Evil Eye and Nocturne review: Blumhouse’s double feature illustrates horrors of Indian matchmaking and sibling rivalry
If you are curating a Halloween movie marathon, I would advise skipping the four features of Welcome to the Blumhouse altogether.
In spite of all the research, Hansal Mehta's show never quite transports us into Harshad Mehta's mind.
Gajraj Rao, Ranvir Shorey, Yashpal Sharma, Nidhi Singh, and Vijay Raaz work some punch into the lifeless material.
Hostages Season 2 review: This racy Disney+ Hotstar show is hit-or-miss, but the twists and turns may hold you captive
Hostages is the sort of show that takes generous liberties with logic and possibilities, but that hardly comes in the way of you moving to the next episode.
Fujifilm Instax Mini LiPlay hybrid camera review: The best product in the Instax line-up so far | FOMO Episode 1
With new launches and developments in the tech world taking place almost everyday, the latest news can be really hard to keep up with. Like they say, FOMO aka the Fear of Mission Out, is real!
Pankaj Sekhsaria’s Nanoscale shines a light on how society influences research at India’s premier science institutes
Pankaj Sekhsaria takes us inside laboratories in India to show how the research inside these labs can’t be disconnected from the societal realities India lives with
Aashram review: Prakash Jha returns to the UP badlands in an insightful show with Bobby Deol as a scheming godman
Once you get past the excess, Aashram is a window into the wild world that straddles new-age communities and the underlying depravity.
Bandish Bandits review: Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy's brilliant soundtrack anchors Amazon Prime Video's romantic musical
Bandish Bandits fails to successfully meld its musical largesse with the narrative scope of the show.
Pavsacha Nibandh review: Nagraj Manjule overturns romanticism of rains with a simple tale on social inequity
Pavsacha Nibandh packs bucketloads of rainy atmospherics and brims with ideas that are given ample time to settle gradually in the audience’s mind.
The Baby-Sitters Club review: Netflix adaptation perfectly blends feel-good nostalgia with prevalent social issues
The Baby-Sitters Club holds its own and grants each character the necessary space to grow, while simultaneously tugging at moments of pure joy
On Becoming a God in Central Florida review: Kirsten Dunst raucously dismantles sandcastle of the American Dream
In the show On Becoming a God in Central Florida revolves, a single mother resolves to take down a marketing company responsible for her family's downfall.
A bold, praiseworthy initiative on paper, Rasbhari takes a miserable fall in its implementation
Besides its geeky allure, a key to the success of Dark Season 3 lies in the mystery lurking beneath the mundane.
Bhonsle movie review: Devashish Makhija's fascinating character study is enriched by Manoj Bajpayee’s performance
Bhonsle is a sombre, little film with tempered ambition and a strong backbone.
Aarya review: Sushmita Sen holds together Ram Madhvani's show, a welcome detour from soulless fast-paced thrillers
Aarya enters the inner sanctum of a business house with a crooked moral compass.
How 13 Reasons Why stands firm in its motto of 'love over hate,' despite grave personal loss, mental trauma
The 13 Reasons Why season finale says very less in terms of plot progression, but speaks volumes on mental health
Chromatica review: Lady Gaga returns to familiar turf of disco-pop with new album that has a slight hint of novelty
Chromatica is the sixth studio album released by Lady Gaga, whose last album was Joanna in 2016.
Douglas review: Hannah Gadsby's Nanette follow-up poses acrid social commentary without compromising on the laughs
Not a one to mince her words, Hannah Gadsby even provides a conclusive insight into what Douglas stands for — an unabashed portrayal of her inner weathering
Space Force review: New Greg Daniels comedy is one small misstep for Steve Carell, one giant flop for Netflix
In The Office, characters that seemed one-note became multi-faceted when paired together. The same cannot be said of Space Force.
The Eddy review: Brilliant music and expertly crafted characters stumble as they dance to the tunes of a half-baked plot
The Eddy weaves together stories of well-written characters at a Parisian jazz club. But as music takes centre stage, the plot struggles.