Tag: YRF

Tiger Zinda Hai Film Review: Yes Superstardom Is Alive

| December 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

This is one of those films that does not need a review. It’s like having asked first mountaineer to conquer Mount Everest, Edmund Hillary, as to what inspired him to scale the summit. He gave a laconic reply: Because it’s there. So what would make you watch Tiger Zinda Hai. Because it’s here now. Everything […]

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Bhoomi Film Review : A Morass of a Mashup

| September 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

  At times you don’t go to review a picture, you walk in to view and then review a project or a retreaded, rehashed version of some other film. Well Bhoomi scores on all these fronts. Its a project to showcase the return of a Phoenix, the indestructible Sanjay Dutt.God only knows how many resurrections […]

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Kill/Dil Film Review: Ah! What a waste!

| November 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Two childhood friends Dev and Tutu aka Ranveer Singh and Ali Zafar. Unflinching bonding while working as hitmen for an underworld supari Don Bhaiyaji (Govinda, in a villainous avatar).They have no compuntions, no conscience. Then one of them Ranveer Singh has an awakening of conscience as he accidentally comes in contact with a social activist […]

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Happy New Year Review: A Dazzling Dumb Affair

| October 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

MovieTime Malad–a slightly country-cousin kinda multiplex..show timing: 12pm..ticket rate Rs 170..Housefull! Infiniti Malad–an upmarket mall and multiplex complex..show timing: 12.45pm..ticket rate Rs 250..House eventually got full. Just half an hour delay on my part cost me one and a half-time the price—I keep wondering-for what? A high octane marketing blitz  what with In-film branding and […]

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Dhoom 3 Review: Its Boom Time

| December 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

A franchise with its latest instalment blasts with dhoom through the entire spectrum of screen space. With no link to the previous storylines, this installment starts with Iqbal (Jackie Shroff) and his son Sahir (Aamir Khan’s younger avatar) trying to save their circus from Western Union Bank of Chicago to which it has been mortgaged […]

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