Expectations are a funny thing when watching a movie. They tend to play a surprisingly significant role in shaping your experience of a film.
Badrinath Ki Dulhania is quite simply a gutsy surprise.
Kaabil is one of those wonderful little surprises that keeps your faith in mainstream movies going.
The term ‘Bollywood remake’ tends to have a bad rep, gives it’s typically associated with more gloss, glamour and melodrama, rather than maintaining substance of the original conte
Befikre is in many ways your quintessential, escapist, larger than life Bollywood love story – set in an exotic foreign location, brimming with song and dance and a bunch of
To put it lightly, I strongly disliked the very idea of Kahaani 2, when it was first announced.
We all had certain hopes and aspirations from Gauri Shinde’s Dear Zindagi, in terms of what we hoped it would be, or else wanted it to be.
Force 2 has everything you would expect from the standard commercial action affair – brimming with overpowering music, various chase sequences, excessive swag, ‘shirtlessness’, and
I recently saw the first Rock On again as a refresher for the sequel, and I’m proud to say it still very-much holds.
What do people mean by ‘a typical Karan Johar love story’? Most people refer to them almost dismissively, as if frowned upon, but personally I’m a sucker for a good Karan Johar fil
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