Abhay Chopra's remake of his great-uncle Yash's classic is a fresh take on thrillers the way Bollywood makes them.
May contain a pun-based spoiler. Rahul Dholakia's fifth feature film is his most commercial project till date. Set in the city of Fatehpura in Gujarat in the 80s and 90s, it is a Shah Rukh Khan vehicle all the way, though it does have other strong performances. Raees works for a bootlegger called Jairaj since... Continue Reading →
Ae Dil is classic Johar. Exotic locations, good-looking actors, decently-written characters, great music, but clumsy story. Ayan's love for Alizeh is something I couldn't comprehend. Why? Why is this guy in love with this overly-bubbly, yet likeable girl? His motive is not in the picture. Alizeh sticks to her guns throughout the film, making her the... Continue Reading →
I am a huge admirer (he dislikes the word 'fan') of Shah Rukh Khan. There are some who will definitely disagree with me on this one but most of Shah Rukh's films since My Name Is Khan have not been showcased his acting prowess. Of his last six films, I enjoyed only Don 2, mainly because it had a... Continue Reading →