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Movie Review : Fan
Friday, April 15, 2016

Conceptually, the basic idea propelling the narrative of Maneesh Sharma’s Fan appears deceptively simple -- that of an obsessive fan, a bit of a cross between Misery and The King Of Comedy -- and, judged from the surface, this film works like a slickly efficient Darr homage.

Yet, behind the thriller-movie makeup it wears, t ..... MORE >>>

Movie Review : Fan
Movie Review : Kapoor & Sons
Friday, March 18, 2016

If it’s not complicated, it’s probably not real.

For families fight, they get on each other’s nerves and, sometimes, they let each other down too. It’s why we cherish photographs; they’re an ideal version of us, where in that one fleeting moment we forget all our differences and unite to say cheese.

A journ ..... MORE >>>

Movie Review : Kapoor & Sons
Movie Review: Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive
Friday, February 26, 2016

When Abhishek Sharma’s Tere Bin Laden came out in 2010, its wacky premise and fizzy humour, involving an Osama Bin Laden doppelganger and a Pakistani reporter desperate to migrate to United States of America, made me guffaw.

It was one of my favourite films that year.

What it lacked in sophistication, it made ..... MORE >>>

Movie Review: Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive
Movie Review : Gods of Egypt
Friday, February 26, 2016

They don't make movies like "Gods of Egypt" anymore, and yet they never made movies like "Gods of Egypt." This is the paradox, and for a while, it's a fun one. But after a point, this proudly silly film about gods and mortals in ancient Egypt devolves into an sword-and-sorcery-flavored riff on a weak Marvel movie. The alternately cornball ..... MORE >>>

Movie Review : Gods of Egypt
Movie Review: Neerja
Friday, February 19, 2016

One minute into Neerja, and Sonam Kapoor disappears.

We meet, instead, Neerja Bhanot: a poised and cool Rajesh Khanna fangirl, a doted-on daughter, a neighbourhood favourite, a young girl who enjoyed smiling for the cameras.

She loved her job, making it up the Pan Am ranks to become a Head Purser before she t ..... MORE >>>

Movie Review: Neerja
Movie Review : Ghayal Once Again
Saturday, February 06, 2016

A sequel to one of our most iconic revenge dramas Ghayal (1990), the film marks an action-packed comeback of Sunny paaji and his Dhai kilo ka haath. After teaching Balwant Rai and his kuttey a lesson, 26 years later, vigilante Ajay Mehra (Sunny Deol) returns to fight the corrupt system and bring a shrewd businessman Bansal (Narendra Jha) ..... MORE >>>

Movie Review : Ghayal Once Again
Movie Review : Airlift
Saturday, January 23, 2016

Films about genuinely unsung heroes are a fine thing, and Raja Krishna Menon's Airlift is a sincere effort to celebrate an insanely daunting task.

In 1990, during the first Gulf War, over 170,000 Indians were stranded in Kuwait when it was attacked by Iraq. A few local businessmen and Indian diplomats took on the valiant, s ..... MORE >>>

Movie Review : Airlift
Movie Review: Wazir
Friday, January 08, 2016

Watching truly skilled chess players going at each other is an experience both lyrical and violent, as they bleed and behead across the 64 squares like duelling ninjas in slow motion. Watching a game between people who only believe they are good at chess, however, is plain infuriating.

Bejoy Nambiar's Wazir -- based on a sc ..... MORE >>>

Movie Review: Wazir
Movie Review: Bajirao Mastani
Friday, December 18, 2015

The challenge in telling a story that's from a different era stems from lack of familiarity but its mastery lies in recognising the enormous potential to re-imagine.

Filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali is known to paint the screen with his envisaged imagery that's meticulously opulent and furiously dramatic. He employs this sig ..... MORE >>>

Movie Review: Bajirao Mastani
Movie Review : Dilwale
Friday, December 18, 2015

You can tell a lot about a filmmaker from the way they use a stolen scene.

Somewhere in the middle of the once-great sitcom How I Met Your Mother, narrator Ted Mosby meets a doctor called Stella who is too busy for a date. She eventually grants him two minutes and, within those fleeting seconds, he heroically packs several ..... MORE >>>

Movie Review : Dilwale
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