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Aditya Shrikrishna

Omerta Review: A straight shooting unsatisfying biopic

The film never delves into the pre-Bosnia Sheikh, instead we get bullet points of incidents that have run their course on news, TV channels and inspired scores of films in the last 25 years

05 May 2018

102 Not Out Review: A derivative work that’s inoffensive but unmemorable

The film ambles along like a chamber drama, a drama that feels like it has been directly translated from the pages without the need for direction

04 May 2018

Daas Dev Review: A dour, forgettable iteration of Devdas

A modern take on the tried and tested story of Devdas, with disinterested direction, devoid of nuance in its treatment of politics, power, and love 

27 Apr 2018

Blackmail Review: Flaccid on all fronts

This Abhinay Deo-directorial is in love with itself a little too much and thinks itself to be clever; but it involves too much work for very little pleasure

06 Apr 2018

Baaghi 2 Review: Another bad Tiger Shroff film

For a film with a tagline screaming "Rebel for Love", there is very little rebelling

30 Mar 2018

Hichki Review: Well intentioned but uninteresting

The film deals says the right things, shows the right things but only at a surface level

23 Mar 2018

Raid Review: This raid goes on and on without conflict

The film does not entertain and there is nothing that anchors the film

17 Mar 2018

Annihilation Review: Where life and destruction coexist

The film feels like a companion piece to Tarkovsky's Stalker; but where Stalker can be visually bleak and gorgeous at every turn, Annihilation has lush outlook all along

15 Mar 2018

Dil Juunglee Review: A borefest with terrible acting and filmmaking

Director Aleya Sen seems unclear about the film she wants to make, and it doesn't help that the acting in Dil Juunglee is some of the worst in recent times

09 Mar 2018

Pari - Not a Fairy Tale Review: Bases its scares on the horrifying refugee crisis

A horror film that has its heart in the right place and chooses to celebrate life

02 Mar 2018

The film that has broken the rules of Telugu cinema

We celebrate the likes of Arjun Reddy and Pelli Choopulu, which stray only slightly away from the cliches; Awe, however, is the truly brave experiment, says the writer

27 Feb 2018

300 Sridevis

If there was a book on her, it should be titled 300 Sridevis, says the writer as he talks about the late actor's versatality and incredible success across multiple film industries

25 Feb 2018

SonuKeTitu Ki Sweety Review: Luv Ranjan at his offensive best

The biggest problem with the film is probably the fact that it has no real conflict

23 Feb 2018

Aiyaary Review: A rare Neeraj Pandey bore-fest

Pandey returns with another drama dealing with the army and corruption, but is no drama to speak of and very little action too

16 Feb 2018

Pad Man Review: Pad Man is less Pad and more Man

Like Toilet, another Akshay Kumar chest-beating vehicle, Pad Man feels less like cinema and more like a public interest video

09 Feb 2018

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