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Now how does one begin? It's a tough film to describe, because it masquerades as a forward-thinking film, but under the layers, is worse than the most low-brow film.


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A college professor Aditya (Akshay Kumar) doubles up as Gabbar, a mysterious entity, who kidnaps corrupt officials and even murders some of them to set an example.


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At a crisp two hours, Aishwarya R Dhanush Vai Raja Vai is a perfect recipe of a full-on entertainer without even a dash of obscenity or violence.


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The sheer thrill of watching a film and not knowing what will happen next is one of the great pleasures offered by director Ramesh Aravind.


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It's the return of Dileep to a sensible film after a long time and he shows his brilliance as an actor.


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The film moves along highly predictable lines with enough masala, colourful frames and there is an effort to create comedy almost everywhere.


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It will surely stand as one of the most peculiar and possibly ironic entries in a director's filmography that in between Joss Whedon's two Avengers films there reads Much Ado About Nothing: a low-budget, black-and-white Shakespeare adaption sandwiched between two of the most gargantuan blockbusters ever made.


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In Home, the latest adventure from DreamWorks Animation, the misfit alien at the center of the movie is called Oh. That's because "Oh" is everyone's reaction when this character (voiced by Jim Parsons of The Big Bang Theory) makes one of his desperate, over-the-top attempts to fit in and make friends with humans.


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It's tough to shake off the Swamy Ra Ra hangover in Dohchay, which unfortunately fails to rob our hearts.


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S/O Satyamurthy is a predictable and sloppy family drama with a few high and mostly low moments.


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First half is brilliant and takes off smoothly, however the movie loses its phase in the second half; second half is a little too elaborate and editing could have been sharper


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The film Daksha, is already in the ‘good books’ as it has been added to the ‘Guinness Book of Records’ for being the first film to be canned in one-shot.


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