Having seen Tigmanshu Dhulia's earlier works like Haasil, Saheb Biwi aur Gangster, and Paan Singh Tomar, it is hard to believe that he also made this film.
Kappela is alluring and visually pretty, but progressive it absolutely is not.
Gulabo Sitabo is a slow burn — like October — despite its sense of humour, mischievous characters and the tongue firmly placed in its cheek.
Tovino Thomas on Hindutva groups wrecking his film set: 'I believe this is the first and last time such a thing will happen in Kerala'
A church created for the set of Tovino Thomas' film Minnal Murali was damaged by Hindutva groups in Kalady in Kerala’s Ernakulam district.
Parvathy interview: On coping with depression, how proud she is of Kerala during the pandemic and why every Indian should see Virus
Parvathy discusses her home state Kerala’s response to COVID-19 and lessons from Virus, which is based on the true story of Kerala’s handling of a Nipah outbreak in 2018.
Khan had been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer in 2018 that had kept him away from his beloved craft for over a year till he shot Angrezi Medium, the film that would turn out to be his last bow.
Veembu movie review: Wannabe Angamaly Diaries with a nice concept but lacking depth, coolth and the smarts
Veembu is so vacuous and boring, it is not even worthy of anger.
You might imagine that trolls are too preoccupied with their Corona-related bile to care about everyday misogyny. Wishful thinking. Since the hanging of the four men convicted in the 2012 Delhi gangrape this weekend, the Army of Animosity has found time to pop open bottles of virtual champagne to celebrate the rapists’ deaths while also turning on those who oppose capital punishment for rape | Anna MM Vetticad writes
Ayyappanum Koshiyum movie review: Prithviraj and Biju Menon are made-for-each-other sparring partners
Ayyappanum Koshiyum (Ayyappan and Koshy) is Driving Licence with caste inequity added to class differences.
Love Aaj Kal movie review: Sara Ali Khan is saddled with Kartik Aaryan and Imtiaz Ali's mind-numbing script
Love Aaj Kal 2020 is so godawfully boring, contrived and wannabe that it provoked some very unspiritual, unholy feelings in me.
There is absolutely nothing by which to recommend Siddique's Big Brother.
Aadukalam, Andhadhun, Sairat, Kammatipaadam, Mahanati, Village Rockstars: 100 great Indian films of the 2010s
Here is a list of 100 great films that India produced in the 2010s
Best Mollywood Films 2019: Kumbalangi Nights, Virus, Unda and more in perhaps the best year ever for God’s Own Cinema
This is a list of the best films in what has been a fabulous year for the film industry headquartered in Kerala.
Thrissur Pooram movie review: Jayasurya expends his talent on grimacing through brutal, generic gang wars
The story of Thrissur Pooram is hard to recall because there is so little of it.
Driving Licence movie review: Prithviraj is terrific in a captivating drama on pride and pettiness, fandom and fury
Each time you think you have cracked Driving Licence, it takes a surprising turn.
Jack & Daniel movie review: Dileep-Arjun Sarja team up for some silly, unoriginal but tolerable timepass
Jack & Daniel picks up post-interval when the screenplay has the protagonists playing off each other instead of showing them operate in separate spaces
If Pranaya Meenukalude Kadal's problematic gender politics is one nail in its coffin, the other is its stilted storytelling.
Nalpathiyonnu (41) movie review: Lal Jose takes a Communist to Sabarimala but plays it safe from then on
Nalpathiyonnu (41) does make some interesting observations about the challenge of being opposed to religion when your loved ones are culturally and socially rooted in it.
Bala movie review: Ayushmann-Bhumi crackle and pop while slamming bias...till the film reveals its own prejudice
If this film had no Latika and the humour of the opening half had been maintained in the second, Bala would have been near perfect.