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Upendra Mathe Ba: Strictly for Uppi fans

In an effort to retain the flavour of the Telugu hit, director Lokanath has almost stayed maybe too close to the original for this Kannada remake, which fails to impress

17 Nov 2017

Kempiruve: Perfectly captures middle-class life and angst

With a well-though-out plot the director Venkat Bharadwaj manages to create a unique product that has universal appeal and conveys a hard-hitting message

17 Nov 2017

Kaalej Kumar: Father and son play each other and win hearts

A good family entertainer that will be double the fun if fathers and sons watch it together.

10 Nov 2017

Tiger Galli: Just another mass flick

This mass action film might appeal to those who don’t mind bloodshed, harsh dialogues, logical loopholes and several action sequences in their films

27 Oct 2017

Dayavittu Gaminisi: Sincere attempt at a new kind of storytelling

The films consists of four short episodes that are all connected, and is a refreshing, honest look at life

21 Oct 2017

Kataka: Gripping horror with dramatic twists

Based on a real-life incident and set around the practice of black magic, the film does a good job of blending drama and horror

13 Oct 2017

Huliraya: Experimental film that falters

Another experimental attempt from Aravind Kaushik that will likely do better in the festival circuits than at the box office

07 Oct 2017

Rajahamsa: Different kind of family drama, a one-time watch

Rajahamsa is a family entertainer at heart, though it does have fresh ideas besides the usual drama and laughter. Its originality makes it stand out from…

08 Sep 2017

Ayana: Explores techie life, the Kanglish way

The film fails to connect to a larger audience, limiting its scope to a ‘cosmopolitan Bengaluru’

08 Sep 2017

Poll

Should comedians become heroes?

Result
Why not?
No they should stick to comedy