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Mary Queen of Scots Review: Fascinating dual-character study of two powerful women in a world of men

Rich in history and paced like a period thriller with dark symbolism, the film is a fascinating dramatisation of one of the most crucial political periods of the sixteenth century

Published on 1st February 2019

Irupathiyonnaam Noottaandu Review: Well-intentioned and charming, but overlong

The film doesn't break any new ground in terms of storytelling, but it also doesn't take itself too seriously

Published on 25th January 2019

Kedarnath Review: Sara Ali Khan's debut film fails to make a splash

Director Abhishek Kapoor tackles two difficult subjects — interfaith romance, natural calamity — in a film pulled down by clunky writing and horrible CGI

Published on 7th December 2018

Kedarnath is a genuine effort to create harmony: Abhishek Kapoor

The filmmaker speaks about his upcoming love story set against the backdrop of the 2013 North Indian flash floods

Published on 28th November 2018

Bharath and Priya Bhavani Shankar in a Kavithalayaa web series

Though the crew, title and streaming platform of the project have been kept under wraps, a reliable source reveals that the series went on floors on Monday

Published on 12th November 2018

Harmony With AR Rahman: Discovering the sounds of India

Sruti Harihara Subramaniam, talks about her new musical documentary, Harmony With AR Rahman, which marks the composer's web series debut 

Published on 14th August 2018

Mulk banned in Pakistan, say makers; director urges viewers to watch it 'illegally'

The Federal Censor Board of Pakistan has banned the film, a courtroom drama around restoring the honour of a Muslim family accused of treason

Published on 3rd August 2018

Ishaan Khatter: Working in Dhadak was more about adapting after Beyond the Clouds

The actor's role in his upcoming flick Dhadak which is a far cry from Majid Majidi's dark drama.

Published on 14th July 2018

First Clap final five shorts to be screened from June 29

The competition, created to identify potential filmmakers, was a great success in its first iteration, with 250 entries and the winning short films were screened across 170 theatres in 40 cities

Published on 26th June 2018

Marathi films more appealing to youngsters now: Madhuri Dixit

The actor is making her debut in Marathi cinema with Bucket List

Published on 27th May 2018

Loving Vincent: A loving tribute in its purest form

There are moments when Loving Vincent comes to life and transcends its gimmick by interesting us in plot and detail.

Published on 3rd November 2017

Kurangu Bommai: Another efficient film from the Vidharth stable

It’s Vidharth's ability to remain quietly in the shadows, to be content playing your average man on the streets that makes Kurangu Bommai the gritty, realistic film that it is

Published on 1st September 2017

Viceroy’s House: More personal than historical  

The film works at some level only if viewed as a part-personal, part-historical narrative. There could be disappointment in store if seen primarily through the prism of history

Published on 18th August 2017

Satish Kaushik's film wins at London film fest

Billion Colour Story has bagged prizes at many other international festivals as well

Published on 1st July 2017

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