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YusuF Poonawala, a Senior Vice President with a multinational travel company, authors The Y Factor purely out of his passion for movies and writing. The intent behind The Y Factor is purely to assess movies based on the perception of a paying audience, rather than paid critics.

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Stree

    Horror as a genre has always received and treated with a very foster treatment in Bollywood. Barring a few RGV films (Raat, Bhoot) and a few stray cases here and there, horror doesn’t get the due it should, somehow. So we have Raj & DK, who gave us our first zombie film a few years ago, write and produce this horror comedy directed by debutante Amar Kaushik. The film has its eye ...[Read More]

Gold
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Gold

Supposedly inspired by true events, this is all in all a fictional tale of how to make Lagaan with the feel of Chak De India and make the most out of the Independence Day weekend for the producers. And what better person than to take their in-house director to do so. There is a Mr. Wadia shown as the President of IHF in the film, whilst in reality it was Naval Tata. Whilst the character is all for...[Read More]

Mulk
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Mulk

A recent courtroom drama came with the concept of NO MEANS NO. The victim in that drama, turns lawyer in this film to prove their theory of US V/S THEM….. that is the impact and beauty of this movie. Anubhav and DOP Ewan Mulligan manage to create a Varanasi full of the rush of life as they know it, with its religious threads intertwined at the same time the claustrophobia of the courtroom, especia...[Read More]

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Sanju

               

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Race 3

  There is no doubt amongst anyone who remotely knows me, that I am a huge Salman Khan fan.     Y Factor:   NO RATING  : 1.5 /5

102 Not Out
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102 Not Out

  Getting Rishi Kapoor and Amitabh Bachchan together in today’s times must have been thought by quite a few directors, I guess, but getting them in suitable roles might have posed as a challenge for them. Set in good ol’ Vile Parle East, the story is about Dattatraya Vakharia (Bachchan) and his son, Babulal Vakharia (Kapoor). It is as simple as that. A story which shows that the job of a fath...[Read More]