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Hindi Movie Reviews
Dum Laga Ke Haisha Review
3.50 rating

Dum Laga Ke Haisha is a simple yet quirky film with a straightforward message - Love comes in all sizes. It provokes thought and discussion, but never compromises on entertainment. This is one inspired piece of filmmaking by director Sharat Katariya that needs to be seen to be believed.
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Badlapur Review
3.50 rating

Badlapur is a breathtaking, thrilling piece of cinema that marks a scintillating return to form for director Sriram Raghavan. Bolstered by brilliant performances from Varun Dhawan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui, the film is a must-watch for both the discerning and the average movie-goers.
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Roy Review
3.20 rating

The film has its fair share of flaws, but that doesn't overshadow its unique concept and ingenious narrative style. Aided by good performances, catchy music and an impressive debut for writer-director Vikramjit Singh, Roy is a great choice for Valentine's Day weekend.
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Shamitabh Review
2.00 rating

Shamitabh is too melodramatic and outlandish for its own good. It boasts of some great acting and a refreshing concept, but is let down by Balki's crummy writing and ham-handed direction.
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Rahasya Review
2.50 rating

Rahasya strives mostly on the shoulders of Kay Kay Menon. A gripping murder mystery that just falls short of being a perfect whodunit. Watch it for a gripping first half and stupendous performance.
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Hawaizaada Review
1.50 rating

Lost in Translation is what best describes Hawaizaada best. What started off as a biopic turns into a sobbing love tale that you wouldn't want to watch. Read up on the scientist instead.
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Khamoshiyan Review
1.50 rating

"Khamoshiyan" makes you shiver. But not in fear. It just makes you shake in embarrassment for all the ghosts and spirits who are so royally snubbed and insulted by such travesties of terror.
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Dolly Ki Doli Review
2.50 rating

Dolly Ki Doli isn't great but isn't all the bad either. The story works mostly for the social satire that it is on the nation's obssession - Marriage. Should you watch the film? Yes, for the idea and some entertaining performances.
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Baby Review
3.20 rating

Neeraj Pandey manages to mold a reasonably smart film within the realms of commercial cinema, putting it firmly in the win column for both him and star Akshay Kumar.
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Crazy Cukkad Family Review
1.50 rating

Sadly, the humour is decidedly more dead in "Crazy Cukkad Family" than the patriarch who just refuses to die. The writing could have done with less lungs and more brains.
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Alone Review
2.00 rating

Alone fails to impress as a horror film but with the product that it is, it may still manage to draw the audience all thanks to Bipasha-Karan's sizzling chemistry and the music which has already captivated its listners.
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Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene Review
1.50 rating

With a sketchy narrative, unimaginative screenplay and apology of performances, Sharaafat Gayi Tel Lene barely has any merits to shout out for a pleasant watch at the theaters.
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I Review
1.50 rating

Director Shankar tries to follow the same path to success that he did with Robot, but fails miserably. Skipping this misfiring magnum opus is the only suitable course of action.
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Tevar Review
2.50 rating

Tevar never really manages to rise above its so-stale-it-smells formula. Bajpayee gives a threatening and towering performance, but he cannot make up for the mediocre music, run-of-the-mill action and a particularly poor last half hour.
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Ugly Review
4.00 rating

Ugly is a priceless little gem of a film that is head-and-shoulders above almost everything that you've seen this year.
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