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Neeli Review: A cringe-inducing borefest

A regressive and outdated horrory mystery with an awkward and plodding narrative

Published on 12th August 2018

Arjun Kapoor begins shooting for Raj Kumar Gupta's India's Most Wanted

The film's director Raj Kumar Gupta has earlier directed films like No One Killed Jessica and Raid 

Published on 11th August 2018

The Spy Who Dumped Me Review: Mindless, lowbrow entertainment

If you’re looking to kill two hours with entertainment that doesn’t require you to think too much and makes you laugh here and there, then this may well be the film to do it with 

Published on 11th August 2018

Rajkumar Hirani lashes out at Sanju critics, denies whitewashing Sanjay Dutt in film 

The makers of Sanju have been fielding allegations ever since the film on the tumultuous life of actor Sanjay Dutt hit the screens

Published on 12th August 2018

My primary focus will be Malayalam films: Dulquer Salmaan

After his acting debut in the 2012 Malayalam film Second Show, the actor starred in several films in his native language and then dabbled in Tamil, Telugu and now Hindi with Karwaan

Published on 12th August 2018

Srinivasa Kalyanam Review: A cliche-ridden film that lacks soul

The film doesn’t work because it relies too heavily on lectures, cliches and stereotypes

Published on 10th August 2018

Loudspeaker Review: A refreshing take on an age-old debate about modern communication

The film raises a lot of questions such as: Are social networking sites a potent weapon? Are they destroying human values?

Published on 10th August 2018

Pyaar Prema Kaadhal Review: A gratifying musical modelled on the modern relationship

A film that comfortably joins the list of Kollywood's best musicals 

Published on 10th August 2018

Christopher Robin Review: An endearing film about child in each of us 

The kind of Disney adaptation that is bound to bring a feeling of warmth to your heart

Published on 10th August 2018

Vishwaroopam 2 Review: A satisfying sequel that fills the gaps right and does a bit more 

An intriguing sequel which is better seen as a completion of the first film than as a continuation

Published on 10th August 2018

The Meg Review: An underwater adventure that barely makes a ripple

For a film directed by the maker of the National Treasure series, this sci-fi thriller is clearly out of Jon Turteltaub's comfort zone

Published on 10th August 2018

Lashtam Pashtam Review: As formless and meaningless as the title 

A film even a self-taught first-time filmmaker would be embarrassed with.

Published on 10th August 2018
Karwaan

'People were curious about Dulquer even before Karwaan'

While agreeing that Irrfan Khan's presence was a big draw, director Akarsh Khurana also believes Dulquer had an impact on the film's reception

Published on 9th August 2018

Ms Representation: The vulnerable, yet strong woman

This weekly column is a rumination on how women are portrayed in cinema and this week the author talks about Chi La Sow and its realistic female lead

Published on 7th August 2018

A sophomore effort seven years in the making

Director Sri Balaji, of Kullanari Kootam-fame, talks about his latest film Enga Kaatula Mazhai

Published on 6th August 2018

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