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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Jab Harry Met Sejal might work for Europe Tourism but definitely not for me

The Cinema Station's Rating: Sleeper class Journey (1.5/5) When we talk Imtiaz Ali, we mean romance, breathtaking locations, filling songs, impressive characters, real heart felt conflicts, the chilling desi swagger and lots of Indian culture exhibit roped together by a soothing script for which your heart can feel. I know it's a lot, but Imtiaz... Continue Reading →

Jagga Jasoos left me spellbound

The Cinema Station's Rating: A refreshing concept, art direction to its best, songs that are good and don't feel unnecessary and a story that makes you feel for it are just some of the traits of this exemplary ride. I went in with high expectations, and not even for a moment did Anurag Basu or... Continue Reading →

It does not take much time to fall in love with this Sassy and Badass Bandookbaaz

We loved it in Gangs of Wasseypur, then again in Raman Raghav, and now, once again he dons the same impulsive and rash gangster avtaar in Babumoshai Bandookbaaz. It should not take much time to fall in love with the character of Nawazuddin who pretty much, runs the entire 3-minute trailer and owns his space as the... Continue Reading →

Sunil Shetty’s comeback is my cheering point in A Gentleman’s trailer

Glossy stars, loud action, good to go comedy, a love story with an overdose of music and a few intimate scenes is turning to be the defining points of commercial cinema in Bollywood. With an impactful packed trailer releasing a few hours back, A Gentleman: Sundar Susheel Risky looks to be another dhoom dhadaam film in 2017.... Continue Reading →

The Big Sick is both: Bold and Beautiful

The Cinema Station's Rating: A first AC journey (4.5/5) Growing up as a Bollywood audience I have been quite well equipped to enjoy love stories and family dramas. The Big Sick portrays an aspiring Pakistani comedian, Kumail Nanjiani, subdued by the grass rooted culture and beliefs of a conservative Pakistani family, falling in love with an American,... Continue Reading →

Sridevi’s grace magnifies the emotional dilemmas Mom presents

The Cinema Station's Rating: Third AC Journey (3.5/5) Well packed suspense, sincerely-etched characters and brilliantly presented emotional conflicts sum up Sridevi's comeback film, Mom. One great thing about Mom is that it lives up to the hype created by its trailer. The film revolves around the crippled relationship of Sridevi and her stepdaughter Sajal Ali... Continue Reading →

Tubelight lacks the starter and certainly chokes

The Cinema Station's Rating: Sleeper Class Journey(2/5) When Kabir Khan said that Salman's acting is a step ahead in Tubelight, I actually raised the bar and was certainly wrong to do that. In a film that unlike most others sticks to its theme and focusses on doing its job, Salman Khan looks to be the most... Continue Reading →

Mubarakan looks to be the regular Bollywood humdrum

Our film industry never fails to give the regular comedy drama cocktail. To be honest, if you are the regular Bollywood buff, you might actually end up enjoying Mubarakan, but the film looks to be a collection of the most well-exploited Bollywood cliches. What looks to be an adaptation of Salman Khan's Judwa, Mubarakan puts before you a... Continue Reading →

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