Articles by Tanul Thakur
Jan 24, 2016
Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3 review: Forget pornography or comedy, this is just a terrible filmEven most 12 year olds will struggle to find anything of value in Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3.
Jan 23, 2016
Airlift review: The biggest star in this film is not Akshay Kumar; it's the film itself, flaws and allAirlift also often sweats the small stuff, and does it remarkably well. The film is not just about Indians in Kuwait, but also Kuwaitis in Kuwait.
Jan 18, 2016
The Hateful Eight review: Too simple for Tarantino; his eighth film is engaging but averageThe Hateful Eight is definitely not an incompetent effort, but, at the same time, it doesn’t offer enough evidence that the filmmaker’s further evolved
Jan 16, 2016
The Danish Girl review: This Eddie Redmayne starrer tries too hard to be perfectTom Hooper’s The Danish Girl is about a man’s quest to find himself, or, more appropriately, as it soon becomes clear, herself.
Jan 09, 2016
Chauranga review: Simplistic and earnest, yet this Sanjay Suri-starrer lacks a punchAlso, with the runtime of only 85 minutes, Chauranga feels overcrowded with characters and subplots
Jan 08, 2016
Wazir review: This predictable and silly Amitabh, Farhan starrer tries too hardThe main problem with Wazir is not that it’s silly but that it tries too hard to be profound.
Dec 28, 2015
From 'Dil Dhadakne Do' to 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan': Most powerful moments from Indian films in 2015Some moments in films are so powerful that they remain with us long after the end credits roll.
Dec 26, 2015
Star Wars: The Force Awakens review: The force is average in this much-awaited filmStar Wars: The Force Awakens could have been more memorable had it striven for a more inventive narrative, especially in its climax.
Dec 19, 2015
Bajirao Mastani review: It is a regular love story and not very ambitious, but the film satisfies its audienceBajirao Mastani, a regular love story devoid of a convincing, rounded antagonist, is neither particularly ambitious nor audacious.
Dec 18, 2015
Dilwale review: Rohit Shetty's trump card, the Shah Rukh-Kajol jodi, falls flatThe Shahrukh Khan and Kajol starrer Dilwale prompts just one question: How bad can a bad film be?