Indu Sarkar review: An astutely mounted propaganda film
29 Jul 2017
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Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets review
One Arjun Kapoor is a soul crushing experience. Two Arjun Kapoors can be like dementors planting a wet one on you.
Tamil cinema has not really sung the praises of the ‘middle-bencher’ as much as it has talked about the last or the first benchers.
Vismaya, which means surprise, could bring out different perspectives, and whether it amazes you is for you to find out.
It’s tough to not recall that Gopichand was an actor who played a dreadful villain and delivered some flawless performances.
One goes expecting a lot out of "Raagdesh", but this film fails to make an impact owing to its slow pace and tedious narrative.
28 Jul 2017
While the first half of the film is a breezy laugh-a-minute riot, the second half tends to be a bit melodramatic and preachy.
Set in Lucknow, director Syed Ahmad Afzal's "Baaraat Company" is a romantic comedy that centres around weddings, albeit with a difference.
Basheerinte Premalekhanam is set in a rustic hamlet near Kozhikode, in the early 80s. For the people there, a radio is a sophisticated equipment and a bridge is a long-awaited dream
22 Jul 2017
Christopher Nolan’s much-awaited and much-hyped WWII film is as much about the famous evacuation of Dunkirk as it is about the three elements: air (the sky), water (the sea), and earth (land)
There are some love stories that leave a lasting impression on us and Fidaa is one such fascinating tale that represents the conflict in love. It’s all about a spirited young girl Bhanumathi, who cros
It looks like 2017 is the year of dream directorial debuts.
Vikram (Madhavan) is a stone-cold encounter specialist who can sleep soundly, regardless of how many lives he’s ended that day.
Sabbir Khan’s Munna Michael begins with the filming of a song sequence in 1995.
In Alankrita Shrivastava’s Lipstick Under My Burkha, women in Bhopal - a second-tier city - are trapped in myriad ways.
B Jaya’s fourth directorial turns out to be another romantic entertainer albeit generously toned with family emotions.
It is the best of all trades to write stories, but even better is make them come alive.
They say that ‘the only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing’. But in Shiva Tejas’s Dhairyam, the protagonist does prevail over evil, but by relying on unlawful means.
The execution of the Shabana Azmi-starrer is so stagey, stiff and turgid you feel you are watching history being maimed mutilated and mocked.
21 Jul 2017
The much-awaited "Lipstick Under My Burkha" is a bold and brutally honest film about the unbridled dreams of four women, trapped in their lives owing to societal norms and stereotypes.
20 Jul 2017
An intriguing aspect of Jis Joy’s Sunday Holiday is how its people deal with the
rawest of emotions.
15 Jul 2017
Anurag Basu sure does have a sense of cinematic history. His last full-length feature was Barfi, in 2012. Though critically acclaimed in many quarters, Barfi received flak for having purportedly rippe
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