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There’s a sense of explosiveness that boils up beneath all that’s going on in Shlok Sharma’s Haraamkhor. Like every little secret love affair, Haraamkhor lies right on the boundary of moral transgression and universal hate. However, Shlok Sharma’s incredible sense of covering the boundaries whilst questioning love, loneliness, and vulnerability evokes subtle greatness that his little film boldly puts on its shoulder like a cape made of wretched cloth pieces.
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Dear Zindagi

In the last 5 years, Hindi film industry has produced some really great films which were groundbreaking in their own ways. We had films like Delhi Belly, Gangs of Wasseypur, …
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The 15 Best Indian Films of 2016: How many have you seen ?
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In the end, Karan Johar’s much-hyped film about unrequited love comes off as a basketful of artificial fruits that looks delicious but is, unfortunately, inedible. Nonetheless, it is the most Joharistic film since Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, a crucial chapter in ‘Dharma’s Guide to Love and Friendship’ that also serves as a love letter to retro Bollywood.
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Baar Baar Dekho is a confused film. It tries so hard to be smart, savvy and good looking. But not a single aspect of the film lights up emotions or sends tragic signals down your veins. It’s About Time Bollywood realized that A Time Traveller’s Wife should never be Katrina Kaif. It has become so mundane and incredibly sad to see her speak, dance and even show us some mighty curves. But it’s not just Kaif’s fault here. Nitya Mehra’s film that’s about a ‘mathematician’ trapped in a ‘time-lapse’ which doesn’t follow any laws governed by either. It neither works on logic nor does it wants to. If only the director paid more attention to the plot and not the prosthetic hair, makeup and the VFX for the year 2034, this would have been at least watchable. But then again, that’s just me being overly hopeful for something that wouldn’t happen.
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I enjoyed Rustom. Despite what the title of this article suggests or whatever idea you get in the end of it, I am making it clear that I liked watching it and not at all regretted the two and half hour long experience (totally unrelated, but I do regret the Mohenjo Daro experience, which I braved before Rustom by the way). But Rustom is not a good film. It is overly long, has a flawed script and seems either over-smart or terribly stupid every now and then.
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