• 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

  • Still Zero is far from a misfire. Its cheerfully absurd aspirations are strewn in metaphors laying value to imperfections and SRK’s gallery playing showmanship.

    This time he spreads more than his arms. He finds wings.

  • Wan’s joy in orchestrating battles around demi-gods riding sea dragons and giant crustaceans, trench monsters hijacking a ship in the middle of a raging storm and a virtually unrecognisable Julie Andrews strong arming a rockstar superhero prone to smirk his way through every obstacle ensure this is the most fun I’ve had at DC since Wonder Woman.

  • Truth be told, Amrita Singh and Saif Ali Khan’s daughter has tons of filmi blood and it is what powers Kedarnath from start to finish

  • verybody keeps bumping into each other as if they’re living inside a fish bowl. Only it’s weed, not water, they are floating in.

    What I’ve just described is only the icing of the Bhaiaji baloney.

  • Pihu may not be flawless, but it has something valid to say about lousy parents…

  • Bohemian Rhapsody’s crowd-pleasing nostalgia cheers Freddie Mercury’s exhilarating sound and infectious power play with such all-out gusto, you WILL break free all over again…

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