 10 films that would not only bore you to death but also make you question the whole point of...

    India Infoline News Service | Mumbai 16:14 IST | December 10, 2014

  • Kick: Backfired Warsaw Pact

    What better name than Kick for a Bhai film which is known to give his loyal audiences just that. But Sajid sir, as...

    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai

  • Bobby Jasoos: Bobbly Jasoos

    Three cheers for the dynamic duo of Vidya Balan and Diya Mirza who have dared to defy the brazen diktats of a male...

    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai

  • Ek Villian: Fake Villian

    Ek Villian is a thriller no doubt but only as an inadvertent laugh riot. The muddled script, shuttling back and fo...

    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai

  • Filmistan: A New Sunny, A New Border

    Debutante director Nitin Kakkar has accomplished a near-impossible feat: hes gifted the film industry with a self-...

    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai

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    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai 15:47 IST | May 09, 2014

  • 2 States: Too stately for comfort

    2 States is watchable only for the steady-state chemistry of Alia Bhatt and Arjun Kapoor. With nothing to prove a...

    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai

  • Jai Ho: Salman ki khatir Seh Lo

    Its indeed a tragedy that a film family blessed with a dynamic duo - Salim Khan, one of the best writers in Indian...

    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai

  • Dhoom 3: Vroom day for Bikes, Doomsday for Banks

    Undoubtedly, all three stars, like the film itself, belong to Aamir Khan the diminutive magician with the ultimat...

    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai

  • Ram Leela: Bard in Bhansali Town

    Bhansalis brand of cinema, as we all know it, is all colour and little credence. And for his staple fare of extrem...

    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai

  • Besharam: Befitting the title

    Theres hardly any point reviewing the nightmare. If Abhinav Kashyap can afford to underutilize a powerful artiste ...

    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai

  • The Lunchbox: Simple and wholesome

    This Ritesh Batra film packs an engaging vignette in a delightful lunch box, an unbelievable feat for mainstream c...

    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai

  • Shudh Desi Romance: Smoking & Smooching Romance

    High time director Maneesh Sharma thinks beyond bands, bajaas and baaraats. If his debut feature went sour towards...

    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai

  • Satyagraha: No full stops for Jha

    Prakash Jhas films invariably make for great poster content but his recent social statements have neither style no...

    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai

  • Madras Cafe: Poignant and Profound

    Madras Caf is the result of one of the most invaluable breakthroughs in the history of mainstream cinema the alli...

    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai

  • Once upon a time in Mumbai Dobara: Not even for laughs

    Therere some sequels that make the preceding installments seem profound, however shallow they might have been. Mil...

    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai

  • Chennai Express: Whistle Podu

    Theres no denying the fact Chennai Express entertains you for most parts barring a handful that suffer from gaudy ...

    Sudhir Raikar | Mumbai