David Dhawan undoes his 90’s masterclass with Judwaa 2

The Cinema Station’s Rating: Sleeper coach journey (1.5/5) Starring: Varun Dhawan, Taapsee Pannu, Jacqueline Fernandez, Rajpal Yadav, Anupam Kher, Ali Asgar, Vivan Bhatena Director: David Dhawan Glossy star cast, jazzy music, David Dhawan's comedy and nostalgia of the 90's were supposed to be the headlines of Judwaa 2. Honestly, the trailer did not hand us anything promising except... Continue Reading →

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Shraddha Kapoor’s prosthetics and poker face are the only convincing thing in Haseena Parkar

The Cinema Station’s Rating: Sleeper Chaircar journey (1.5/5) Starring: Shraddha Kapoor, Siddhanth Kapoor, Sunil Upadhyay, Ankur Bhatia Director: Apoorva Lakhia The gangster genre has been the in thing for quite some time with Bollywood. With Arun Gawli's biopic, Daddy hitting theatres earlier this month, Bollywood's underworld characters have been quite in the limelight. While Daddy was a one-man show driven... Continue Reading →

The Farhan Akhtar lead Lucknow Central is another feather in Bollywood’s real life adaptations

The Cinema Station’s Rating: Second AC Chaircar journey (3.5/5) Starring: Farhan Akhtar, Gippy Grewal, Diana Penty, Deepak Dobriyal, Rajesh Sharma, Inamulhaq, Ravi Kishan, Ronit Roy Director: Ranjit Tiwari The story of 5 prisoners who plan a prison escape in the backdrop of a band performance was an idea that needed sheer diligence and character to be carried out.... Continue Reading →

Arjun Rampal’s persona as Arun Gawli is dazzling but unfortunately Daddy does not entirely cash in on it

The Cinema Station’s Rating: Third AC journey (2.75/5) Starring: Arjun Rampal, Aishwarya Rajesh, Rajesh Shringarpure, Anand Ingale, Nishikant Kamat Director: Ashim Ahluwalia The Indian film industry, over the years, has continued to shed light upon some of the darkest, most notorious and petrifying characters of the Indian mafia. Whether it be the flamboyant and charismatic Sultan Mirza... Continue Reading →

A Gentleman fails to build around an impressing plot and a flurry of shiny actors

The Cinema Station's Rating: Sleeper class journey (2.0/5) The only thing common between Go Goa Gone, 99, Shor In The City, Happy Ending and A Gentleman: Sundar, Susheel, Risky is their formidably talented directing team of Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K. Well, to be honest even I was not aware of the fact and after learning... Continue Reading →

It catches your attention for some time but elsewise Babumoshai Bandookbaaz is a misfired bullet

The Cinema Station's Rating: Sleeper Class Journey (2.0/5) Gangsters from the rural section of the country, political killings and dark characters are all tried and tested themes in Bollywood. Babumoshai Bandookbaaz experiments a genre that's been Bollywood's baby off late but despite a few interesting scenes and well-carved characters, the Nawzuddin starrer has very less to offer.... Continue Reading →

Bareilly Ki Barfi is the perfect sweet to be tried this week

The Cinema Station's Rating: First AC Journey (4/5) The atmosphere of a small town, bold, mushy and bubbly characters, a delightful screenplay, well tied up plot points supported by meaningful subplots and a perfect music mix present a rather strong case in support of Bareilly Ki Barfi. Though another love story with a very ordinary... Continue Reading →

Toilet:Ek Prem Katha: delivers its message but as a film, its just another in the lot

The Cinema Station's Rating: Ordinary Non AC chair car journey Starting with Baby in 2015, Akshay Kumar's spirit of patriotism and urge to end the social taboos within the Indian society has been quite evident in his films. Within 2017 itself, he attacked fake encounters and power abuse with Jolly LLB 2 and now with Toilet,... Continue Reading →

Indu Sarkar is one of its kind and deserves to be watched despite its flaws

The Cinema Station's Rating: Third AC Journey (3/5) After being away from the theatres for almost 2 weeks I needed something strong to lure me back to my Mecca. First of all, kudos to the Supreme Court for getting a highly debated film like Indu Sarkar out in the open. The film marks the return of... Continue Reading →

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