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Bandish Bandits Series Review

The musical drama series, Bandish Bandits, began streaming August 4th on Amazon Prime. Directed by Anand Tiwari, the 10 episode Amazon Original Series

Movies - 3 days ago

“Raat Akeli Hai Redefines The Whodunit” – A By Subhash K Jha Review

Raat Akeli Hai (Netflix) Starring: Nawazuddin Siddiqui,Radhika Apte,Shweta Tripathi,Tigmanshu Dhulia,Shivani Raghuvanshi Directed by Honey Trehan A de

Movies - a week ago

“Shakuntala Devi is one of the best bio-pics I’ve seen in Indian cinema “ A Subhash K Jha Review

Shakuntala Devi (Amazon Prime Video) Starring Vidya Balan, Jisshu Sengupta, Shakuntala’s husband, Sanya Malhotra, Amit Sadh Directed by Anu Menon Th

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Undekhi is No One Killed Jessica meets Damini with an excellent mix of fact & fiction – Exclusive Review

What a time it is turning out to be the world of Indian web series on the OTT platform. Considering this is the lockdown period, thankfully the ones w

Movies - 4 weeks ago

Breathe: Into the Shadows Preposterous Plot Saved By Bachchan’s Controlled Performance

Breathe 2: Into The Shadows (Amazon Prime Video) Starring Abbhishek Bachchan, Nithya Menon, Amit Sadh, Saiyami Kher Directed by Mayank Sharma In Mani

Movies - 4 weeks ago

“Sunny Pawar Lights Up Every Frame Of Chippa “ – A Subhash K Jha Review

Chippa (Netflix) Starring Sunny Pawar, Chandan Roy Sanyal Written and Directed by Safdar Rahman Very few of our films cast children in the main role.

Movies - 2 months ago

“Bhangra Paa Le Is Stuffed Full Of Music, Romance & Nostalgia” A Subhash K Jha Review

Bhangra Paa Le Starring Sunny Kaushal, Rukhsar Dillon, Sriya Pligaonkar Directed by Sneha Taurani A swirl of colours in two different palates, if you

Movies - 7 months ago

“In Mardaani 2, Disturbingly, the Villain Steals Show From Rani” – A Subhash K Jha Review

Mardaani 2 Starring Rani Mukherjee, Vishal Jethwa Written & Directed by Gopi Puthran Something deeply disturbing happens in the course of this tactile

Movies - 8 months ago

Prassathanam Is A Powerful Compelling Melodrama” – A Subhash K Jha Review

Prassthanam Starring Sanjay Dutt, Manisha Koirala, Ali Fazal, Satyajit Dubey, Jackie Shroff Directed by Deva Katta Midway through the stormy tale of p

Movies - 11 months ago

“Chhichhore Is As Close To Life As It Gets“ – A Subhash K Jha Review

Chhichhore Starring Sushant Singh Rajput, Shraddha Kapoor,Varun Sharma, Prateik Babbar, Tahir Raj Bhasin, Naveen Polishetty, Tushar Pandey, Saharsh Sh

Movies - 11 months ago

LIFF 2019 Special Review – Arishadvarga

Director Arvind Kamath’s latest film takes its title from the Arishadvargas, or the six enemies of the mind according to Hindu belief. Lust, anger,

Movies - one year ago

LIFF 2019 Special Review: Abyakto (“Unsaid”)

A recurring dream: a boy, holding his mother’s hand, follows a procession. At some point, unaware as he watches what’s going on, his hand slips ou

Movies - one year ago

LIFF 2019: Photograph Movie Review

Ritesh Batra broke through with his debut feature The Lunchbox and now he’s back with his next Indian-language film “Photograph”. Starring Nawaz

Movies - one year ago

LIFF 2019 Special Review: Vivek (“Reason”)

Anand Patwardhan’s latest documentary, Vivek, screened in this year’s London Indian Film Festival – at the same time as the Kerala High Court ov

Movies - one year ago

LIFF 2019 Special Review: Saturday Afternoon

What are your plans for a Saturday afternoon? A trip to the market? To a movie? To a sporting event? Perhaps, like the people in the film Saturday Aft

Movies - one year ago

LIFF 2019 Special Review: The Lift Boy

Meet Raju (Moin Khan): English Medium school educated and more comfortable in English than in Hindi; taken to wearing sunglasses wherever he goes (eve

Movies - one year ago

LIFF 2019 Special Review: Kattumaram

In the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami that took the lives of their parents, Anandhi (Preeti Karan) and her cousin are raised by their uncle Singaram (M

Movies - one year ago

LIFF 2019 Special Review: Widow of Silence

“You cannot afford your own thoughts,” Aasia’s hospital co-worker tells her. Aasia does, indeed, have thoughts about her situation, her husband

Movies - one year ago

Photograph Movie Review

Ritesh Batra, director of the brilliant The Lunchbox and outstanding The Sense of an Ending will soon celebrate a new release. Photograph, which premi

Movies - one year ago

“From Bruce Lee to Jung Lee, Watta Laughable Leap” – A Subhash K Jha Review

Junglee Starring Vidyut Jamwal Directed by Chuck Russell Junglee, who is direct-lee related to Bruce Lee loves elephants. He probably watched Haathi M

Movies - one year ago