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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

Bombairiya Review: A wild whodunnit goose chase

The unending speculation, and the skill of the narrative to keep you in equal parts riveted and intrigued, are great, but the director could have cut down on the number of twists and turns

18 Jan 2019

Fraud Saiyaan Review: A disconcerting watch in the time of #MeToo

For all the B-movie debauchery and flatulence humour, there’s an uncaring flippancy to Fraud Saiyaan that occasionally soothes

18 Jan 2019

Why Cheat India review: A mostly predictable, occasionally funny social satire

Emraan Hashmi-Soumik Sen's film is neatly observed but needs more tonal clarity to be taken seriously

18 Jan 2019

The Accidental Prime Minister Review: Dreadful by design 

A fancy-dress competition served up as a feature film, this Vijay Ratnakar Gutte-directorial settles an old debate for good: Bollywood is better off without politics

11 Jan 2019

Uri: The Surgical Strike Review: Caught in the crossfire

The film, starring Vicky Kaushal and Paresh Rawal, plays out in the precarious sub-genre of the 'well-made' propaganda

10 Jan 2019

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