Explosive yes, there's immense amount of shattered glass in practically every action scene. But SRK fails to deliver the action, looking unbelievable. And for all you RA.One haters, SRK does a G.One here as well, with Priyanka instead of Kareena.
X-Men: First Class is a nicely done, industrial strength, summer popcorn movie. I strongly recommend that you check it out.
But sadly there is too little of this and too much of strained emotions and limp laughs. I’m going with two and a half stars.
Slowly but surely Shaitan loses steam, becomes repetitive and ends in a whimper. Which is a shame because Nambiar has talent to burn. I’m going with three stars.
"I believe the fraternity's biggest endeavour is to save it to fight for it and to make sure it's exercised in every possible way," Karan Johar told NDTV
"My left door was jammed so I could not open it so I had to get out from the driver's side," said Salman Khan
Recently, Anushka told NDTV's Barkha Dutt that it was 'primitive' to hold her responsible for Virat's performance on the pitch
The population of tigers has increased from 1411 to 2226 in the last two years
In a conversation with NDTV, Chaitanya Tamhane, director of the National Award-winning film Court, says that his film has been appreciated by the Chief Justice of the Mumbai High Court and by 20 other judges. However, he's still certain that lawsuits will come his way once people watch the film.
Watch out for the Filmmaker Vidhu Vinod Chopra as he speaks to NDTV's Puja Talwar about his Broken Horses journey. Set in the shadows of the US-Mexico border gang wars, Broken Horses is an epic thriller about the bonds of brotherhood, the laws of loyalty and the futility of violence. Also on the show we speak to Bipasha Basu, who has been in the industry for 15 years.
From beef ban to Bollywood, actor Rishi Kapoor has an opinion on everything. He is the newsmaker on The Buck Stops Here. He tells NDTV that he is a proud Hindu who is questioning the hypocrisy of beef ban in Maharashtra and that no one can bully him or stop him from speaking his mind. On the controversy over screening of Marathi films in multiplexes, he agrees with Maharashtra government's stand saying it's time Marathi cinema is given its rightful place.
Actor Paresh Rawal's recent religious satire film Dharam Sankat Mein failed to impress the critics. NDTV reviewer said that the film "could have been wonderful grist to a sly social satire." The film was given one-and-a-half stars rating.
Actress Deepika Padukone spoke to NDTV's Barkha Dutta about her experience with depression and anxiety. Here are 10 quotes from the interview.
Deepika's Jawaani, Ranbir's Deewani and one Queen to rule them all
Ranbir's Badtameez Dil beats for Deepika
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan entertained the audience by pulling off some fancy moves with veteran actors at the NDTV Solution Summit on December 14.