Pratim D Gupta ReviewsThe Telegraph

Singham is more of a whimper than a roar

A beautifully scripted journey of catharsis for this trio, who are all battling some episode from their past

Serial kisser meets serial killer as Murder 2 tries to con you into a korean copy

Delhi Belly is insanely funny

Double Dhamaal has no intentions of tickling you. The idea is to torment you

Most of us may not have the misfortune of fighting the war that the four people have to wage in this film. But if you look closer, there’s a mirror there somewhere for each of us.

Tilak, Abhay and Sawan manage to put their Mumbai on mute and tune in to their souls. They get to hear the music within and maybe you would too, if you sit through the noise.

A scratchy trip through Paradise Lost, Dum Maaro Dum has its moments of wis-dumand ran-dum but when you hear that familiar scratch of the guitar, it’s Paradise Regained.

The subject - a woman slaying her seven husbands - screams out for a visceral romp of rage and revenge but Bhardwaj chooses to justify, reason and melo-dramatise Susanna’s actions

Nikhil Advani’s Patiala House is formulaic but feel-good