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.
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Filmmaking is a great adventure. I'm as excited as a kid to be given tickets to fly suddenly to England, South Africa, America, everywhere. I'm still a 13-year-old kid, flying, says Shekhar Kapur. Meet the Hollywood/Bollywood director, who made international period films, such as Elizabeth and The Four Feathers and Indian hits like Mr. India and Bandit Queen. Bohemian in spirit, flirtatious by nature, quick with words, the erudite director charmed the audience off their feet. Watch out for this special interview as he shares his powerful journey with us and pinpoints his source of creativity.
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