Naam Shabana Movie Review: Granted that Naam Shabana takes a risk by building an action-packed tale around a woman. But the film is forced to hedge its bets by letting the Akshay Kumar cameo get bigger than cameos are usually meant to be
Jolly LLB 2 Movie Review: Akshay Kumar's film does well not to take itself too seriously. Scintillating? No. Enjoyable? Absolutely
Strangely bland but largely inoffensive
Singh is Bliing goes all out to redefine cinematic trash
For all the hoopla, Brothers, in going for the jugular, punches well below its weight.
Baby is a tricky film in more ways than one.
The trouble with The Shaukeens is that both the characters and the film as a whole hit all the wrong buttons in a bid to generate mirth
The only bright spot in the film is Akshay's principal co-actor, Junior the Wonder Dog, a handsome, smooth-coated Golden Retriever.
Marred by confused execution, the film makes more noise than sense.
Holiday lacks the sustained intensity and urgency of an edge-of-the-seat spy thriller.
The humour is cringingly coarse, the stunts are completely over the top and the emotions never ring true.
A gangster drama masquerading as a violent love story, this is Akshay's film all the way.