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When Batman spoke for Bagheera: Christian Bale on lending voice in Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle

The actor talks about why he undergoes physical transformations, how different the voice of Bagheera is from that of Batman's, how Jungle Book has a lot of subtext that is relevant even now

30 Nov 2018

2.0 Review: Technical wizardry looks to mask a disappointingly uninspired film

2.0 is a technical achievement,you only wish that all the technical wizardry were backed by something less repetitive, less uninspired

29 Nov 2018

Vandi Review: A wholly trying, partly offensive film that isn’t redeemed by its hyperlink narrative

The individual moments in Vandi are dull, the dialogues cumbersome, and the problems and resolutions quite unexciting

23 Nov 2018

  Television is taking the risks cinema isn’t: Diego Luna

The actor who plays the ambitious Mexican drug lord, Felix Gallardo, in Netflix’s Narcos: Mexico which started streaming last Friday, talks about the show 

20 Nov 2018

Kaatrin Mozhi Review: A risk-free, saccharine remake

It’s rarely that a remake improves upon the original, and almost never when handled by a different director

16 Nov 2018

Michael Peña on Narcos: Mexico and his foray into television

The actor, who plays DEA agent, Kiki Camarena, in Narcos: Mexico that’s streaming on Netflix, talks about the series

15 Nov 2018

Sarkar review: Vijay propaganda hinders this film from realising its potential

Sarkar is Murugadoss trying really hard to project Vijay as a political force

07 Nov 2018

Mumbai Musings: Day 7 - The fictional women of MAMI 2018

The columnist writes about his experiences of Day 7 at the ongoing Mumbai Film Festival

02 Nov 2018

Mumbai Musings: Day 6 - Learning patience from cinema 

The columnist writes about his experiences of Day 6 at the ongoing Mumbai Film Festival

31 Oct 2018

Mumbai Musings Day 5: The thematic similarities in BlacKkKlansman and Bhonsle

The columnist writes about his experiences of Day 5 at the ongoing Mumbai Film Festival

30 Oct 2018

Mumbai Musings: Day 4 - A film on the unsung heroes of our families 

The columnist writes about his experiences of Day 4 at the ongoing Mumbai Film Festival

05 Nov 2018

Mumbai Musings: Day 3 - #MeToo and a film reflecting the regressive responses to the movement in India

The columnist writes about his experiences of Day 3 at the ongoing Mumbai Film Festival

28 Oct 2018

Mumbai Musings: Day 2 - Two different women, two similar problems

The columnist writes about Day 2 of the ongoing Mumbai Film Festival 

27 Oct 2018

Mumbai Musings: Day 1 -A film on society, and a session on how society consumes films

The columnist talks about how the ongoing Mumbai Film Festival has thrown up the sort of raw visuals you could scarcely hope to catch in an Indian cinema hall

26 Oct 2018

Vada Chennai Review: A gritty, even if rushed, gangster drama with unforgettable stretches 

It is tempting to think of Vada Chennai as being Vetri Maaran’s Kaala. The passion in the voice may not be as all-consuming, but there’s more colour in characters, more grit in the setting

17 Oct 2018

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