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Archives June 2015
SARDAAR JI (Punjabi) - A novel, innovative love triangle that remains fairly enjoyable with a terrific first half and a dynamically entertaining Diljit. (Review By Bobby Sing)
27 Jun,2015 Read More...
MISS TANAKPUR HAAZIR HO - Remains a realistic but not so gripping, below average comical satire, unbelievably based on a true event. (Review By Bobby Sing)
26 Jun,2015 Read More...
ABCD 2 - The routine formula largely works with enough in store for the ones having a dancer's soul, also reminding us of the 'almost lost' Indian tradition of 'Guru Shishya'. (Review By Bobby Sing)
19 Jun,2015 Read More...
JURASSIC WORLD (English) - Its predictable following a set formula, yet well-made and engaging in its second hour providing the expected excitement. (Review By Bobby Sing)
14 Jun,2015 Read More...
HAMARI ADHURI KAHANI - Two intense performances cannot save an otherwise absurd & badly written film. (Review by Bobby Sing)
13 Jun,2015 Read More...
How DIL DHADAKNE DO reminds us of the classic PARTY (1984) and Raj Kapoor. (Articles on Cinema by Bobby Sing)
10 Jun,2015 Read More...
Kundan Shah's fascination with a corpse as prop continues in his P SE PM TAK - (By Bobby Sing)
07 Jun,2015 Read More...
DIL DHADAKNE DO - Ranveer and Anil remain the only two life boats in this big sinking ship. (Review By Bobby Sing)
05 Jun,2015 Read More...
Similar concepts but contrasting results in the recent offerings from Hindi and Punjabi cinema. - An interesting observation by Bobby Sing
02 Jun,2015 Read More...
P SE PM TAK - A supposedly black political satire from the veteran director that shockingly doesn't work even for a minute. (Review By Bobby Sing)
01 Jun,2015 Read More...