Articles by Anna MM Vetticad
Oct 18, 2018
Badhaai Ho movie review: Neena Gupta, Ayushmann Khurrana & Co redefine warmth in Sai Paranjpye/Basu Chatterjee styleArray
Oct 12, 2018
Helicopter Eela movie review: Kajol over-acts, Riddhi Sen is top-notch in a funny but superficial Mom comWhen a feminist venture like Pradeep Sarkar's Helicopter Eela stumbles in the writing of its central female character, you know you have a problem.
Oct 05, 2018
Andhadhun movie review: Tabu-Radhika-Ayushmann rock, and Sriram Raghavan is a superstarSriram Raghavan's Andhadhun should rank among the most fascinating and fun suspense thrillers ever to emerge from Bollywood
Sep 23, 2018
Varathan movie review: Fahadh Faasil-Aishwarya Lekshmi are cast in a downward spiral from feminist brilliance to patriarchal clichésArray
Sep 21, 2018
Manto movie review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui is the best he has ever been in Nandita Das' stirring portrait of a geniusNandita Das makes her Manto a stirring, sensitive portrait of a tortured genius from an era seemingly long past yet tragically mirroring our troubled present.
Sep 16, 2018
Mitron movie review: Jackky Bhagnani spoils the day, Kritika Kamra deserves another shot at filmdomEverything noteworthy fades into insignificance in the face of the overall lack of energy in Kritika Kamra and Jackky Bhagnani's Mitron
Sep 09, 2018
Ranam (Detroit Crossing) movie review: Prithviraj Sukumaran! Prithviraj Sukumaran! Prithviraj Sukumaran!Without Prithviraj Sukumaran, Ranam would have been a run-of-the-mill crime story packaged with technical finesse
Sep 08, 2018
Theevandi movie review: Tovino Thomas romances the cigarette in a well begun but half done political satireTheevandi starts well but saunters along from the interval onwards as the writer seemingly does not quite know how to take his concept forward.
Sep 06, 2018
Halkaa movie review: Potty training gets sanitised and superficial, this is Toilet: Ek Flimsy KathaHalkaa tries to be a children’s satire, but flounders from the word go.
Aug 31, 2018
Stree movie review: Raj Kummar Rao & Co are a hoot, Shraddha Kapoor is nicely intimidating in an unusual horror flickStree is like a blind date that turns out well - a tryst with the unexpected, a thought-provoking laughathon, and one of the most unusual films of the year so far.