A Gentleman – Excels in ‘good looks’, rest is a safe action romedy

Seems like a year of double role movies. Like every other story of this genre, there are two characters diametrically opposite of each other. One, a walking talking matrimonial ad and the other a mysteriously cool bad guy. The only difference between the two looks is credited to the redundant brand integration of hair gel. Fortunately, there is more to the usual drill to keep you hooked.

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Toilet Ek Prem Katha

Based on a very serious problem that plagues a modern India – defecation in open, Toilet – Ek Prem Katha makes a brave attempt at social satire. Despite being icky, we cannot deny the interest this subject evokes. We saw a fantastic film surrounding a similar subject in PIKU. While we cringed at it grossness, it became a household hit. Toilet, on the other hand, is tricky with all its gravitas.

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Jab Harry Met Sejal – Truth be told by a SRK fan

With the past number of unsuccessful stints at the box office, there is an increasing amount of hate around every SRK release, but with his more than 25 years of being the Badshah of romance, there is also that long-withstanding love. Then there is Imtiaz Ali, who has decoded and redefined rom-com for today’s generation time and again. When these epitomes of romance come together, it should ideally have been a guaranteed formula to success. But sadly you are only left ‘seeking’ for that magic that could have, but never happened.

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