There are some fantastic moments in the film, and sharply written scenes between the characters, too, which in turn, prove to be the highlights of this drama.
Director Ahmed Khan throws in every trick in the book to make ‘Baaghi 3’ an action entertainer.
‘Kaamyaab’ is an ode to Bollywood, the larger-than-life movies and their actors, bizarre wigs, love, drama, friendship passion but most importantly, it is about one’s ability to realise their dreams even when the chips are down.
If you’re simply looking for some inspiration then you could afford to give this one a miss.
What ‘Guns of Banaras’ primarily lacks is a convincing motive for the protagonist to sail through. So, save yourself from this unpleasant ride.
There was an attempt to do something 'hatke' with 'Cookie' but the diegesis is an amalgamation of all other movies in this genre; predictable till the credits roll.
'O Pushpa I Hate Tears' will remind one of yesteryear actor Rajesh Khanna’s famous dialogue which the movie's title is inspired from. But, sans that, there isn't much for the viewers... This Pushpa is passable!
Director Gagan Puri’s ‘Doordarshan’ had an interesting plot at hand and there was so much he could do with it, but he just about scratches the surface.
'Thappad' is a silent slap on our society's age-old belief that — 'shaadi mein sab kuch chalta hain'. But honestly, should it be that way? And that is what we need to start talking about... now!
'Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan' will give small-town parents the much needed nudge, and maybe, in the distant future, they will have the strength to accept their offsprings for who they are.
While the film’s runtime is short, the pace seems exhausting because most of the scenes are concluded abruptly, leaving you waiting for the big reveal.
‘The Hundred Bucks’ cherry-picks an engaging theme, but does not furnish it with panache; not even close.
'Love Aaj Kal' sets off to celebrate complex characters and relationships, with the universal emotion of love at its core. It creates some emotional moments, but doesn’t quite leave you spellbound.
‘Hacked’ feels like an exposé of some sorts at the beginning but gradually, one realises that it is just a half-baked attempt.
The narrative is a tad bit more visually exciting and cinematically engaging in the first half, while the second half is more invested in the love story – which does feel far-fetched, predictable and dated at times.
This comedy flick touches upon various alarming social issues, but fails to render an in-depth analysis on any of them.
The predictability of the plot, a strong sense of directionlessness reeking of the plotline and its overall presentation makes this film a humdrum of an A-rated movie.
Ritam Srivastav has done justice to the movie to a considerable extent but the script lacked originality in ways more than one.
In this film, none of the characters are uni-dimensional, which makes them interesting. 'Malang' begins well with a power-packed action scene, and dives straight into the drama.
At times, ‘Happy Hardy And Heer’ comes across as a series of scenes strung together with a barely-there plot.
The outbreak of Coronavirus Pandemic has brought everything in the nation to a standstill. Bollywood actors are spending quarantine time by indulging in various activities at home. From binge-watching films, reading books, painting to cooking all of them are making the most of this newly freed calendar. In an exclusive ‘I Recommend with ETimes’ video,'Tumbbad' actor Sohum Shah recommends his fans to watch their favourite series, films and also read some good books amid the quarantine time.
Raveena Tandon is an avid social media user. Amid the coronavirus lockdown, the whole country is practising social distancing and have found a way to spend their day at home. From sharing throwback pictures to sharing recipes on social media, celebs are doing their best to keep their fans entertained.
Taking to Twitter, Akshay has started a new initiative #DilSeThankYou to thank the Police, health care worker, vendors, security staff, NGOs, volunteers, and others for their tireless service during the coronavirus pandemic.
Actor Varun Dhawan, who has been spending sleepless nights working hard on whipping himself into shape, has been proving his quarantine workouts are yielding good results.
Sunny Leone is also homebound like all of us and any other Bollywood celebrities due to coronavirus lockdown. But she knows how to entertain her fans even when she's stuck at home. With millions of followers on Instagram itself, Sunny, who is an avid social media user, has been sharing posts regularly.
Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif's cop drama 'Sooryavanshi' which is helmed by Rohit Shetty getting postponed due to the outbreak of coronavirus, Ajay Devgn's period drama 'Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior' has emerged as the biggest blockbuster of the year with Rs 269.70 crore.
Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan's son Taimur Ali Khan is one of the most adored star kids in Bollywood. He enjoys a massive fan following on social media and there are several fan clubs dedicated to his name. Recently, we stumbled upon a cute picture Tim Tim with daddy.
'Race 3' star Saqib Saleem, who turned a year older yesterday, celebrated his birthday with his sister Huma Qureshi at home due to the lockdown.
Moments after Akshay Kumar stared the #DilSeThankYou trend on social media, his ‘Sooryavanshi’ co-star Katrina Kaif joined in and sent out a heartfelt note of thanks to the Mumbai Police.
"For me, fitness is a way of life and not just a routine.Irrespective of my craft, I choose to live a healthy and disciplined lifestyle.
Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone have been quite active on social media amidst the lockdown and have been making headlines with their social media posts.
The original track, penned by Joshi and scored by AR Rahman, featured in Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's 2009 film 'Delhi 6' and was sung by Mohit Chauhan.
Kareena Kapoor Khan has been winning the social media game ever since she marked her debut. From sharing sunkissed selfies to throwback pictures from vacations, she knows how to stay in touch with her fans amid coronavirus lockdown, Recently, she took to her Instagram handle to share a throwback picture from her beach holiday with son Taimur Ali Khan and husband Saif Ali Khan.
The outbreak of Coronavirus Pandemic has brought everything in the city to a standstill. Urging Mumbaikars to stay home, Mumbai Police came up with a unique way to give reasons to the citizens of staying at home amid the lockdown.
Bollywood actress Nafisa Ali has revealed that she has been diagnosed with leucoderma after she noticed white patches on her skin a few months back while she was undergoing chemotherapy. Nafisa is a cancer survivor. Nafisa is currently in Goa and has been impacted by the current lockdown amid coronavirus pandemic.
Ananya Panday is an avid social media user. The actress has been sharing her pictures and videos to give her fans a sneak peek into her quarantined life with her family.
Bollywood veteran Amitabh Bachchan has started distributing 2000 packets of food daily to provide lunch and dinner to the needy across Mumbai amid the COVID-19 pandemic. This gesture in addition to providing monthly ration to one lakh households of daily wage workers associated with the All India Film Employees Confederation.
'Veere Di Wedding' will always be special for Kareena Kapoor Khan as it marked the actress' comeback after she gave birth to her son, Taimur.
Bollywood star Akshay Kumar proved he has a heart of gold when he kickstarted a new initiative on social media to thank the Police, health care worker, vendors, security staff, NGOs, volunteers, and others for their tireless service during the coronavirus pandemic.
Actor Kay Kay Menon says he lacks the skills to promote or market himself, adding that his expertise lies in performing and not promoting.