Directed by Chandraprakash Dwivedi, the film is a potent satire held hostage by ancient filmmaking
Pihu review: Artistically intended, but lacking in finesse
Thugs of Hindostan Review: A rebelliously slow film that remains stranded on the shore
Ekkees Tareekh Shubh Muhurat Review: A silly, unfunny comedy on small-town marriage norms
Gauravv K Chawla's directorial debut starring Saif Ali Khan and Rohan Mehra is a fatal plummet
26 Oct 2018
A superficial film and an unsavoury rehash of old-school sentiments
19 Oct 2018
Rahul Riji Nair's second film is a fun family entertainer that manages to be unconventional while still staying within the limitations of the genre
Badhaai Ho is not a film that works despite its cliches. It is a film that works because of it.
Filled with laughable coincidences, a penchant for melodrama, and an unnecessary romanticisation of love and heartbreak, Jalebi fails to make any sort of serious impression.
12 Oct 2018
Tumbbad is perennially split between atmospheric indie and big-screen spectacle, reaffirming an old fear about the Bollywood bastardisation of region-specific stories.
Pradeep Sarkar’s new film, Helicopter Eela, starring Kajol and Riddhi Sen, is an old hashtag in a new post
The film pays less attention to nuance, choosing to rely on its unrealistic masala love story for success. It doesn’t work
07 Oct 2018
The film is profusely thrilling, stringing together ingenious set-pieces and populating them with wry, dubious characters.
05 Oct 2018
No cinema for children
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