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BEAUTIFULLY CARVED ‘SHIKARA’ SAILS EFFORTLESSLY AND MOVES YOU

Rating: 4.5/5 Director Vidhu Vinod Chopra gives the audience a film that is all set to become a benchmark Better late than never. Finally there is a film on the exodus of Kashmiri pandits. The…

IT’S ONLY THE IDEA IN ‘CHICKEN CURRY LAW’ THAT IS GOOD

Rating: 2/5 Shekhar Sirrinn’s story attempting to give voice to the voiceless through judicial system in India is loosely conceived If only intentions make a good film, this one here would be a winner. But…

NOT WORTH YOUR TIME, ‘JABARIYA JODI’ IS A CASE GONE HAYWIRE

Rating: 1.5/5 Prashant Singh’s film Jabariya Jodi neither sticks to the genre nor is anything that you would enjoy When was the last time that a film just refused to end? While even the extremely…

MORE THAN JUST A BIOPIC, ‘SUPER 30’ IS ABSOLUTELY SUPER(B)

Rating: 4/5 More than an inspiring biopic, Vikas Bahl’s film is a convincing message on dedication, determination, and importance of hard work ‘Super 30‘ has finally released and Hrithik is back for his fans in…

‘MALAAL’ IS NOTHING MORE THAN A CONVENTIONAL LOVE STORY

Rating: 2/5 Debutante director Mangesh Hadawale’s romantic drama film offers nothing new in terms of story, characters, or even the connect It’s Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s name attached to this film. Owing to this fact, you…

A MIX OF THRILL WITH A DASH OF HORROR, ‘KHAMOSHI’ WON’T BECOME A MEMORABLE VENTURE

Rating: 2.5/5 Chakri Toleti’s film around a psychopath killer on his hunt is thrilling, but still not a very strong entrant in the list While trailers suggested it to be a typical supernatural horror/thriller, thankfully…

‘MUSIC TEACHER’ IS A LOVE STORY THAT IS TO BE FELT WITH HEART

Sarthak Dasgupta’s story talks about the feeling of happy liberation while one is in love Simple things are the most difficult. Indeed. This one film here asks you to sit back, see, relate, and actually…

VISUALLY GRAND ‘KALANK’ COULD HAVE AVOIDED BEING TOO FAKE AND ARTIFICIAL

Abhishek Varman’s magnum opus is visually rich but falls back terribly due to pathetic execution Since 2019 arrived, this was undoubtedly the most awaited one. Why not? Be it Sanjay-Madhuri appearing together after ages, Karan…

GRIPPING AND INSIGHTFUL ‘THE TASHKENT FILES’ SHOULDN’T HAVE BEEN SO DRAMATIC

Vivek Agnihotri’s thrilling political document needed to have a more real approach Why would anybody be interested in knowing about Shastri’s death now? Well, for the same set of reasons why Bose’s death is always…

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…