Poetry, mature dialogues, and humour – all come together in a combination which is difficult to bring together.
Overall, the film is a thumbs up and definitely deserves a watch!
Shouldn’t we be trying to make films with a conscience?
The second instalment of the super-hit Marvel Comics franchise is a notch better than its predecessor. Not only have the characters grown, but the storyline is also bolder.
RJ Aditi reviews Bhoothnath Returns, starring Amitabh Bachchan, Parth Bhalerao, Kurush Deboo and Boman Irani; directed by Nitesh Tiwari.
It won’t be exaggeration to say that first time director Syed Ahmed Afzal has managed to pull off a brilliant movie, doing full justice to the awesome and the unique theme that the film possesses.
RJ Harshil & RJ Aditi review Sunny Leone starrer Ragini MMS 2. When you don’t know if you should go to your mom out of fear, or hold your girlfriend out of excitement, it is for sure that you are watching a horrex film: a film that claims to be a horror film with a lot…
RJ Aditi with RJ Harshil review the Ayushman and Sonal starrer Bewakoofiyan, an ordinary film that you should not waste your time on. First up: If Ayushman Khurana continues doing only such Delhi-boy roles, he is sure on its way to become dull, boring and sad. The film Bewakoofiyan starts well enough to raise the audience’s hopes…
Amidst the controversy that has stayed the release of Madhuri Dixit starrer Gulab Gang, we bring you it’s lightning review by RJ Aditi! The film is based in a village named Madhapur, which is battling serious issues like lack of electricity, shortage of water and female persecution, and its lone standing vigilante, Rajjo, aka Madhuri…