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Setters Review
Setters Review: A choppy crime-comedy that fails on most fronts

Dull performances slow down Ashwini Chaudhary's film on the cheating mafia 

03 May 2019

Blank Review: A childish techno-thriller far behind its time

 Debutant Karan Kapadia and Sunny Deol can't keep afloat this juvenile anti-terror flick 

03 May 2019

Kalank Review: An ambitiously mounted, overstretched romance 

Set in 1945, Abhishek Varman’s film is ambitiously mounted, but suffers some usual injuries

17 Apr 2019

Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyun Aata Hai Review: Rages against nothing

This remake of the Saeed Mirza classic is blind to the world and itself 

13 Apr 2019

The Tashkent Files review: A tacky thriller that feels longer than the Cold War

This political whodunnit crams quotes, citations, claims, and counterclaims in one exhausting headspin of a movie

12 Apr 2019

 Romeo Akbar Walter Review: A sluggish spy thriller without smarts or pulse

Purportedly based on a real man, RAW is singular in its ambition of making the most of patriot season 

05 Apr 2019

Gone Kesh Review
Gone Kesh Review: A simple slice-of-life story, sweetly sold by Shweta Tripathi

In Gone Kesh, debutant Qasim Khallow keeps his filmmaking straightforward, with no urgency to impress; the asides are sweet and the performances likable

29 Mar 2019

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Junglee Review: Elephants and Vidyut Jammwal’s stunts salvage this safari

While the actor does stand tall amidst some patchy writing, and even patchier staging, Junglee receives more than just a shot in the arm with the presence of the innumerable elephants

29 Mar 2019

Notebook Review: Bad writing sinks this passable romance 

Despite cinematographer Manoj Kumar Khatoi painting some pretty frames, the film remains empty

29 Mar 2019

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Result
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