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Thank You

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Thank You

Review (4/10)
(By Naresh Deoshi)

Welcome to director Anees Bazmee’s new ‘comedy’ Thank You that zips you away to a world where cheating hubbies try to outsmart their simpering, suspecting wives even as a flute-fiddling detective tries to catch the cheaters with their pants down.

The libidinous drive of married men has been the juice of many a Bollywood comedy and the viewers have lapped it up with the sadistic glee of someone who’s missed the acti ...


The Tourist

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Review (5/10)
(By Ani)

The ‘O’Henry twist’, as it began to be called after the author who chiselled the most unexpected ending to a story into a fine art, has been done to death in literature and cinema. So much so that right at the beginning of a thriller, the most unexpected ending now comes first in the minds of a viewer.

For this expectation to be proven right against all hopes is the sign of sloppy writing and direction. ‘The Tourist’ i ...


Action Replayy

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Review (4/10)
(By Naresh Kumar Deoshi)

Now, this was really a zor ka jhakta, and it came from the blue. Vipul Amrutlal Shah and Akshay Kumar have had a pretty clean sheet working together. Be it Namastey London or Singh Is Kingg (which Shah only produced) the duo has provided entertainment to the masses whenever they teamed up together. So the audiences are bound to have rocket high expectations particularly when the theme of their latest film is intriguing as to take us back to th ...


No Problem

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No Problem

Review (3/10)
(By Naresh Kumar Deoshi)

It’s more obnoxious than the thunderous fart of a gorilla! Mercifully, I haven’t been at the receiving end of one (so far), but having watched director Anees Bazmee’s latest claptrap called No Problem, I almost know how it feels like to be blown away by something as malodorous as an ape breaking wind.

Comedy - no, attempted comedy - plumbs to a new low in No Problem, and partners in this cinematic crime are as much ...


Rakht Charitra 2

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Rakht Charitra 2

Review (5/10)
(By Aparajita Ghosh)

Violence begets violence and a gore-fest flick begets a sequel. After unleashing Rakta Charitra, arguably the most violent film in Hindi cinema a month and a half back, Ramu returns again with another bloodbath saga of revenge and retribution.

If the first part was about the bloody rise of Pratap Ravi (Vivek Oberoi), Rakht Charitra - 2 the second part turns the tables and is the revenge saga of Pratap’s arch foe Suriya (played by ...