Suggesting that Jennifer Aniston can only be happy if she's with a man, married or in a relationship is not only a perfect example of everyday sexism, it is also shortsighted.
Love Per Square Foot review: This Netflix film feels like a breezy Bombay version of YRF's Band Baaja Baaraat
Love Per Square Foot is what happens when you have an authentic setting, a stellar cast, the right intentions and good writing all mixed into one film.
Padmaavat is a safe, predictable film — with great performances and visuals — that leaves you wanting more.
What is the difference between a bad date and sexual assault? And how do you know when you're crossing the line?
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How visit to Frejus, Saint Raphael and Monaco (and not Paris) led to a love affair with France
It's a tight, crisp debut by Abhay Chopra, and while Sonakshi and Siddharth both play their parts well, the real star of Ittefaq is Akshaye Khanna
Did Kangana Ranaut really visit the State Commission for women, like she claims?
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Varun Dhawan stars as twins-separated-at-birth in Judwaa 2, a reprise of the Salman Khan hit from the '90s
Jia aur Jia: Finally a film on female friendships that isn't stereotypical (no cat fights, thank god)
What if everybody's favorite cafe in Friends, Central Perk was actually a dingy Irani cafe serving bun muska and chai?
Narcos season 3 is dominated by engaging conversations, and not by action sequences. You don't miss Pablo Escobar (too much), with a nail-biting narrative to binge on.
If you've seen the trailer of A Gentleman, both Sidharth Malhotra and Jacqueline Fernandez have performed in a manner we've never seen before
Toilet: Ek Prem Katha is about Keshav, played by Akshay Kumar and Jaya, played by Pednekar and deals with the issue of open defecation. Stay tuned for updates from our live review!
Jab Harry Met Sejal, starring Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma, involves travel, profound human experiences and a sometimes humorous exploration of emotions.
Inside Edge review: A saucy insider take on the edgy world of cricket, movies and the lust for power
Inside Edge is truly a guilty pleasure watch, because it lends itself well to the TV format.
Tubelight is a platform for Salman Khan to show that he can act. A large part of the credit for this goes to Kabir Khan.
If Judwaa, No Entry and pretty much every Anil Kapoor film from the 2000s were mashed together, you would get Mubarakan.
The tone of Katy Perry's Witness is very evidently one-dimensional. While some tracks are memorable, some don't strike a chord.