Take Your Pills review: Netflix docu explores usage of prescription medicines, and how it's a global crisis
Netflix documentary Take Your Pills only rekindles the dreaded thought that we’re all being played and treated as lab rats by the modern world Sauron that is the pharma industry.
The problem with Baywatch is that it doesn’t try hard enough to be funny, it’s as if the director Seth Gordon expects people to be happy just by the good-looking cast.
The fifth day of the 18th Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival 2016 was a war zone, much like the Egyptian film Clash.
Being a Pixar film, there’s just too much fun to be had and cuteness to be adored in 'Finding Dory'
The Angry Birds Movie is a nice diversion from Disney’s super large scale animation films.
The Man Who Knew Infinity chronicles Srinivasa Ramanujan’s (Dev Patel) life from humble beginnings to being invited to Cambridge by GH Hardy (Jeremy Irons)
Drishyam, directed by Nishikanth Kamat, is in a perpetual loop of rise and fall
The crassness is hardly the worst thing about Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho – that honor goes to the snail like pace and the two and a half hour run time
What makes Dil Dhadakne Do so enjoyable is not just the dysfunctional family plot, but the likable characters
Ghaywan, fresh off the plane from Cannes, spoke to Mihir Fadnavis about the origins of Masaan
Chaar Cutting is a true blue indie film; an anthology comprising four short films
Bombay Velvet is no historical sermon. It’s a love story, pure and simple.
Director Olivier Megaton and his writers make zero effort to bring anything new to the table with Taken 3.
Shaikh has also written the underrated dark comedy Ghanchakkar. He spoke to Mihir Fadnavis about Bollywood, Queen and the mystery behind Ghanchakkar.