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Missing movie review: Tabu and Manoj Bajpayee’s film shines in parts but is letdown by amateurish writing

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Missing keeps you hooked but it is largely due to the camerawork, crisp editing and Tabu and Annu Kapoor’s performance. The film is let down by bad dialogues. While Mukul has succeeded in building some truly suspenseful scenes, the film loses steam in the last 15 minutes. At the climax, you know what to expect but the treatment isn’t bad. It leaves you unsatisfied thinking it could be have been a lot better.

Rating: 1.5 out of 5
Suspense thrillers are rare in Bollywood, so every time we see a promising trailer lovers of the genre like me flock to the theatres. Missing is a thriller about the disappearance of a little girl in a posh hotel in Mauritius. Does she get reunited with her parents? What is her real story? These are the points the film explores in the form of an investigative thriller. Missing is directed by Mukul Abhyankar and stars Manoj Bajpayee, Tabu and Annu Kapoor in lead roles.
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Blackmail movie review: Irrfan Khan delights in an equally brilliant film that can be the textbook definition of dark comedies

Watching Blackmail is like riding a roller-coaster, you don't know as to what will happen next



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Watching Blackmail is like riding a roller-coaster, you don’t know as to what will happen next but the mere thrill of it is enough to make you hop on. With so much amusement, it is no wonder that you don’t want the ride to end. It would be criminal to miss this one. An absolute must-watch!
We, in Bollywood, make a habit of fusing genres together. The audience is also to be blamed, for they demand these ‘family entertainers.’ But it is all changing. There can’t be a better time for Bollywood filmmakers because the audience is currently in the mood to experiment. They have been exposed to world cinema and quality content, and are not willing to settle down for anything less. Which is why sticking to the genre you are promising your audience seems like a great idea. Irrfan Khan-starrer Blackmail sets out to be a black comedy. The trailer itself gives us an inkling into the story of the film. But is that all that’s in store in this Abhinay Deo film? Let’s find out…
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Beyond The Clouds movie review: Ishaan Khatter’s debut act and Majid Majidi’s unique take on human spirit make it a must watch!

Beyond The Clouds review: Ishaan Khatter couldn't have got a better film debut than this Majid Majidi film.


Majid Majidi has always had a knack of going beyond the obvious and deep diving into the consciousnesses of the human mind. With Beyond The Clouds, starring debutante Ishaan Khatter (Shahid Kapoor’s brother), and Malayalam actress, Malavika Mohanan, he touches upon topics like hope, dreams, second chances and that lust for life, with which all of us are born. It is a gift the filmmaker has and uses to his full potential.


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Beyond the Clouds is a must watch for Ishaan Khatter’s debut act and Majidi’s unique take on the human spirit. It has some beautiful moments that will catch you by surprise. Don’t miss this one!
Rating: 3.5 out of 5
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October movie review: Varun Dhawan’s seasoned act brings alive Shoojit Sircar’s ‘flowery’ vision on screen

Varun is subdued to the point of being unrecognisable in the film. He is a study in innocence.





Right from the first look of the film, October has been an enigma. The trailer, which is usually supposed to offer a glimpse into the film, in this case only serves to further intensify the mystery. We are left pondering as to who is Dan, why is he doing odd jobs and why is Banita bed-ridden, and what transpires between the two. There is just one thing that we are absolutely sure of – a Shoojit Sircar film seldom disappoints. With high hopes and much curiosity, we head to the press screening of October and here’s what we think of the film…


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If you while away your time reading poetries, thinking about soulmates, finding the meaning of your existence in sunsets, comparing life to flowers, and questioning your place in the universe – October will certainly be worth your while.
Rating: 3.5.0 out of 5
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Omerta Movie Review: Hansal Mehta-Rajkummar Rao’s disturbingly haunting story might unnerve you

Rajkummar Rao and Hansal Mehta have again proved that they have an hunger for brave and insightful cinema



How a normal well-educated person suddenly surrenders himself into the hands of radicals is a very interesting study. Hansal Mehta’s Omerta, which is a biopic cum docu-drama on the life of British born terrorist Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh has impressed critics in film festival across India and the world. The film is a brave attempt as it delves into topic without any sugar coating. That in itself is very commendable given the current scenario and our Censor Board.


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Omerta is not a film for the faint-hearted. The jodi of Rajkummar Rao and Hansal Mehta has again proved that they have an hunger for brave and insightful cinema.
Rating: 3 out of 5
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