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Dakini Review: A daring, comics-influenced madcap adventure

Rahul Riji Nair's second film is a fun family entertainer that manages to be unconventional while still staying within the limitations of the genre

19 Oct 2018

Badhaai Ho Review: The old guard stands tall in a tale of love, sex and everything in between

 Badhaai Ho is not a film that works despite its cliches. It is a film that works because of it.

19 Oct 2018

Jalebi Review: An extremely ineffective melodrama

Filled with laughable coincidences, a penchant for melodrama, and an unnecessary romanticisation of love and heartbreak, Jalebi fails to make any sort of serious impression.

12 Oct 2018

Tumbbad Review: Arthouse horror mounted as big-screen spectacle

Tumbbad is perennially split between atmospheric indie and big-screen spectacle, reaffirming an old fear about the Bollywood bastardisation of region-specific stories.

12 Oct 2018

Helicopter Eela Review: Promising premise, gimmicky grammar

Pradeep Sarkar’s new film, Helicopter Eela, starring Kajol and Riddhi Sen, is an old hashtag in a new post

12 Oct 2018

LoveYatri Review: Unduly long, cliche-ridden, below-par bore fest

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

Andhadhun Review: Sriram Raghavan's new film is a blind date with movie magic 

The film is profusely thrilling, stringing together ingenious set-pieces and populating them with wry, dubious characters. 

05 Oct 2018

Village Rockstars Review: An intimate snapshot of rural yearning

Rima Das' National Award-winning film captures childhood in rural Assam with magical camerawork and immersive sound design

29 Sep 2018

Sui Dhaaga Review: Championing the underdog

A true underdog story that relies more on its poignant moments than its predictably hopeful ones

28 Sep 2018

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