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Pradeep Sarkar’s new film, Helicopter Eela, starring Kajol and Riddhi Sen, is an old hashtag in a new post
12 Oct 2018
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
Rima Das' National Award-winning film captures childhood in rural Assam with magical camerawork and immersive sound design
29 Sep 2018
A true underdog story that relies more on its poignant moments than its predictably hopeful ones
28 Sep 2018
A flavoursome sibling drama that struggles at places to keep up the momentum
A film that gets its basics spot on. Had it not been for the dreadful execution, it may well have left a lasting impact.
21 Sep 2018
A film that makes brave pronouncements on artistic freedom, religious violence and abject nationalism without losing sight of its investigative rigour
While the film does fall into predictable terrain for a considerable time of its two-hour plot, it is those parts that work within the confines of its specific social milieu that make it watchable
15 Sep 2018
Viswasam takes on Petta, this Pongal
Do the audience need to know box office numbers?