• Decent, righteous, progressive, the men are eager to play second fiddle whereas the women don’t cry their feminism hoarse.

    It’s an impeccable if calculated scenario whose love for speeches, including one from Prime Minister Narendra Modi at its end, reminds us Earth might be a foregone conclusion but we’ll always have Mars.  

  • Jabariya Jodi constantly confuses tacky as terrific…

  • With so many maladies plaguing the movie, it’s too bad there’s nothing like a scriptwriting Shafakhana.

  • Judgementall Hai Kya is a wild move but works because of how assured its cast is before and its crew is behind the camera…

  • Simplistic and lopsided, Super 30 is so satisfied by its master-to-mahatma narrative, it ends up seeing superb in so-so.

  • Spider-Man: Far From Home moves to and fro between light-hearted slice-of-teen life and an underprepared Avenger second guessing what’s right, real and responsible.

  • From treating women like toys, trampling all over their feelings and then acting like a wounded martyr and misunderstood genius wronged by the world, Kabir Singh rounds up every foolish male’s ultimate fantasy.

    Lack of rules can be refreshing, but to watch a sicko getting away after ticking every wrong in the book just rankles.

  • ‘Game Over is a nifty piece of work that recognises the durability of meaningful entertainment

  • It’s unbearable, this dullness. You’ll find more action in a grocery shop’s CCTV footage than in all of India’s Most Wanted. 

  • You’ll find more wisdom on such matters in a Sara Ali Khan interview

Viewing item 1 to 10 (of 292 items)