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Not all the caffeine can keep you engaged in this trite tale of clichés and dialogues so tired in their telling and boring in narrative.
As scheduled, the bench heard writ pleas pertaining to the privatisation of the TSRTC and also a challenge to certain tenders on certain specified routes
For a good part of the film you sure have the feel that you have been through it all
The two-hour attempted comedy is tedious, long and surely predictable. Also preachy.
The presence of Raj Kummar Rao ensures a certain sensitivity quotient. Invariably there is something to take home about in most of his films.
Akshay Kumar, Ritesh and Chunkey Pandey remain with the franchise. The rest have either lost steam or for obvious reasons fight shy of the script.
Director: Manoj Tiwari Cast: Bhavesh Kumar, Jyothi Yadav, Jimmy Shergil, Kumud Mishra
Farhan Akhtar knows his cinema very well. The Baag Milkha Baag national award winner plays his role to perfection.
Director: Sidharth Anand Cast: Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff, Ashutosh Rana and Vaani Kapoor
Film: The Zoya Factor;
Director: Abhishek Sharma;
Cast: Dulquer Salman, Angad Bedi, Sonam Kapoor, Sikander Kher, Sanjay Kapoor
The fault surely is in the approach and even over more insulting is the assessment of viewer IQ aggregate
It is a script that mildly touches but fails to caress. It is a cinema makersview of hostel life and college campus stances that is more from imagination than from a real college scenario.
An engrossing film, drama, heroics, emotional trajectories do creep in, for after all the film is not a documentary from ISRO but a feature salute to the ISRO achievement
The directorial version starts with the protagonist Sanjay Kumar (a brooding John Abraham) being unwilling to sort out marital issues with wife Nandita (Mrunal Thakur)
Irrelevance and drab one liners rule the day. It is difficult to believe that you have paid for a A grade film ticket.
Sonakshi in a role that could have got her back into the reckoning of box office numbers, fumbles and flutters with an achingly loud seeming Punjabi accent
The laborious attempt to raise a few guffaws is contrived to a fault and not a fowl full of feathers could tickle you to laughter.
Hussain Dalal makes best use of his screen space. The heroine as is only expected is a specialist in the kind of roles about which a character in the film
The film dredges and drudges its confused task of filling valour in a guy who loses and paints a pale colour on another who ends up being an ideological turncoat.
The Bertie Wooster knack to get into trouble is inherited by Varun (Omkar Kapoor) and his buddy Karan (Sunny Singh) - two unemployed guys in Mauritius