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A RISKY TERRITORY, ‘GONE KESH’ GIVES BOLLYWOOD MUCH NEEDED STRENGTH

Debutante maker Qasim Khallow’s story is not only emotional, but very much rooted in the societal context Who would have thought that Bollywood considered to churn out meaningless glossy films will one day make a…

INTERESTING IN APPROACH, THE PAGES OF THIS ‘NOTEBOOK’ SHOULD BE READ BY BELIEVERS OF LOVE

Nitin Kakkar’s old school romance in the modern era of hurried relationships is refreshing but seems out of place There was a time in Bollywood (and ofcourse reflecting the cultural contexts of society) when Sirf…

YOU’LL MISS A PART OF YOUR LIFE IF YOU MISS ‘KESARI’

Anurag Singh’s visually stunning film starts off slow but leaves you teary eyed Setting right his turban, talking to his wife in thoughts, and evoking a sense of pride is Hawaldar Ishar Singh for you.…

VERY WELL INTENTIONED ‘MERE PYARE PRIME MINISTER’ COULD HAVE BEEN STRONGER

Rakeysh O Mehra comes up with a well-intention ed plot with some needed gyaan Blame it on the times. The film seems like its promoting the government, even when its name crops up. Thankfully, that’s not the…

THIS ‘PHOTOGRAPH’ SHOULD BE KEPT CLOSE TO HEART

Ritesh Batra once again asks you to sit back and get consumed in a beautiful tale of emotions A few years back, Ritesh Batra wooed you with emotions between strangers who never met in The Lunchbox.…

‘SONCHIRIYA’ IS A TREAT ONLY FOR SERIOUS CINEMA LOVERS

Abhishek Chaubey paints a spiritual canvas around bandits, that charms you in no time The world is wrong. But the right in the wrong should always be maintained. This is not the first time you…

HIGH ON SWAG, RESPECT, AND QUALITY, ‘GULLY BOY’ IS JUST WHAT YOU NEED

Zoya Akhtar’s ode to rap as an art form with an emotionally rooted story deserves a standing ovation One thing is definite about Gully Boy. The film would be utterly loved by those who understand rap…

EVEN WITH INTERESTING STORY, ‘THE FAKIR OF VENICE’ FAILS TO IMPRESS

Anand Surapur’s film boasts of a decently novel story with a screenplay that doesn’t quite match up This was supposed to be Farhan Akhtar’s acting debut. 10 years after it was made, it’s finally seen…

SENSIBLE IN ITS APPEAL, ‘EK LADKI KO DEKHA TOH AISA LAGA’ PRESENTS AN ISSUE RIGHTLY

The most striking feature of this Shelly Chopra Dhar’s film is the maturity which the subject is dealt with While one sensible film Kapoor & Sons touched upon the issue with a light stroke of brush a…

NEED OF THE HOUR, ‘SONI’ SHOULD BE WATCHED RIGHT NOW, RIGHT AWAY

Debutante director Ivan Ayr’s tale of what is takes to be a woman deserved at least nationwide theatrical release, let alone support and trust Its indeed tough to be a woman. So what if you…