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Movie Review: Jayeshbhai Jordaar

If the intent is all that mattered, Jayeshbhai Jordaar would certainly have been one of the most remarkable films in recent times. It uses comedy, proven to be effective while dealing with social evils, to tell us what misogyny could lead us to. Not just that, Jayeshbhai Jordaar delves into the deep-seated issues that are …

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Movie Review: Attack – Part 1

John Abraham had already tasted success as a super cop in Force. It is only natural that he seeks to up his game. And what better than a super-strong cop who could lift heavy bikes and throw them at goons? A super-soldier of course. Little wonder John Abraham is credited for the story of Attack, …

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Is it game over for Bollywood? Hell no!

Debunking the “remakewood” allegations and more.   “Bollywood is over. It’s now merely remakewood. South movies are taking over,” announced a fellow journalist. This in-between a discussion after the fabulous success story that Pushpa The Rise went on to be and the subsequent failure of Kabir Khan’s magnum opus 83. My friend is not alone. …

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Movie Review: Satyameva Jayate 2

Here’s the thing. I know I watched Satyameva Jayate 2, but I wonder if the writer actually intended to make Satyameva Jayate 2. By all yardsticks, this one could have well been Gunda 2, a sequel to the 1998 Mithun Chakraborty starrer and the king of trash. Each character, like in the Kanti Shah ‘masterpiece’ …

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Movie Review: Meenakshi Sundareshwar

There is something incredibly likable about Sanya Malhotra. She does possess the power to pull off a scene on her own, if not the whole film. And she does that with aplomb throughout this somewhat sweet rom-com Meenakshi Sudareshwar. Her abilities however aren’t quite enough to fill the gaps in the screenplay… Meenakshi Sundareshwar takes …

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Movie Review: Hungama 2

In his attempt to expose the lie spread by the story’s female lead, the male protagonist attempts to record their conversation in a mini tape. Yes, a tape! Not a mobile phone or any cool new-age gadget, but a tape. This scene is symbolic of the mess that Hungama 2 is. The film is so …

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Movie Review: Haseen Dillruba

Haseen Dillruba, uncannily reminded me of Ashutosh Gowariker’s What’s Your Rashee?. While there is barely anything that makes the two films similar on the surface, they are connected by the biggest flaws. For most parts of the Gowariker film, Harman Baweja is seen bride hunting. He meets 12 different girls and has to decide on …