• It isn’t possible to completely dislike Hindi Medium. So, ignore its hiccups and watch it for the relevance of the questions it poses and the remarkable quality of the acting.

  • Rajamouli is an exceptional storyteller and craftsman. It is in excess that the strength of Baahubali 2 lies and it makes no bones about it…

  • Subtleties and nuances are obviously beyond Maatr. It deals solely in broad strokes. No matter how much slack you are willing to cut this film, it will still need some more in order to have its glaring gaps glossed over. It’s never easy to disguise a garbage dump.

  • Sonakshi’s film shows the mundane but essential pursuits of an ambitious but confused middle-class girl…

  • Vidya Balan could count this performance as another feather in her already overflowing cap…

  • It is a rare Hindi film that travels to the heart of rural landscape…

  • Naam Shabana, for all its avowed aspirations, it rarely ventures beyond the trite and tested. Watch it only if standard-fare action dramas do not put you off.

  • Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan’s film is a pulpy, uneven romantic caper that strives to pass itself off as a mellow tale of patriarchy, love, honour and ambition

  • Commando Karanvir Singh (Vidyut Jammwal) is a superhero-crusader without the Superman costume. His guiding principle is: Jab tak jaan hai koshish karte rehna hai. He tries too hard. It weighs down the film

  • Lion isn’t a thunderous roar. It’s more a soulful, reassuring purr that reverberates gently into the recesses of the heart, curls up in a cozy place, and works its subtle magic. In one word, magnificent.

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