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    The BFG
    Director: Steven Spielberg
    Cast: Mark Rylance, Ruby Barnhill
    This fantasy film, adapted from Roald Dahl’s 1982 novel of the same name, is about a young orphan girl who finds a new friend in the Big Friendly Giant. Together, the two set out on an adventure of a lifetime. The movie has been praised highly for its animation and cinematography, but fans of the book might still be wary of the adaptation. And as always, Spielberg casts his movie magic again with perfection. It is a
    must-watch for kids and nostalgic adults. —Team Indulge

    Dishoom
    Director: Rohit Dhawan
    Cast: John Abraham, Varun Dhawan, Jacqueline Fernandez
    Coming from the Dhawans, this one’s a mass-entertainer. It starts with the abduction of Indian batsman Viraj Sharma by a Pakistani outfit. Now top cops Kabir Shergill (Abraham), and his assistant Junaid Ansari (Varun) are tasked with saving him. Varun sails through the funny scenes effortlessly. Abraham pulls off the deadpan comedy well. It’s Fernandez’ conwoman act, and the many forgettable cameos that weaken the plot. Nonetheless, it is watchable.—Team Indulge

    Kabali
    Director: Pa. Ranjith
    Cast: Rajinikanth, Radhika Apte, Winston Chao
    Kabali outdid the hysteria that
    invariably kicks in for every Rajinikanth film, with publicity campaigns running across the earth and sky (read Air Asia). While diehard fans will overlook the many cliches that the film is ridden with, for the love of Thalaivar, others are a tad disappointed with young and promising Ranjith’s direction. The story is a gangwar between Kabali (Rajinikanth) and Tony Lee (Chao), who metaphorically represent the clash between Malaysian-Tamils and native Malays. It’s a delight to finally see superstar Rajinikath acting his age (65). Apte does justice to her short role as his wife.

    —Team Indulge 

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