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Indrans' poignant performance powers this tale of self-acceptance
With Christmas just around the corner, it is that season when Hollywood churns out feel-good films that exude fun and familiarity.
... says a visibly delighted GK Vishnu, the cinematographer who has made an impressive debut with Mersal
90 ML avoids the cliches you would expect in a commercial potboiler but the film runs out of steam in the second half
This "message-driven science fiction" makes you wonder science was fiction after all, and the only message that gets delivered is unintentional gags
The film isn’t a satire, but a comedy that attempts to prod your brain, in much the same way as Balaji’s debut film LKG did
The film is a routine commercial entertainer, meant for the masses
This is not the sort of film that sticks with you, but an ample amount of fun can be had with it if you have the patience for it
A newage dark humour that works only in parts
Ekkees Tareekh Shubh Muhurat adds to the growing clutter of flaky social dramas that milk small-town milieus to hide their glaring outdateness.
The film, which should really have just remained a drama, tries so much to be a masala film
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
An interesting and debatable story of a live-in couple that depicts their sweet and sour moments
Purportedly based on a real man, RAW is singular in its ambition of making the most of patriot season
To be honest, there are seveal student skits that are more engaging than this 'comedy'; how many times can you repeat the same joke before it stops being funny?
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