Eeb Allay Ooo! is a fantastic film about Delhi's monkey repellers, which shifts its gaze beyond the profession to the men in the fringes of modern society.
Barring a line or two, Laal Kaptaan never quite comes close to realising its dream of being a heady concoction of a Bollywood masala Western.
Incoherent and meandering, watch Dream Girl purely for the joy of watching Khurrana deftly switching between his two personas, Karam and Pooja with ease.
In a society that is already rigged against survivors and their stories, Section 375 might just go on to serve as a defense for powerful men.
The supporting cast of Jabariya Jodi is the only thing bearable in an otherwise excruciating film.
But even Rajkummar Rao and Kangana Ranaut's stellar performances can't save Judgementall Hai Kya from being incoherent.
If Super 30 had set out with the intention of mocking its subjects, the film would be a triumph.
The film, with all its flaws, is worth a watch. If for nothing else but to start a debate about casteism out in the open, and bring it into every drawing room.