Nandini Ramnath ReviewsMint

Revolver Rani has a bit too much going on at any given point, but it is cast well and has an interesting set of actors who give the material much-needed heft

The overly busy screenplay is packed with so many ideas that it unfolds at the pace of a multi-phase election

It flags ever so often, contains many jokes fit only for SMS forwards, but is occasionally rescued by a successful gag

An enjoyable confection, delivered by an ensemble cast

For all its feminist fakery, Gulaab Gang’s villains are women

The second film has gained gloss and glamorous leads but at the expense of variety and tonal consistency

It’s formula food for the present day, spiced with flamboyance, a fair sense of rhythm that occasionally slackens and a clear understanding of the meaning of popular entertainment, Hindi movie style

A rom-com that doesn’t quite add up

A Salman Khan film, no more and no less

Mostly Bollywood baloney