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Hichki Movie Review: The Rani Mukerji Starrer Earns An A

Hichki Movie Review: The Rani Mukerji Starrer Earns An A

Adapted from a 2008 released English film, "Front of the Class", "Hichki" is a feel good, emotionally packed and inspirational film.

Hichki Movie Review: The Rani Mukerji Starrer Earns An A

'Raid': A One-Dimensional Tale That Hinges On A Weak Plot

'Raid': A One-Dimensional Tale That Hinges On A Weak Plot

With a tinge of patriotism, Raid is a film that gives an insight into how corrupt our country is.

'Raid': A One-Dimensional Tale That Hinges On A Weak Plot

'Pari': No Fairy Tale Romance This

'Pari': No Fairy Tale Romance This

A supernatural thriller, "Pari" is an unusual love story albeit with a good measure of thrills and chills.

'Pari': No Fairy Tale Romance This

'Welcome To New York': Trips On Tactless Plot

'Welcome To New York': Trips On Tactless Plot

The film has decent production values and actual IIFA Awards shots are seamlessly meshed into the narrative.

'Welcome To New York': Trips On Tactless Plot

'Aiyaary': A Skilfully Mounted Cry Of Rage

'Aiyaary': A Skilfully Mounted Cry Of Rage

With a run-time of two hours and forty minutes the film is a bit lengthy but nevertheless, that does not affect the overall viewing experience. 

'Aiyaary': A Skilfully Mounted Cry Of Rage

'Padman': Akshay Shines In This Public Service Film

'Padman': Akshay Shines In This Public Service Film

This story has been inspired by the life of Arunchalam Muruganantham a social activist from Tamil Nadu who revolutionized the concept of personal hygiene during the menstrual cycle in rural India by creating low-cost sanitary pads.

'Padman': Akshay Shines In This Public Service Film