Film: Airlift Director: Raja Krishnan Menon Cast: Akshay Kumar, Nimrat Kaur and Purab Kohli Rating: 4 out of 5 War is never pretty, with civilians being the biggest casualty, and director Raja Krishna Menon puts it across engagingly in Airlift. It’s a tale of 170,000 Indian expatriates caught in the Iraq-Kuwait conflict in 1990 and their struggle to safety. Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar plays the suave and shrewd business tycoon
Cast: Salman Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Randeep Hooda, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Saurabh Shukla, Sanjay Mishra Director: Sajid Nadiadwala Rating – 3/5 Salman comes in and devotes that extra effort, which would certainly overshadow his earlier flicks and necessarily his this year’s Rs 125 cr earner flop Jai Ho. By watching this 2 hours 25 minutes masala entertainer, we can say that Salman Khan is meant for those roles that require him to enjoy his character.
According to the latest Indian media reports Anthony D’Souza’s Boss raked in over 31 crores in just three days of its release. The film is being considered as one of Akshay Kumar’s biggest openers. The film which hit the screens on the auspicious occasion of Eid reportedly grossed over 15 crores on Wednesday, 8.15 crores on Thursday and over 8.5 crores on Friday, amassing a total of over 31 crores
Cast: Shahrukh Khan, Deepika Padukone Director: Rohit Shetty Rating – 3.5 /5 Chennai Express is a very rare combination of Comedy with action that too Rohit Shetty ishtyle. It’s a story of a 40 year old guy Rahul(SRK) and Meenamma(Deepika padukone) who speaks hindi in Tamil tone, which is quite funny. Rahul is just a typical north Indian guy who has to go to Rameshewaram and he gets to meets Deepika Padukone in the
Cast: Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Khemu, Vir Das, Puja Gupta and Anand Tiwari. Director: Raj Nidimoru, Krishna D.K. Rating – 3.5/5 What’s Good: The film’s smart paced rhythm and sleek performances that have you rolling with laughter. What’s Bad: The last 20 minutes of the film gets repetitive and drags on failing to evoke the maddening laughter it manages to sustain all through. Horror and humour are two diverse genres and Bollywood has often confused one with the other,
Shootout At Wadala Cast: John Abraham, Anil Kapoor, Manoj Bajpai, Kangna Ranaut, Tusshar Kapoor, Sonu Sood, Jackie Shroff, Ronit Roy Direction: Sanjay Gupta Timing – 155 minutes Rating: 3/5 Guns, gore and blasts. Toss the item bombs into the mix and you have the good old seeti bajaao stuff going. Shootout At Wadala (SAW) marking the return of director Sanjay Gupta does not reveal much ambition beyond pleasuring the larger audience