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  • | July 6th, 2012

    ‘Double Dhamaal’ Review: Look at the bright side

    ‘Double Dhamaal’ Review: Look at the bright side

    The film revives the hilarious knockabout farces harking back to the glory days of silent cinema
    Films like Double Dhamaal are critic proof. No matter what we say, there is always going to be a market, comprising obviously the lowest common denominator, for such loud, crass and senseless comedies. Hence, there is no point in criticising these films. Instead, it would bode us well to appreciate the few crumbs of entertainment that the film bestows us. As they say, when ravishment is inevitable, lie back and enjoy it. Click here to read more

  • | June 27th, 2012

    DELHI BELLY Movie Reviews

    DELHI BELLY Movie Reviews

    Read what our critics have to say about the much-talked about Aamir Khan Productions’ film
    Three critics from Bollywoodlife review Delhi Belly Click here to read more

  • | September 14th, 2011

    Delhi Belly Movie Review: Thank God for Aamir Khan!

    Delhi Belly Movie Review: Thank God for Aamir Khan!


    Delhi Belly is a fast, pacy ride. This isn’t a film for the squeamish or the easily offended as it contains (covered) erections, (under the covers) cunnilingus and a galaxy of foul language that is used most inventively
    A massive hat tip to Aamir Khan (the producer, not the actor) for having the gumption to produce such diverse fare and make it succeed at the box office, for, back in 2001, a four-hour film about cricket (Lagaan) was a huge financial risk. Similarly, films about dyslexia (Taare Zameen Par), farmer suicides (Peepli Live) and an artsy Mumbai diary (Dhobi Ghat) were all risks, but had punters queuing up at the turnstiles. Marvellously written by Akshat Verma, Delhi Belly is a racy caper laced with colourful and rude language and something that a more conventional producer wouldn’t have dared to touch. Click here to read more

  • | August 5th, 2011

    I AM KALAM Review: The film is a winning proposition

    I AM KALAM Review: The film is a winning proposition

    The film more than makes up for its failings with sheer heart
    Films with children being the protagonists have been releasing thick and fast recently with the over praised Stanley Ka Dabba, the saccharine Chillar Party and the stolen Cycle Kick being recent example. Though severely flawed, Nila Madhan Panda’s debut feature I Am Kalam is a winning addition to the genre. Click here to read more

  • | June 20th, 2011

    A fatal overdose

    A fatal overdose

    Reviews of five average Hindi films that released last week
    The past weekend has been a hard slog for critics, what with five Bollywood films hitting the multiplexes. It can be said that audiences are spoilt for choice, but instead the films leave you spoiling for a fight with the perpetrators. Click here to read more

  • | May 12th, 2011

    Teen Thay Bhai: Losers of epic proportions!

    Teen Thay Bhai: Losers of epic proportions!


    Debutant director Mrigdeep Singh Lamba hopes that hilarity ensues, but the turgid script puts paid to any such notions
    There are three of them, the brothers Gill. Chiksy (Om Puri), Happy (Deepak Dobriyal) and Fancy (Shreyas Talpade) being their monikers in the film Teen Thay Bhai. We’ll let the character names pass without comment. Click here to read more