1. Kaabil (2017) : 7/10 Even though Kaabil rely upon old bottled concept of revenge-drama with very much predictable storyline and mediocre production values, still it somehow managed to seize my heart. They have skilfully explored an emotional side of the character and successfully submerged it with story which creates soft-corner among audiences for protagonist who is victim of some unfortunate happenings in the movie. It says that the heart see everything. Well, no denial about it from my side, but it seems they've taken theirs tagline too seriously here with all the unrealistic and over-the-top action sequences which a blind man performs to take revenge of murder of his wife. What let you digest the unreal vengeance is again emotions because all you want there is your hero must beat all the goons and win against handicapped system. That really worked out, and to mention Hrithik Roshan performance as a blind character who is all sweetheart, charming amd simple living dubbing artist at beginning of the movie turns into hot-blooded avenger is great transformation and he has pulled off that transformation so strongly. You will enjoy his performances, although he always gonna leave a reminiscence on your mind that he was playing more a Bollywood hero than a real-life blind man. Yami Gautam looked confident about her character, not an easy role though, but she has played off. Only problem I had with her was whenever she used to appear on screen, I wish if someone could reduce brightness of screen. I mean her skin tone is so fair, her presence used to illuminate the entire Audi. It's high time she needs to stop using Fair & Lovely. :P
Sanjay Gupta's direction has good flow, it doesn't get dull at any point, well screenplay supports his cause very much here. Rajesh Roushan hands on music composition is as always pleasing to ears, but too much of songs execution seem pointlessly dragged, specially for there was no need of item song Haseeno Ka Deewana which floated in middle of story from nowhere.
Well, if you're looking for a time-pass movie without expecting much on story part, you can easily join this venture of Sanjay Gupta. It's entertaining, indeed.
2. Resident Evil : Final Chapter (2017) : 6/10 Not a big fan of this game-adopted movie franchise. Had watched first three movies of this franchise and I kinda found it okayish. Even with this final chapter I don't have to say much because story never fascinated me and those too much of clone things is so confusing as you have been making a lot of clones without having powerful emphasis on it, it looks so cheesy and always weaken the story. Well, here you get some powerful action sequences where you again love Mila Jovovich for her efforts and also there are some eye-catching visuals which carries your attention. With some good points, movie is a decent watch.
3. Friends With Benefits (2011) : 7/10 I really liked it. Although one can say story was cliché and not offering anything unseen but you can't deny it was adorable and sweet. Also, because I found out that Ae Dil Hai Mushkil was loosely copied of this movie, Friends With Benefits looks masterpiece in front of Karan Johar's desperate attempt of making a new-age romantic drama compiling many famous Hollywood and Bollywood movies. One more point to add which made me to go gaga over this movie is Mila Kunis as Jamie Rellis. Damn! She looks so dear and her voice is intoxicated. I don't know why she has so less movie in Hollywood, she is real talent. This Valentine Week, one can easily fall in love with her watching her. <3