Overall, it can be said that once you leave the theatre after watching an entertaining and socially relevant film, you’ll have a big smile on your face and great satisfaction in your heart.
Story: Lala Kedarnath, who runs a chaat business that he inherited from his father, is the central character of the Raksha Bandhan movie’s plot. Of four sisters, he is the …
Story: Following a CGI opening sequence reminiscent of Robert Zemeckis’ 1994 film, we are introduced to Laal (Aamir Khan), a charming Sikh man who boards a train with a little …
As Pushpa Raj, Allu Arjun has delivered an outstanding performance. His physique change is flawless. His delivery of language in the Chittoor dialect is amazing.
Spider-Man: No Way Home Review: Tom Holland’s film is a perfect entertainer that will leave you spellbound!
Spiderman: No Way Home has met and beyond the expectations of the audience, and it can be stated that the film is a must-watch.
The 117-minute romantic comedy is packed with comedic punches, making it a lighthearted drama with a serious issue aimed at educating the audience
Hum Do Humare Do Review: Rajkummar Rao-Kriti Sanon’s film is a fun ride, with impressive performances!
Paresh Rawal-Ratna Pathak & Rajkummar Rao-Kriti Sanon’s chemistry will make you believe they are in love, and their humorous timing, which appears to be very spontaneous, will win you over.
The Batman Trailer Review: Robert Pattinson’s ‘Batman’ promises a thrilling and action-packed adventure!
In addition to directing the film, Reeves co-wrote the screenplay with Peter Craig and is producing it alongside Dylan Clark.
Sardar Udham Singh Review: From powerful performances to brilliantly lensed biopic, Vicky Kaushal starrer has it all!
Sardar Udham is an honest film, with Vicky Kaushal giving a heartbreakingly sincere performance.
Watch it for the lead performance and the punches it throws on behalf of all female champions who must fight much harder than their male counterparts to keep their position in the spotlight.
Shiddat Review: Sunny Kaushal-Radhika Madan’s film tries hard but couldn’t get the ‘perfect love story’ category!
Shiddat would have been a better entertainment if the script had been used to its full potential.