Articles by Udita Jhunjhunwala
Nov 16, 2017
An Insignificant Man movie review: A fascinating, voyeuristic docu on the ascent of Arvind KejriwalAn Insignificant Man: Rarely can a documentary make your forget that you are watching something real, non-fictional and simply sweep you away with its storytelling
Nov 10, 2017
Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana movie review: Even Rajkummar Rao cannot rescue this romantic dramaA mash up of Badrinath Ki Dulhania and Bareilly Ki Barfi, Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana is one romantic drama that even Rajkummar Rao’s reliable performance cannot rescue
Nov 05, 2017
Rajkummar Rao's unrivalled rise: LSD to Newton, the actor's blazed a triumphant trailRajkummar Rao on making movies, why niche is the new 'mass', and how Bollywood's found its latest 'Switzerland' in India's small towns | #FWeekend
Nov 02, 2017
Ribbon movie review: Kalki Koechlin, Sumeet Vyas' invested performances tie this film togetherThough are some moments of note, if Ribbon works at all, it is credit to Kalki Koechlin’s and Sumeet Vyas’ committed and convincing performances.
Oct 20, 2017
Golmaal Again movie review: Rohit Shetty gives this mindless comedy brand new lease of lifeGolmaal Again is the most enjoyable of the four Golmaal films because there is actually a plot and the by-now-familiar characters are less annoying.
Oct 17, 2017
In The Shadows movie review: Manoj Bajpayee's performance has shades of tour de force Aligarh actIn the Shadows is a psychological drama that, unlike its secretly voyeuristic characters, stares straight into the souls where abuse and tragedy have dug deep and painful roots.
Oct 17, 2017
Victor’s History movie review: This film about colonialism, identity has realistic feel but static plotVictor's History rises to the challenge of putting together a proud indie, micro-budget narrative experience, but there is not much to its plot
Oct 16, 2017
The Square movie review: Starring Claes Bang, Elizabeth Moss, this satire combines comedy, discomfortThe Square, starring Claes Bang and Elizabeth Moss is a sum of its parts, rather than being a seamless whole. What makes it memorable are its characters, social commentary and milieu — upper class Sweden
Oct 15, 2017
What Will People Say movie review: This Norwegian-Urdu drama is painstakingly craftedWhat Will People Say is a coming-of-age tale that follows a young girl’s tumultuous life as she tries to survive in a world rife with cultural clashes.
Oct 14, 2017
Machines movie review: Rahul Jain's documentary offers sharp comment on inequality, dehumanisationIn his documentary Machines, writer-director Rahul Jain juxtaposes the word of the worker with that of the mill owner