In Rocky Handsome, the action seems to govern the emotions, spinning a lean mean saga .
For those who thought Vicky Kaushal’s Masaan act last year was just a one-off flash in the pan affair, Zubaan is an eye-opener.
In Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive the actors are all blessed with good comic timing but the jokes are not aimed well enough
The author gives you a rare insight into each of the films, Sanjay Leela Bhansali has offered to date
It seems Shah Rukh Khan has learnt no lessons from his debacle last Christmas when he chose to release Dilwale with Bajirao Mastani.
Girish Taurani tries hard to be Mumbai’s Justin Timberlake in Loveshhuda. Instead he ends up being the poor man’s Ayushman Khurrana
Guru Dutt's 'Pyaasa' completes 58 years: Mala Sinha's character in this classic was ahead of her time
Mala Sinha’s Meena in Pyaasa is one of the most complex female protagonists in Hindi cinema.
"A rough-edged but well-intended new short-film on AIDS awareness entitled (aids+b)2 caught my attention"
When playing the cold-hearted Beghun in Fitoor, we realize what a heavy price Tabu has paid for being a formidable actress.
A film likes Fitoor demands a strong performance and Katrina's act will be viewed with a magnifying glass.
Sanam Re needs to make a relatively small amount at the box-office to be considered a profit earner. And therein lies Divya Kumar Khosla intelligence.
Fitoor Review: What the Dickens? Aditya Roy Kapur, Katrina star in a beautiful but disappointing adaptation
Fitoor is one of the most disappointing literary adaptations ever attempted in Indian cinema.
The author hopes that Kapoor & Sons doesn’t squander the opportunity to play up its astonishing star cast in exchange of a mundane love triangle
All three Khans have pulled up their socks in 2016. Shah Rukh Khan in Fan and Raees. Ditto Salman in Sultan and Aamir in Dangal.
Parineeti Chopra returns to the big screen after a year with Meri Pyaari Bindu, co-starring Ayushmann Khurrana.
While Waris Ahluwalia is in the news for being barred from a flight for wearing a turban, Irrfan Khan, Kabir Khan and Kamal Haasan have gone through this before.
'Sanam Re' vs 'Fitoor': Will you watch a breezy rom-com or an intense love story this Valentine's day?
Both Abhishek Kapoor’s Fitoor and Divya Khosla Kumar’s Sanam Re are love stories shot extensively in the snow.
“This is a huge loss. I knew Nida Fazli very closely."
To nominate Nawazuddin in the ‘supporting’ category was itself a travesty of creative justice for the Filmfare awards.