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Fukrey Returns: Pankaj Tripathi is the only grace of this objectively bad film

Nobody is going to call Pankaj Tripathi a star, but when someone can carry a film all by and for himself, then what is he if not a star?

08 Dec 2017

An ode to Shashi Kapoor

The author remembers Shashi Kapoor who passed away yesterday and laments that the actor never got his due

05 Dec 2017

Tera Intezaar: A film that should never have been made

At some point, likely ten or fifteen minutes into the movie, you start to wonder why this movie exists

01 Dec 2017

Julie 2: Raai Laxmi's Hindi debut is an unintentional parody

One wonders how such a colossal parody of a film was made

24 Nov 2017

Tumhari Sulu: A delightful film with Vidya Balan in fine form

No other current actress could have played Sulu with the degree of inch-perfect pitch that Vidya Balan does, in this film that is easily one of 2017's better films

19 Nov 2017

Qarib Qarib Singlle: Great leads in a travel romance that goes nowhere

For so much movement, the film never takes us or the two characters from one place to another.

10 Nov 2017

Why Blade Runner 2049 failed

A meditation on how, despite being an original and worthwhile sequel, Blade Runner 2049 turned out to be a box office failure

08 Nov 2017

Ittefaq: A bland, plain-looking murder mystery

There is nothing ittefaq about the existence of Ittefaq

03 Nov 2017

Loving Vincent: A loving tribute in its purest form

There are moments when Loving Vincent comes to life and transcends its gimmick by interesting us in plot and detail.

03 Nov 2017

Seize & Desist: On Joachim Trier's Thelma

About Joachim Trier's Thelma and how the writer's experience with epilepsy influenced his reading of the film

24 Oct 2017

Secret Superstar: A stirring coming-of-age film

This is not an underdog story with a predictable trajectory, though it has its share of emotional beats originating from such tropes

20 Oct 2017

The product of labour

Rahul Jain, whose documentary Machines premiered at 2017 Sundance Film Festival, speaks to CE ahead of the film's Indian premiere at Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival

11 Oct 2017

Judwaa 2: Offensive, forgettable, unforgivable

Proves that rolling materials of a different kind and getting down to write is way better than rolling back the years and rehashing

30 Sep 2017

Newton: A black comedy that uncovers the real issues

The film packs a lot of punch in seemingly innocuous shots

23 Sep 2017

Haseena Parkar: Immensely forgettable biopic about a forgettable character

The director spends a long time on things people already know, making Haseena Parkar a Wikipedia article at best

22 Sep 2017

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