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Shah Jahan Regency movie review: Pretentious, vague and pointless

Srijit Mukherji directorial Shah Jahan Regency, starring Abir Chatterjee, Parambrata Chatterjee, Anjan Dutt, Rituparna Sengupta, Swastika Mukherjee, stands for everything that is wrong with Tollywood.

Replicas movie review: An ambitious misfire

Replicas movie review: Director Jeffrey Nachmanoff squanders most of his time filming some futuristic science that has Keanu Reeves moving his hands about a lot as a virtual map of presumably a brain pops up when he wears a headgear.

Glass movie review: A convoluted superhero film

Glass movie review: Glass seeks to bring Unbreakable and Split together, in a not-too-convincing whole, with James McAvoy's Kevin now presented as a superhero of another kind.

Mikhael movie review: This Nivin Pauly film will give you a migraine

Mikhael movie review: Nivin Pauly tries very hard to fit into the image of an 'angry young man.' He did a way better job of playing a tough guy in Alphonse Putharen's Premam.

Soni movie review: Watch it for Vidya Ohlyan and Saloni Batra

Soni movie review: Ivan Ayr’s debut feature stands out by making its lead protagonists women who lead by example. Both Geetika Vidya Ohlyan and Saloni Batra are very good, inhabiting their characters and filling them with real flavour.

Why Cheat India movie review: Disjointed and disappointing

Cheat India movie review: The material is slender and too stretched over two hours, as it goes from engineering-medicine into management, the holy grail.

Bombairiya movie review: A tiresome watch

Bombairiya movie review: This may have started out as A One Day When Bizarre Things Happen and People Collide kind of flick. It ends up as a tiresome exercise in Who What Where When Why, with a Someone Please Tell Me Going On Here writ large on our faces.

706 movie review: A drab whodunnit

706 movie review: You begin watching this in the hope that the two seasoned lead actors will give us something. But both Atul Kulkarni and Divya Dutta are left to fend for themselves

Vinaya Vidheya Rama movie review: We didn’t need this Ram Charan starrer

Vinaya Vidheya Rama movie review: Ram Charan starrer Vinaya Vidheya Rama is like watching a Balakrishna action film on steroids.

Second Act movie review: A wasted effort

Second Act review: There is a surprising, if improbable, twist here that could have added a zing to this predictable tale. Instead, in the equanimous world of Second Act, this is spectacularly wasted.

The Accidental Prime Minister movie review: A shoddy propaganda film

The Accidental Prime Minister review: Anupam Kher's The Accidental Prime Minister is an out-an-out propaganda film, created for the specific purpose of making the former prime minister look like a weak, spineless man, a puppet whose strings were controlled by The Family.

Petta review: More celebration, less film

Petta movie review: What is important is that the filmmaker has written a screenplay that does justice to the Superstar’s stature (which wasn’t the case with Kabali and Kaala), while catering to his loyal fan base.