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Baby

Review :- A top-secret counter-espionage team ‘Baby’ is born after 26/11. Its officers, led by Ajay Singh (Akshay), have no official records or responsibilities – except to thwart terror attacks. If caught, the government maintains ‘plausible deniability’ about them. But meanwhile, the trial-basis unit battles threats from Pakistan, within India and multiple global locations. Can ‘Baby’ bite the bad guys ...

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Kill Dil

Review :- Shaad Ali’s Kill Dil is inspired by countless Hollywood movies that showcase the protagonists romancing the gun. Here too, the two heroes Dev (Ranveer Singh) and Tutu (Ali Zafar) are orphans who are raised by a local Delhi don, Bhaiyyaji (Govinda). Brought up against the backdrop of bullets instead of lullabies, the chaddi-buddies drop out of primary school ...

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Desi Kattey

Review :- This one rips into the heart of the hinterland once again – with homegrown bullets, gundas and of course, other desi toppings (read: item number!). Simply put, it’s a convoluted tale of two friends looking down from different sides of the same smoking barrel. Two orphan boys Pali (Akhil) and Gyaani (Jay) grow up making desi guns for ...

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Singham Returns

Review :-  Shiver me timbers. The Singham is back. This time louder, wilder and more a man-eater. With his lioness in tow. For a roar in stereo. Yes, the ‘hard-hitting’ combo of Devgn-Shetty is back with more purr for the puss. With sculpted muscles and sinews that scream ‘studly’. And the man with ultimate dum, fakth Bajirao Singham. The plot ...

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Holiday – A Soldier Is Never Off Duty

Review :- Gagged men tumble out of his closet. Tied up terrorists and ‘sleeper cells’ too. Hell’s bells, they’re far from ‘sleeping beauties’. But then they have to make our brave-heart Virat Bakshi (Akshay) look good. And he sure does. In his camouflage suits and his neon bermudas. Whether he’s on a secret mission (as Defence Intelligence Agent), or romancing ...

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Heropanti

Review :- So, Heropanti is like DDLJ – wearing knuckle-dusters. The action is in ‘Jat-land’ where rural lord Choudhary Suraj Singh (Raj) is celebrating the arranged marriage of his daughter Renu (Dhar). The wedding’s high Haryanvi style, all celebratory bullets and booze, chowmein eaten with dhai-kilo hands and relatives including an encounter specialist cop, a land shark badmaash and king ...

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Angry Young Man

Review :- Years after his righteous parents were brutally murdered by a mobster for opposing his illegal activities, Arjun (Ajay Sinh Rathod) enters the Mumbai underworld to seek revenge. He becomes a hitman for a local gang leader in order to settle old scores with his real enemy. When he doesn’t indulge in slow-mo fist-fights with the bad guys, he ...

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Dishkiyaoon

Review :- Viki Kartoos (Harman Baweja) is a scarred child. He has lost his mother early in life and leads a loveless existence. His father, Rajit Kapur, advocates the ways of the Mahatma—asking his son to show his other cheek to some fat school bully who smacks him day in and day out. Beyond that, daddy dearest has no time ...

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Jai Ho

Review :- There is nothing ordinary about this aam aadmi. He rips, roars and ravages the raavans with a single blow – like a Stallone on steroids. Jai (Salman) is an ex-Army officer, who runs a garage part-time and plays incredibly good (looking) Samaritan fulltime, beating up baddies to bloody pulp with anything from hockey sticks, chains, scaffolding and even ...

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Dhoom 3

Review :- Straight up, Dhoom 3 makes you laugh, gasp – even sniffle. The most emotional of the Dhoom series yet, this is Aamir Khan’s show all the way. As revengeful circus star Sahir, whose father Iqbal (Shroff) dies after losing his beloved Great Indian Circus to a stony-hearted Chicago bank, Khan is terrific. The Dhoom series usually showcases brawn ...

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