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Sukanya Verma's Film Reviews
At the end of this rather long movie, Alia asks ‘What do you see in this story? Kalank or love?’
I saw beauty at its emptiest. You won’t be able to look away. But you won’t feel anything either.
‘Kesari devotes a significant chunk of its script to brandish Akshay’s might as the dauntless, magnanimous, Sardar, Havildar Ishar Singh.’ ‘To his credit, the actor is a picture of restraint and righteousness as the worldly-wise Sardar on a mission…
For a picture is a moment, it doesn’t commit, it contains.
It has no past nor future, it is timeless.
That is the beauty of Batra’s delicate little gem.
It is what it would like to remember and not what unfolds.
Master of mysteries, Alfred Hitchcock once said, ‘Revenge is sweet, not fattening.’
At two hours running time, Badla keeps the deed both short and sweet.
Between not taking itself seriously and spewing gyaan over how to win youth votes, Luka Chuppi cannot decide what it wants to hide and where it needs to look.
Total Dhamaal would be unwatchable without Madhuri’s spunk and bossy swag playing off Anil Kapoor’s bellyaching, bugged half’s protests.
This jodi deserves a better film. And you need no brains to know that.
Gully Boy is a glorious blend of hip-hop and assured film-making…
Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga wishes to lend itself as a significant voice of change and support towards the LGBT community, but its woefully apologetic tone regarding individual choices repeatedly negates it when characters — both traumatised and enlightened — spew things like, ‘Yeh janam se hi aise hai’ or ‘I wish I was normal’.
Funny how a woman can fall in love with another woman and still need a man to ensure she gets her happy ending.
That’s normal enough for Bollywood.
A jumbo mess of warped notions and random ambition, Why Cheat India trivialises education and shows sympathy for deceit
Movies, their motives and time of release make me wonder if we’ll ever be able to see India as India and not a reflection of its governments