Gully Boy Movie Review: Happy Gully Boy to you! @ 14 Feb 2019 6:36 pm - Gully Boy is a celebration of life in Asia’s largest Slum. It does not demean the society but brings it to light in a beautiful manner without the frills and fancy of a typical Bollywood film. No naach gaana, no dishoom dishoom, just plain story-telling with its heart in the right place.
Why Cheat India Movie Review: Why Emraan, why? @ 18 Jan 2019 12:51 pm - The only actor to catch the eye is Shreya Dhanwanthary who excels in the ‘Plain Jane’ look as well as the girl in a corporate set-up. Her transition, screen presence and character graph is the only good thing in the flick.
The Accidental Prime Minister Movie Review: Akshaye is King! @ 11 Jan 2019 4:00 pm - The movie is more a docu-comedy with director Vijay Gutte trying to highlight Dr Singh as he is. In that sense, he has been honest and Dr Singh’s character shines out throughout.
Mauli Movie Review: Mauli, Nana, Mauli… Triple Entertainment! @ 14 Dec 2018 11:08 am - The twist in the tale comes at the interval and you wonder how the film will move on. But Aditya Sarpotdar and Mauli Sarjerao Deshmukh have other plans.
Andhadhun Movie Review: From diminuendo to crescendo! @ 5 Oct 2018 2:04 pm - Andhadhun is an entertainer all the way, never once letting you down as a paying public.
Manto Movie review: Manto fires you to speak up! @ 23 Sep 2018 10:48 pm - Director Nandita Das needs a standing ovation. Her painstaking work of going back in time to the pre- and post partition days is brutal in its depiction. Even though she lingers only but a moment on a scene, it is enough to understand the viciousness of it all.
Bar, bar dekho… hazaar bar dekho! @ 20 Sep 2018 3:48 pm - The entire production is top class with the subtle music (Baapi-Tutul) drawing you into the plot right from the very first scene and being an intrinsic character in the story till the end.
Satyameva Jayate Movie Review: A big letdown! @ 16 Aug 2018 2:44 pm - Corrupt policemen are being burnt systematically by one Veer (John Abraham) and DCP Shivaansh (Manoj Bajpayee) is at his wits end since he is being challenged by the killer. The film takes you back to the early 90s, where characters had no meaning and heroines were showpieces.
Mulk Movie Review: Power-house performances! @ 4 Aug 2018 10:30 pm - The end is mirrored beautifully to the prosecuting lawyer, those gathered in the courtroom and the viewers, that the perceived “They and “Us” conundrum is nothing but a ploy! Mulk is hard-hitting in that sense.
Fanney Khan Movie Review: Take a bow, Pihu Sand! @ 3 Aug 2018 1:30 pm - anney Khan could have been sharper and more realistic if the kidnapping was not turned into a joke by debutante director Atul Manjrekar. It could have been a Secret Superstar!