After the phenomenal success of ‘Dangal’, Nitesh Tiwari is back with ‘Chhichhore’, a tale about friendship and the halcyon days of college, that is supposed to leave us with a longing and a lump in the throat.
‘Khandaani Shafakhana’ wants to destigmatise conversations around sex and other sexual dysfunctions, but surely taking the zing out of the act is not the way to go about it!
The director tries to replicate his mentor, Karan Johar’s model - friendship, mush and a dazzling production. While the film looks good, it doesn’t quite have the same appeal
In ’Romeo Akbar Walter’, alas, the melodrama overpowers the narrative and what should ideally have been an exciting couple of hours at the theatre are nothing more than a laborious watch. Romeo Ali (played by John Abraham) has a mundane job as a bank employee, but he is good at theatrics and manages to make time for stage plays.