Rock On 2 rocks only sporadically
Ki And Ka reinforces the gender stereotypes it wanted to break
Roy's moments of silence is its saving grace.
The film needed much more tevar in order to pass muster
Watching Finding Fanny is like spending a night in a shack on a beach in Goa, drinking your poison and sharing mad jokes with friends all night
Alia and Arjun are endearing but not entirely convincing
Gunday is like the dusty minefields it is set in. Its loud explosions deliver loads of coal, but no trace of any diamonds. It is certainly not the ideal date film on this Valentine’s Day weekend.
Satyagraha has a clutch of fine performances but it never comes close to clicking into top gear. It leaves you more disappointed than angry.
D-Day is a well-researched, purposefully executed film.
Aurangzeb has an epic sweep to its storytelling. But it's also an intimate portrait of family values gone to waste.