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Pawan Kalyan energises the whistle filling opportunities in the script.
'Sulthan' is just 157 minutes of loud melodrama, nonstop violence and unimpressive performances
A review of the new Netflix series DOTA: Dragon’s Blood, a game that draws from the world of warcraft
Nagarjuna’s Wild Dog pushes the straight jacket perception of scheming terrorists and brave heart policemen
The biopic film starts with a good note but however doesn't manage to keep the spirits hight by the end of the film
Nithiin and Keerthy Suresh give their best to make Rang De a watchable movie
The John Abraham and Emraan Hashmi-starrer Mumbai Saga doesn’t live up to audiences’ expectations
The film begins with oka oopu oopeddam and unfortunately for the viewers there is not much oopu in the film
Set in a village backdrop, the movie has all necessary ingredients to attract audiences
‘A1 Express’ deals with the hero’s attempts to outsmart the evil combo of the corporates and the political big wigs
Sita On The Road is an emotional journey of five women who are set out to reinvent themselves
Parineeti Chopra proves she deserves more at the box office with her latest release
The Nithiin-starrer revolves around terrorism, chess and mind games
Ninnila Ninnila, starring Ashok Selvan and Ritu Varma in the lead roles tackles mental health issues in a light-hearted yet impressive manner
The Malayalam sequel which was released on Friday on Amazon Prime Video, tells the story how Georgekutty's family prepare amidst growing suspicion of police investigation.
The Jagapathi Babu starrer FCUK fails to impress for multiple reasons
The problems with FAUG are fundamental, even the AI is infantile and the only idea of difficulty here is a higher number of clones.
The zombie genre, perhaps a new subject that not many have explored in Telugu cinema.
The popularity of Jamie’s Pizzeria’ in the city hinges on its fresh ingredients and simplistic menu
Madhavan-starrer Maara is all about a curious girl’s search for the elusive Messiah