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    Do Lafzon Ki Kahani
    Director: Kshitij Gulati, Deepak Tijori
    Cast: Randeep Hooda,
    Kajal Aggarwal
    This is Hooda’s first out-and-out romantic film. And, as always, he nails the nuances of his character. The actor dons the role of a part-time boxer in Malaysia, who falls in love with a visually-challenged girl, Jenny (Aggarwal), and goes to great lengths to help her get her eyesight back. But sloppy direction and melodramatic dialogues bury Hooda’s performance. Aggarwal fails to make much of an impact either. Watch it only for Hooda.

    — Team Indulge

    The Nice Guys
    Director: Shane Black
    Cast: Ryan Gosling, Russell Crowe, Matt Bomer
    Holland March (Gosling) is going
    through a rough patch in 1977 Los Angeles. A private investigator, he finds an unlikely ally in Jackson Healy (Crowe) — a hired enforcer, who makes a living by hurting people — after the mysterious disappearance of a young woman. Hilarious and action-packed, there’s a never a dull moment in this one. Relatively new to the genre of comedy, both Gosling and Crowe have done a good job.

    Oru Naal Koothu
    Director: Nelson Venkatesan
    Cast: Dinesh, Nivetha, Mia, Rithwika
    A contemporary take on gender-relationships, the script tracks  the lives of three women from different professions and backgrounds, and the men in their lives. Touching on love and marriage, the director has crafted the situations and characters  with intuitive understanding. Beautifully filmed almost throughout, it’s the climax that is a tad unsatisfactory in an otherwise impressively-narrated tale.

    — Malini Mannath

    — Team Indulge



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