Time’s flying by and we’re already in the fourth month of 2015. While January and February had some big releases, not a lot happened in March as far as Bollywood is concerned. Let’s take a look at how Bollywood films have fared over the past month!
Our Rating: ★★★
Manu Warrier‘s debut film Coffee Bloom is a like a refreshing cup of coffee that awakens your mind and soul. The film swiftly explores the complexity of human relationships. Neither does the film boast of a famous star cast, nor is it a big banner project. Yet, Coffee Bloom leaves a lasting impact and is a must watch.
Our Rating: ★★★
Anushka Sharma turned producer in her latest film – NH10, a gripping thriller based on real-life incidents. While the plot and execution definitely deserves applause, it is Anushka’s bold and fearless avatar that takes the cake! Step out of your comfort zone and take a look at this disturbing piece of reality.
Our Rating: ★★ 1/2
By the looks of it, Harshavardhan Kulkarni‘s Hunterrr appeared to be a promising hardcore adult comedy. Instead, the film takes a different route altogether as it progresses. You can watch Hunterrr just for the laughs and puns, but it’s hard to take it seriously beyond a point. Think before you spend on this one!
Our Rating: ★
Director Japinder Kaur could have done a much better job with a story like this. Unfortunately, Dilliwaali Zaalim Girlfriend turned out to be a disappointment in every sense. Apart from the peppy but unwanted songs, there’s nothing much in the film. Give it a miss!
Our Rating: ★ 1/2
An independent film that didn’t quite get the attention it needed, Yahaan Sabki Lagi Hai tried hard to connect but failed miserably. The script wasn’t fool-proof, neither was the acting. It could have been one of the most talked-about films. Sadly, the response wasn’t even close.
On the whole, it wasn’t the most successful month for Bollywood filmmakers. Let’s hope April turns out be a better one with films like Detective Byomkesh Bakshy and the rest.