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Simmba poster

Wogma rating: Even the keen, wait for it to come on TV/online

Quick review: When a Rohit Shetty film moves away from exploding cars to make way for forcefully imploding emotions–it is a step in the right direction. Only a teeny-tiny one though because the ‘women empowerment’ bit is still a huge charade.

Zero poster

Wogma rating: Watch if you have nothing better to do

Quick review: Breaks my heart to not like a film that treats disability and abnormality with such forthrightness. How I wish everything else in the film wasn’t so disconnected.

Uri: The Surgical Strike poster

Wogma rating: Even the keen, wait for it to come on TV/online

Quick review: Slick war action could make it worth a watch. But be warned, the forced and never-ending emotional drama is a bit much and the propaganda is inescapable.

The Accidental Prime Minister poster

Wogma rating: Switch channels if it's on cable

Quick review: It is almost like you are paying to watch an advertisement about someone you are not interested in. No, it’s not about Dr. Singh, that would actually be very interesting. This one is an “I, me, myself” on and almost completely by Sanjaya Baru.

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