Director: Vishal Bhardwaj
Cast: Shahid Kapoor, Tabu, Kay Kay Menon, Irrfan Khan, Shraddha Kapoor
Vishal Bhardwaj’s Haider, based on William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, goes beyond clichés on Kashmir. Bhardwaj is renowned for taking the bard’s plays and weaving them into different cultural milieus. The director has also brought out the best in Shahid Kapoor in this film. Shraddha as a journalist is fresh, but unexciting.
— Team Indulge
Director: Siddharth Anand
Cast: Hrithik Roshan, Katrina Kaif
What happens when Nanda (Roshan), a stylish thief, takes up the challenge of stealing the Kohinoor diamond from London? That’s the story of Bang Bang. The plot is stodgy, Kaif has been given no scope for acting and whenever things get too tedious on screen, Roshan takes off his shirt. Abbas Tyrewala’s dialogues fail to hit the mark. The only plus point of the
film: its foot-tapping music.
Cast: Vishnu, Sri Divya
Blending the elements of romance and sports (cricket) beautifully, Suseenthiran weaves an engaging tale around the journey of a youngster as he fights against various odds
to achieve his goal. It has an uncomplicated screenplay, a simple narrative style, and characters and incidents one can relate to. Vishnu’s splendid take on his character is a key strength of the film. It’s a sweet , simple, heartwarming tale of hope and positivity.