Bollywood Movies
  • Haraamkhor: Film Review – Nawazuddin is Finally Overshadowed

    Verdict: A beautiful take on a perverse reality. It has happened. Nawazuddin Siddiqui has finally been overshadowed by another actor in a movie. Vicky Kaushal couldn’t do it, Arbaaz Khan couldn’t do it, even Irrfan Khan fell short while working with the actor. And now, the Nawaz has been trumped by none...

    Delnaz DivechaJanuary 13, 2017
  • Ok Jaanu: Film Review – Aditya & Shraddha Rekindle the Romance

    Verdict- It’s basic and cliched, but it still works. The Tamil movie O Kadhal Kanmani was a film that marked the comeback of sorts of ace director Mani Ratnam. It became an instant hit, thanks to its modern take on relationships, its music, and...

    Aditi SanthmayerJanuary 13, 2017
  • Dangal: Film Review – Aamir Takes Home The Gold

    Verdict: We have a winner! 2016 has not been a great year for Bollywood. A lot of films had Indians tweeting and posting in anticipation– Fan, Rustom, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, Shivaay – but they didn’t manage to live up to the often-unrealistic expectations...

    Sweta VinodDecember 22, 2016
  • Wajah Tum Ho: Film Review – So Bewajah!

    Verdict: The most twisted mystery of the year. Sex mysteries have recently become a fad in India. Even if the mystery revolves around a ghost from a million years ago trying to exact revenge on mankind today, she will be shown seducing the characters, before killing...

    Delnaz DivechaDecember 16, 2016
  • Shor Se Shuruaat: Film Review – Worth a Lot of Noise

    Verdict: Beginning of a New Age in cinema. It's true that one can value sound only after experiencing deafening silence, and this collection of short films – Shor Se Shuruaat shows you exactly that. It marks the 4th year of Hamaramovie's annual short film...

    Shikha SinghDecember 15, 2016
  • Befikre: Film Review – “Clichéd Hai Par Classic Hai”

    Verdict: Not extraordinary, not completely avoidable. Befikre can be summed up in exactly the words this review begins with, which also is a cheeky dialogue from the movie. There is nothing you haven’t seen before in the rom-coms that Bollywood dishes out dime a dozen....

    Biprorshee DasDecember 9, 2016
  • Kahaani 2: Film Review – Never Mess With a Mother

    Verdict: Vidya Balan owns this creepy, edgy thriller.  When Kahaani released way back in 2012, no one expected it to be one of the highest grossers of the year. Starring Vidya Balan in the role of a pregnant woman who comes to Kolkata in...

    Criselle LoboDecember 2, 2016

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