Ek Paheli Leela quick movie review: Sunny Leone is surprisingly convincing as a Rajasthani damsel!
The musical thriller has seen its release today and here’s what our correspondent has to say…
Sunny Leone’s Ek Paheli Leela has finally seen its release today and our correspondent Srishti Dixit is at the theatre, watching the film right now. She states that the film has been enjoyable so far! Here’s what she has to say about it and Sunny’s performance in the same… Click here to read more
S/o Satyamurthy review: Don’t miss Allu Arjun’s latest family entertainer!
Director Trivikram Srinivas proves that he is master craftsmen when it comes to dishing out commercial cinema sans cliche
What to expect from an Allu Arjun film? Some terrific dance moves, foot tapping numbers, mind boggling actions sequences, thoda romance and thoda family sentiments. Allu Arjun’s S/o Satyamurthy follows the same template, but instead of looking cliched and redundant, the film comes off as a refreshing entertainer. A lot of credit goes to Trivikram Srinivas for adding twists and quirks to almost every scene, making the age old story look appealing. But that doesn’t mean the film doesn’t falter. Read on to find out if S/0 Satyamurthy is worth your time or not.Click here to read more
Broken Horses movie review: Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s Hollywood debut will appeal to the emotionally inclined!
Christopher George Marquetter, Anton Yelchin, Vincent D’Onofrio, Maria Valverde, Seean Patrick Flanery, Jordi Caballero, Thomas Jane, Henry Shotwell starrer has a very gentle approach to a very tough topic…
S/O (Son of) Satyamurthy quick movie review: Allu Arjun owns every frame with his charismatic presence!
Trivikram Srinivas’ latest Telugu film has hit the screens and our reviewer, Subramanian Avi Harikumar decided to help you find out if this movie is worth your money and time. So, here’s what he has to say…
S/O (Son of) Satyamurthy story revolves around Viraj Anand, played by Allu Arjun, son of the industrialist Satyamurthy (Prakash Raj). After his father’s death in a tragic accident and major loss in share market, Viraj is forced to sell his company and look for a new job. Click here to read more
Dharam Sankat Mein movie review: Paresh Rawal, Annu Kapoor and Naseeruddin Shah FAIL to tickle your funny bone!
Religious satires do well with Bollywood audiences, but was this film worth the effort? Check out the full movie review and you would know…
For a movie that professed in all its promotionals, “From the studio that brought you OMG!Oh My God“, people had high expectations from this film. And the faith got even higher when you saw three stellar actors like Paresh Rawal, Naseeruddin Shah and Annu Kapoor in the film. But was the movie able to live up to all of that? Click here to read more
Dharam Sankat Mein quick movie review: Paresh Rawal’s religious satire is funny but only in bits
The Fuwad Khan directorial will hit screens on April 10
Vaicom 18′s latest offering, Dharam Sankat Mein is soon to hit theatres. The film that stars Paresh Rawal, Naseeruddin Shah, and Annu Kapoor in pivotal roles is a religious satire. Our reviewer, Prateek Sur, is currently watching the press show and here’s what he thinks of the film so far… Click here to read more