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Sonchiriya Review: Abhishek Chaubey surprises with a bonkers existential drama

Rebels and runaways, crocodiles and snakes — this brooding bandit film is brilliant and puzzling

01 Mar 2019

Total Dhamaal Review: A sloppy sequel saved by an enjoyable climax

The film serves up foolish fun for its target viewership: casual audiences, parents and children, the kind of crowd that’ll laugh at an accent

22 Feb 2019

Hum Chaar Review: A clunky update to friendship movies

Directed by Abhishek Dixit, this Rajshri Productions film — about four friends studying in a medical college — is cloying and forgettable 

15 Feb 2019

Gully Boy Review: An inspired rap musical that's also accessible and fun

Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt are understated and winsome in Zoya Akhtar's mostly satisfying tribute to the rap artists of Mumbai

14 Feb 2019

Amavas Review: A horror film that's only jumps, no scares

Bhusan Patel's film makes for an agonizing watch. The acting is gorier than the plot, and the writing paler than the faces

08 Feb 2019

Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga Review: More cliche, less pride 

 Director Shelly Chopra Dhar's debut film is a traditional Bollywood fare painting over with a rainbow

01 Feb 2019

Thackeray Review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui soars over a volatile biopic

Though unceasingly aggressive, Abhijit Panse’s uproarious biopic on Bal Thackeray is still an affectionate portrait

25 Jan 2019

Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi Review - Carnage, Kangana Ranaut-style

The film starts off as a biopic, but soon derails into a surreal showdown of unbridled rage

25 Jan 2019

Soni Review: A deep, explorative peek into our gender biases 

Amid stories that pit women against one other to horrifying effect, Soni is a breath of fresh air

18 Jan 2019

Poll

Should a film be deemed good as long as it conveys a socially relevant message?

Result
Yes. Films spark conversations about such topics
No. Films should stay in their own lane
I don't care as long as it entertains me