With a title like "Dohchay", which means 'to rob', you expect a movie to do more than just entertain.
You`d either love ‘Tasher Desh’ or hate it, but you can definitely not ignore it.
Steven Jobs, the late CEO and co-founder of Apple, was a fascinating man.
‘Once Upon Ay Time In Mumbai Dobaara’ is nothing but an out and out Akshay Kumar film with nothing more to offer.
Breaking away from the aforementioned outlook, director Suseenthiran crafts an intelligent and bold story about hormone-driven teenage romance.
If watching vehicle chase sequences, cars being blown up in the air and muscled goons is your film genre of choice, then you would know that we could be talking about Rohit Shetty of the ‘Golmaal’ series fame.
If you strip down love to its cheapest form, you get this low-budget flick that starts off as a light-hearted entertainer, but eventually turns bitter due to constant use of cuss words and double meaning undertones.
`Rabba Main Kya Karoon` is astonishingly and refreshingly free of smut and suggestiveness.
This season seems to be dedicated for kids. After `Turbo` and `Zambezia`, director Raja Gosnell`s `The Smurfs 2` is another rollicking roller-coaster hybrid-live action-cum-animated film.
This animated film in 2D and 3D versions from South Africa is at par with any other such from Hollywood.
There is a very good reason why this interesting satire on petty crime and plummeting morals in Delhi is captioned "Season One".
Welcome again to the comic world of lovable losers.
‘Pattathu Yaanai’ delivers more entertainment as a comedy entertainer than as an action flick.
Shiva`s films guarantee entertainment, but ‘Sonna Puriyadhu’ fails in the effort of delivering a wholesome entertainer.
The bludgeoning impact of director Manish Tiwary`s desi Varanasi must-see adaptation of William Shakespeare`s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ would have certainly made Shakespeare smile.
Uh-oh! She is engaged to marry a man who isn`t right for her. Mr. Right is right around corner, making his fidgety presence felt in nearly every frame of this launch pad for actress Rati Agnihotri`s son Tanuj.
After a series of unconventional love stories like ‘Raanjhanaa’ and ‘Lootera’, here is a typical romantic flick which has a storyline seen in many, many movies before.
‘D-Day’ throws light on those unsung heroes who sacrifice everything, even their identities for the nation.
‘Maryan’, a simple story of love, makes us realise its power in the most visually extravagant way.
"No dream is too big and no dreamer too small" is the mantra of `Turbo`.
Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s `Bhaag Milkha Bhaag` is a tribute to the legendary Milkha Singh.
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