Hrithik Roshan is terribly miscast as Anand Kumar in this templated biopic
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Noblemen Review: A sensitive look at internalised violence
This Ayushmann Khurrana-starrer has several pacing issues, but works because of its sharp writing and powerful cast
28 Jun 2019
Sandeep Reddy Vanga's Hindi remake of his Telugu hit is cluttered and confusing, with few new flourishes
21 Jun 2019
Prabhudheva aces the slasher grammar, while Tamannaah has little to do in Chakri Toleti's film
14 Jun 2019
Ali Abbas Zafar's film has great music, and works despite the predictable arcs and inexcusable length
05 Jun 2019
Though urgent and brave, this film about a Muslim craftsman working at a Hindi temple lacks dramatic drive
31 May 2019
Arjun Kapoor and co's hunt for the dreaded terrorist, which involved three countries, and multiple investigative agencies, leaves a lot to be desired.
24 May 2019
When not fawning over its central figure, Omung Kumar's long-coming biopic rewrites history for the victor
Ajay Devgn, Tabu and Rakul Preet Singh set a new low in this male-pamparing, coming-of-middle-age genre.
17 May 2019
Tiger Shroff, Ananya Pandey, and Tara Sutaria take turns making sense of Student of the Year 2, a cash-cow sequel that mocks real sports films
10 May 2019
Should a film be deemed good as long as it conveys a socially relevant message?