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A gem of a film with a sparkling turn by Vidya Balan.
A blunder on almost every count that’s occasionally watchable and pretty to look at, but sadly, very little else.
Forgettable, but an entirely entertaining one time watch.
Taika Waititi goes almost entirely for laughs, kicks and wit and by and large succeeds in creating a cheerful romp that expectedly looks dazzling and is as fun as it looks.
An eminently likeable feature film, with a well crafted story that's peppered with wit and depth and one that will inevitably appeal to a universal audience.
Undoubtedly regal and unquestionably Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Padmavati, inevitably, has Bajirao Mastani 2.0 feels to it, but it still looks sparkly and spectacular.
The first look trailer for this remake of the Yash Chopra whodunit from nearly fifty years ago looks promising and may surprise given it’s off beat topic and genre.
‘Logic nahin… Sirf tragic’. That’s what the tagline for Golmaal Again ought to have been.
Looks less a sequel and more a remake, that looks fun but completely lacking in originality.
Female acting talent will always find a way to shine through – Presenting columnist Brooke's picks for the best female performances of 2016.
The leading Bollywood men who set standards, knocked it out of the park and wowed us with their acts in 2016.
In the second part of our best films list, columnist Sal, lists his favourite films of 2016.
Columnist Brooke, lists her favourite films of 2016.
The very first of our countdowns – A recap of Zee's highs and lows at the movies in 2016!
Despite its ridiculous and often offensive content, Varun makes 2.0 almost palpable.
A lot better than expected, perfectly balancing wit, character, freshness and scale, without re-inventing the wheel too much. Welcome back home Spider-Man.
I love Chopra but this is less a comedy, more a calamity.
BollyBrit® chats exclusively to handsome man of the moment, John Abraham, for his film Rocky Handsome. Listen to his views on working with a child artists, censorship and more, right here!
Sonam Kapoor chats to BollyBrit® and gets candid on how difficult it was to be a part of the harrowing true story of national heroine, Neerja Bhanot. Includes interview, videos, stills and more!
Aftab chats to us on his upcoming Super KOOL laugh riot.
Tusshar Kapoor gets kandid on things kool, kontroversial and everything in between.
On his 42nd birthday, our biggest wish for Hrithik Roshan is that someone finally taps into his potential as an actor.
BollyBrit's Zee wishes veteran Anil Kapoor on his birthday, and tells us why he's still one of her favourites!
"The younger she looks, the older you look..." – Our guest writer Brooke gets candid on the very real problem of ageism in Bollywood – and hits home quite a few pertinent points!
The hits, pits and great white hopes of 2015: Guest columnist Sal muses on the films in the months gone by and what's in store for us at the fag end of what's undoubtedly been an eventful year!
A sneak peek into the heady romance, Ok Jaanu, and why leading lady Shraddha feels its a relevant film.
DON'T MISS LOL satire Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive in cinemas worldwide this weekend!