• Badhaai Ho is a sweet little gem informed with gentle wit and infectious warmth. The slice-of-life storytelling, which is appreciably enhanced by solid performances from a wonderful cast, is marked by control and sensitivity.

  • Parineeti Chopra And Arjun Kapoor Ham Aimlessly Through Infantile Drama…

  • The overall result, despite being somewhat stodgy and purposefully solemn in parts, is a gritty, real, revelatory tale bracketed within a larger canvas that dovetails into its wide but coherent expanse a decade of US space missions and a multiplicity of narrative strands. Well served by a lead actor who allows the subject to subsume his starry personality, First Man has the craft and the class to be a befitting tribute to one of the most monumental moments in the history of space exploration.

  • Watch Andhadhun with your ears, eyes and minds open. You will come away with your senses heightened.

  • With Sanya Malhotra’s Full-Throated Performance, It’s A Cracker Of A Film…This is a cracker of a film that blends the dynamics of a rustic burlesque with a stylised cinematic sensibility

  • Nawazuddin Siddiqui Is Phenomenally Good As The Anguished Writer…Nandita Das’ film can be described as the Garam Hawa of our times

  • Shraddha Kapoor is occasionally fetching but what unfolds on the screen is precariously low on wattage.

  • Abhishek and Vicky give their roles all they have but the screenplay does not give them the bandwidth reserved for Taapsee…

  • Gali Guleiyan is obviously not a conventional entertainer. Just as well. The film stands out because of the balance it attains in depicting a man sinking steadily into incoherence and yet clinging to his humanity. If for nothing else, watch Gali Guleiyan for the joy of witnessing a lead actor in full flight getting into the skin of a completely fettered man. It’s a master class of rare resplendence.

  • You do not need to subject yourself to its surfeit of action, comedy and melodrama unless you are an inveterate fan of the Deols, collectively or individually. What Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se offers purely as a cinematic outing isn’t worth your time.

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