It’s a difficult film to watch, not entertaining or edifying in any way
Breaking the image of Punjab that Bollywood has so carefully built
A lot more about aging, loneliness and grief than it is about solving a mystery.
Don’t think too much of the plot, just watch the stars and take in the ’70s production design and music
Handsomely mounted, but a conventional biopic.
May be simplistic in its solutions to the problem of poverty, but that does not take away from its sincerity
What makes this film unusual is that Shahrukh Khan plays his own fan, and pays tribute to his own great...
The film was perhaps meant to please women; unfortunately it has been trashed mostly by its female viewers
The film is a visual stunner, but the script is a mess
The film has no plot, just the problems of getting a family together
This film could be seen as a homage to nature, as well as to the human spirit
Has stars who dazzle with their performances even in half-baked.
If anybody informed Barjatya that privy purses were abolished in 1971, he wouldn’t care; neither does his...
The multiplex space gave birth to both: good middle cinema and bad extremes
A look at some of the Paros -- Jamuna (Bengali, 1935), Savitri (Telugu, 1953), Suchitra Sen (Hindi, 1955) ......