YouthTimes has rated 8 movies, and has posted 8 comments.

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  • Dedh Ishqiya: Yay! Thumbs Up: ‘DEDH ISHQIYA’ is an unadulterated terrific entertainer with poetic relish!
  • Krrish 3: So-So: Krrish 3 is Ambitious and dazzling, but lacks originality!
  • Boss: Nay! Thumbs Down: ‘BOSS’ is tasteless and brainless!
  • War Chhod Na Yaar: So-So: ‘War Chhod Na Yaar’ is a puerile satire!
  • Besharam: Nay! Thumbs Down: ‘Besharam’ is thoroughly unamusing!
  • Phata Poster Nikhla Hero: So-So: ‘Phata Poster Nikla Hero’ is sheer dissipation!
  • The Lunchbox: Yay! Thumbs Up: ‘The Lunchbox’ is delicious and delightful!
  • Grand Masti: So-So: ‘Grand Masti’ is crass and unabashedly indecent!


  • Dedh Ishqiya:

    Dedh Ishqiya is splendid, riveting and a very clever film that’s never obscure. While the name ‘Dedh’ adds just a half to the part one, this film is definitely a plus one. Do not miss it!

    posted 9 years, 8 months ago
  • Krrish 3:

    In all, Krrish 3 is a film that will attract kids and audience that isn’t exposed to the cinema in the west. For the rest, its falls way short of expectations. An average pastime.

    posted 9 years, 10 months ago
  • Boss:

    In all, BOSS is definitely massy, but too stupid and unrefined to deserve a recommendation. Don’t waste your precious time on this!

    posted 9 years, 11 months ago
  • War Chhod Na Yaar:

    ‘War Chhod Na Yaar‘ displays noble intentions, but lacks subtlety and insight. A clever idea used inefficiently and spent thoughtlessly. Avoidable!

    posted 9 years, 11 months ago
  • Besharam:

    In all, Besharam fails to achieve the intended humour and is so lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness. Stay away, it’s difficult to sit through!

    posted 9 years, 11 months ago
  • Phata Poster Nikhla Hero:

    Phata Poster Nikla Hero is a waste of a decent idea, waste of an adequate build up, waste of a brilliant actor (Shahid) and waste of your time and money. Avoidable!

    posted 10 years ago
  • The Lunchbox:

    If you’re in the mood to witness genuinely moving cinema, you’re in for a treat. The delectable taste of this lunchbox remains in your mouth much after you’ve left the theatre. Go for it!

    posted 10 years ago
  • Grand Masti:

    With gross vernacular implications, unrestrained skin show and inherent vulgarity, the film makes for a perfect two hour timeout with boys. For the same reason, it is a strict “no” for families. And if you judge it purely as a film, it fails miserably. Choose accordingly!

    posted 10 years ago