• A space opera with a little bit of science…

  • Inexplicably convoluted and unforgivably long…

  • Neither whodunit or even whydunit, Judgementall Hai Kya is never quite able to match its ambitions. Buried somewhere in the rubble is the ghost of a movie about why madness is sometimes the only sane response to violence.

  • Strong performances cannot rescue a weak and confused whodunit
    Prakash Kovelamudi’s comedy-tinged thriller stars Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao.

  • Like this year’s Gully Boy, Super 30 suggests that with talent and commitment, it is possible to cross over from the other side of the tracks. Leap high towards your goals, Anand tells his students. The formula is as pat as the solution, but many parts of the journey makes this classroom victory worth the while.

  • A powerful examination of crimes against Dalits…Article 15 isn’t exactly nuanced about the brutal system that continues to subjugate Dalits, but neither are the times. The implausible portions balance out the moments that echo the headlines. For every scene that seems out of place, another comes along to remind us of why this movie is effectively landing its punches.

  • Just like the man of the title, the director seems stuck in a moment he doesn’t want to get out of. Kabir Singh reimagines the Indian hero archetype in interesting ways, but its inability to even consider the flaws in its leading man’s romantic outlook is its undoing. Is masochism the flip side of machismo? Both movies seem to agree, but they never ask why.

  • An ode to the Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif pairing and little else…Ali Abbas Zafar’s movie sets his hero’s adventures against the backdrop of India’s post-Independence history.

  • This terrorist manhunt is overheated and undercooked…

  • A 131-minute victory parade on the big screen…Omung Kumar’s biopic stars Vivek Anand Oberoi as the Man from Gujarat.

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