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Gone Kesh Review
Gone Kesh Review: A simple slice-of-life story, sweetly sold by Shweta Tripathi

In Gone Kesh, debutant Qasim Khallow keeps his filmmaking straightforward, with no urgency to impress; the asides are sweet and the performances likable

29 Mar 2019

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Junglee Review: Elephants and Vidyut Jammwal’s stunts salvage this safari

While the actor does stand tall amidst some patchy writing, and even patchier staging, Junglee receives more than just a shot in the arm with the presence of the innumerable elephants

29 Mar 2019

Notebook Review: Bad writing sinks this passable romance 

Despite cinematographer Manoj Kumar Khatoi painting some pretty frames, the film remains empty

29 Mar 2019

Roar of the lion: This ode to CSK doesn’t quite hit its highs

Loyalty is celebrated in this Hotstar documentary on the defending Indian Premier League champions, Chennai Super Kings

22 Mar 2019

 Kesari Review: Akshay Kumar and team put up a tedious fight

This film matches up neatly with the present mood in Indian cinema, but lacks the required craft: the writing is drab and the pace halting

22 Mar 2019

Delhi Crime Review: A gritty retelling of the Nirbhaya incident that both humanises and glorifies the Delhi Police

The strength of this procedural drama lies in the performances, the nuanced characters, and the dialogues

22 Mar 2019

Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota Review: A joyous action-comedy

Vasan Bala's film takes us back to the primal feeling of childhood fantasy, and urges us to return for an immediate rewatch

22 Mar 2019

Mere Pyaare Prime Minister Review
Mere Pyare Prime Minister Review: An uproariously funny & soul-crushingly poignant film of high social relevance

Containing elements of humour, pathos, triumph, and tragedy, the socially relevant Mere Pyare Prime Minister is a film not be missed

16 Mar 2019

Milan Talkies Review: Tigmanshu Dhulia's film insults movie nostalgia 

This small-town romance is muddled and stretched, and wastes some great cameos

15 Mar 2019

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