1. Jolly LLB 2 (2017) : 7/10 I wish if they could have made it little bit more realistic avoiding all the over the top drama and without manipulating some serious technical facts, but at the end of the day it's damn entertaining with some kick-*** punch lines. Court-room drama in this film is nothing serious and intense like its prequel but it tickles your bone a lot of many times. Saurabh Shukla final speech on Indian judiciary system in the climax is another strong things which made me applaud this movie. And, needless to say Saurabh Shukla is teddy bear of the film, he is the sweetheart. Akshay Kumar is in his usual character, he looks fine on the screen. Huma Qureshi works like just filler.
Story follows same pattern as its prequel but Subhash Kapoor treatment on story is fresh and deserves to be watched at least for once. Recommend.
2. Ring 3 (2017) : 3/10 I wish if I could have avoided it. But, damn my monthly subscription for that I've to watch every movie releases on Friday. It was completely blend going on and on without happening much with story and I should better not talk about if it even deserves to be called horror movie as there is nothing scary about it. Even kid will laugh on its childish attempt to scare you. Poor and tiring. Easily avoid.
3. Ki & Ka (2016) : 4/10 A desperate attempt to look modern and progressive where a man asks his mother-in-law how many times she had sexual encounter after her husband died. I mean what the heck? The whole movie is pointless commentary on ongoing sexism in our society and what will happen if we reverse whole phenomena of man and woman. I didn't really like the way they were trying to prove theirs points. Kareena Kapoor as an over-ambiguous girl looks pathetic to me. If modernism allows you to forget your all the female attributes of yours, I don't see any point in such improvisation. R. Balki was supposed to be a good director.