articles by Renil Abraham

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Guest Iin London movie review: Paresh Rawal's flailing comic timing can't save this directionless film

Guest Iin London could've been a nice, bubble-gum romance, but for Paresh Rawal's pointless comedy and the lack of a cohesive story-line.

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MOM review: Sridevi, Nawazuddin Siddiqui weave an intensely gripping story

What is most prominent about MOM, apart from its nail-biting plot is how exciting it is to see an actor who is 300 movies old keep reinventing herself with every movie she does.

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Sarkar 3 quick review: Ram Gopal Varma treats this painful film like an amateur

Sarkar 3 is just difficult to watch right from the beginning. If only Ram Gopal Varma would spend time working on his directorial skills instead of tweeting.

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Running Shaadi quick review: Tapsee, Amit Sadh's film falls prey to curse of the second half

Running Shaadi has an interesting plot, but your interest starts to wane halfway through the film.

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Sushant Singh Rajput's criticism of Befikre has earned him censure, but isn't he entitled to an opinion?

As the censure over Sushant Singh Rajput's Befikre comments shows, being outspoken in Bollywood for 'outsiders' still carries a high price — one Kangana Ranaut notwithstanding

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Banjo review: Riteish Deshmukh stars in a wannabe musical with the wrong notes

If you're going to watch Banjo, make sure that you do not buy a recliner seat, because you'll be signing up for a sleeping fest.

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Pink has three superstars: The script, the girls, and of course, Amitabh Bachchan

After Neerja, there hasn't been a single Bollywood film that touched me on an emotional level. Until Pink.