• Ayushmann Khurrana and Sanya Malhotra’s film is a fine, funny film about family and accepting an unfamiliar situation.

  • The story becomes exasperatingly concentric, as Vinayak gets addicted to narrow escapes and keeps going back to the temple for more. The film thus finds itself in a loop as we see it play out for over thirty years, a short story told by a longform narrator. I marvelled at things, but also yawned.

  • Being a tiger or helicopter parent often becomes a point of pride, and there is much to be said here — but we must wait for a better film to say it.

  • Sriram Raghvan’s new thriller pulls off great tricks in plain sight. It will surprise you when you least expect it to.

  • Anushka Sharma, Varun Dhawan film is as exciting as watching a shirt-pocket get monogrammed with a familiar logo.

  • The new Vishal Bhardwaj film is colourful, noisy and dazzling…Vishal Bhardwaj turns the two warring sisters, played by Radhika Madan and Sanya Malhotra, into a metaphor for India and Pakistan, countries locked in an endless cycle of sniping.

  • Nawaduddin Siddiqui and Rasika Dugal deliver internalised performances in director Nandita Das’ biopic.

  • Abhishek Bachchan, Taapsee Pannu and Vicky Kaushal play intriguing characters in Anurag Kashyap’s new film, but the romance is a slow-motion slog.

  • There is a lot to be said about the futility of war, and now Dutta has made his case for the futility of the war movie. Starring Arjun Rampal, Sonu Sood and others.

  • Brother of Imtiaz Ali, Sajid, has made a thoughtful film, about young lovers torn apart by their families and the world.

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