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Jun 18, 2017
G Kutta Se movie review: Heart-stopping portrayal of misogyny and murder in HaryanaG Kutta Se runs for 103 crisply edited minutes, but feels less. It does a great job of telling a solid story based on the relevant topic of honour killing.
May 07, 2017
'50 Films That Changed Bollywood' book review: Full of hits, misses and nostalgiaDilwale Dlhania Le Jayenge to Rangeela, Lagaan, Dil Chahta Hai -- Shubhra Gupta picks out the 50 films she feels changed Bollywood, in this new book
May 05, 2017
Comrade in America - CIA review round-up: Dulquer Salmaan puts on a mature performanceDulquer Salmaan returns to the silver screen as Aji Mathew, a young man with communist leanings. Will Comrade in America be a success?
Apr 13, 2017
Begum Jaan movie review LIVE: All bow down to Vidya Balan, the begum who means businessWhen the madam of a brothel, Begum Jaan (Vidya Balan) is served an eviction notice by the government as the Radcliffe Line, dividing India and Pakistan, is to pass through her property, she decides to stay on, and fight
Mar 25, 2017
CHiPs movie review: A buddy cop film that severely under delivers on comedyThe problem with CHiPs is that it follows the buddy cop formula too slavishly.
Feb 03, 2017
Nenu Local review roundup: Nani's lighthearted popcorn entertainer offers nothing newNenu Local stars Nani, Keerthi Suresh, Sachin Khedekar and Naveen Chandra. The Telugu action comedy is recommended for the youth though it lacks originality
Jan 24, 2017
Raees LIVE review: Career best for SRK and a commercial entertainer (in a good way)Raees is the quintessential commercial entertainer. It is to the credit of its director Rahul Dholakia and its leading man Shah Rukh Khan that Raees is also so much more.
Dec 16, 2016
Nanna Nenu Naa Boyfriends review round-up: Hebah Patel-Ramesh Rao film is complete entertainerNanna Nenu Naa Boyfriends is the directorial debut of Bhaskar Bandi and stars Hebah Patel and Rao Ramesh among others
Dec 16, 2016
Wajah Tum Ho movie review: Director Vishal Pandya's new erotic thriller is devoid of reasonThe writers and director of Wajah Tum Ho are serious about their story. They are earnest about crime, vengeance, hacking. They are equally serious about remixed songs, itsy-bitsy clothing, item numbers, mid-riff baring lawyers and their costume, hair and make-up budgets.
Dec 15, 2016
'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' movie review: For fans tired of the ‘formula’ in the franchiseRogue One had a lot to live up to. No only did it have to contend with matching up to the cultural phenomenon of the original trilogy, but also with the acclaim of last year’s The Force Awakens which created whole new bunch of young Star Wars fans. Luckily Rogue One does something The Force Awakens was too scared to — it ventures into new territory and traverses into a bold and dark new direction while still delivering the massive scale and action adventure mood. It’s huge, it’s action packed and it’s solid entertainment.