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  • Geng – The Adventure Begins

    It draws attention to the Asian culture beautifully captured in its characters and the milieu, which definitely enhances the appeal of this 3D animation movie.
  • Gumshuda

    After a long hiatus, a suspense thriller but one that loses steam from the word ‘go’.
  • Aashayein

    In Aashayein, John Abraham discovers he has only a few months to live, and like Harrison Ford in Indiana Jones, he descends into a bizarre world of make-believe.
  • …And Once Again

    Set in Sikkim, this film is replete with shots of awesome scenery and full of Sikkimese culture. The Sikkim Tourism Board must be very, very happy!
  • Lafangey Parindey

    He’s a rowdy but he has a good heart. He’s also known as ‘one-punch Nandu’ – one punch is all it takes for him to win in the boxing ring, hands-down.
  • Help

    After watching Help, you’re convinced that making a horror film is actually quite easy.
  • PEEPLI [Live]

    Imagine this film without Aamir Khan.
  • Aisha

    Everything is pleasing about Aisha – from the look to decor to costume to make-up. Unfortunately, you can’t say the same about the story, screenplay or dialogue.
  • Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai

    How do you approach the tried and tested and still deliver something mind-blowing? And when it comes to Mumbai’s underworld, it had better be extra special!
  • Khatta Meetha

    Khatta Meetha is the sixth film of the Akshay-Priyadarshan combination. The other five being Hera Pheri, Garam Masala, Bhagam Bhag, Bhool Bhulaiyaa and De Dana Dan.
  • Tere Bin Laden

    “Ek tape se jung chhid sakti hai toh dusre tape se jung ruk bhi sakti hai (If you can start a war with a tape, you can also stop a war with a tape),” is what Abhishek Sharma’s leading man mutters on s
  • Lamhaa

    Four years ago, he took on the burning issue of Gujarat and the result was a National Award for Parzania.

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