Dear Editor, Thanks for posting your views. Its nice to see that you value each visitor of your website.
I am a little bit disappointed that you said "fullhyd.com's ratings are more indicative of expected box-office performance". You also noted "we make exceptions in certain cases". Honestly, the last couple of years that I have been following fullhyd, very rarely did I feel that you were not upto your standards ( e.g.: mr. medhavi, I remember your comment of pink-slipping the reviewer's ass :-) ). Otherwise, rarely have I seen that a good movie, irrespective of its box office prospects, going unnoticed by you. However, of late, one or two reviewers havent been able to keep up the standards of fullhyd. I dont mind if somebody overrates the movie, not much expect few people having a bad day at theatres. But when a good movie is underrated, like mr. medhavi or oye lucky lucky oye, most people will miss out the fun of watching it on big screen. However your claim of "we make exceptions in certain cases" sounds hollow because, just a glance tells me that you gave a good rating to many box office duds like black friday, eklavya, Dev D, u me aur hum, honeymoon travels pvt ltd, maqbool, being cyrus, maine gandhi ko nahin maara etc. This means that either your claim of catering to box office is not true or may be exception for you is more like a norm than an a rare occurence.
LUCK BY CHANCE REVIEW
"I am not Zaffar Khan; Zaffar Khan is an icon, and I work for him."
This is said in half-jest, by Zaffar Khan, a superstar, played by Hrithik Roshan, who is definitely not the superstar that Zaffar Khan is meant to mock. The mocking undertones are, of course, in the eyes of the beholder on the look-out for a conspiracy. Thankfully, Luck By Chance compensates for this slight, sometime in the film.
How can one insult Hindi film heroes? It takes a lot to be a Hindi film hero. Unlike film heroines, who become so either because a) they are born to someone in the film industry ....