Despite the lofty standards set by its illustrious predecessor, the Oppo Enco X2 manages to raise the performance bar further and moves into the big leagues.
Indian Predator: The Butcher of Delhi: Frustrating Netflix true crime series retells a chilling case without any purpose
Over three exposition-heavy episodes, Indian Predator: The Butcher of Delhi turns out to be the kind of middling true-crime outing where the storytelling is far less thrilling than the story at the center of it.
The SonyLiv family drama Salt City proves to be a comprehensive misfire, despite a bright start and some enterprising performances.
Feels Like Home review: Prit Kamani, Anshuman Malhotra, Mihir Ahuja and Vishnu Kaushal take a shot at adulting
Feels Like Home is a compact production that hinges on the chemistry of the housemates and easy repartee.
The Realme Buds Air 3 does better than its predecessor, the Buds Air 2, in almost every department for a small premium.
Metal Lords, co-written by Game of Thrones scribe DB Weiss, fails when it tries to tap into the more universal aspects of the adolescent experience.
A Hero movie review: Asghar Farhadi delivers a tale about ethics and integrity with a fairly engaging script
A Hero lacks the verve of A Separation and the emotional gravitas of The Salesman but as a generic social drama, it has its heart in the right place.
Slow Horses review: Gary Oldman delivers yet another memorable performance in Apple TV's espionage drama
By the time you have fallen for the plot and the world Slow Horses, you would have fallen for Gary Oldman as well. Or vice-versa.
Bridgerton Season 2 review: Bland and forced romance makes the follow-up pale in comparison to the predecessor
There is not a lot that separates the second season of Bridgerton, from a formulaic, hammy, '90s Bollywood family drama.
Apharan Season 2 review: Arunoday Singh returns in a kitschy drama that'll keep you hooked till the end
Apharan Season 2 shows streaming dramas are opting for progressively complicated plots to keep viewers involved right till the end.
The French Dispatch movie review: Wes Anderson celebrates journalism in a clever and visually sumptuous way
The French Dispatch is Wes Anderson’s homage to magazine journalism. It demands the viewer’s absolute attention, just like reading a long-form article.
Eternally Confused and Eager For Love review: Yet another addition to the list of emotionally vacant high-aesthetic shows
The show co-produced by Farhan Akhtar and Zoya Akhtar among others is in the extreme Urban Hindi comfort zone, where the story is watchable, the characters super relatable, and nearly nothing is memorable.
The lead characters' relationship in WeCrashed seems both toxic and endearing at the same time, primarily because of the two actors.
Bloody Brothers review: Jaideep Ahlawat, Zeeshan Ayyub show belatedly arrives at a fine blend of crime and comedy
Bloody Brothers does just enough, in the end, to keep the audience engaged and on the edge of their seats.
This wireless neckband speaker is a unique product with limited utility value for now but I wouldn’t brush it off just yet.
Space Force Season 2 review: Slight course-correction after rocky lift-off still yields uneven returns
Space Force Season 2 review: The new season’s attempt at course-correction after a rocky lift-off only tilts things to watchable levels.
Mrs. Wilson review: Ruth Wilson, Iain Glen, Anupam Kher impress in intriguing saga of a spy who led too many lives
The espionage drama unravels against a backdrop of adventure and brims with mush, melodrama, and mystery, entertaining despite its dark, sadder edges.
Cow review: Andrea Arnold's observational documentary is a curiously liberating study of bovine heart
Andrea Arnold follows Luma, a cow, for four years at an English dairy farm in this observational documentary – chronicling her daily life in stark detail. The result is a surprisingly moving allegory of feminine identity.
The Devil Judge review: K-drama on Netflix loses sharpness along the way, yet makes for a worthy watch
While The Devil Judge protagonist Yohan may not have the charisma of transgressive heroes like Vincenzo, he is still fun to watch and his nemesis is one of the most charismatic villains of the K-drama in recent times.
Harry Potter Reunion Special review: Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint return home, and so do we
Just like with home and family, as you grow older, you see the flaws and the terrible political stances and just the cringe photo albums, but you still look forward to visiting home. The Harry Potter reunion special is much like that.