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Tumahari Sulu

There is a scene in Tumhari Sulu towards the end, Where Sulochana’s (Vidya Balan) son gets suspended from his school for making a business out of letting his friends watch titillating videos on his father’s phone for a price. The whole…

Maj Rati Keteki

Maj Rati Keteki is a picture of astounding beauty and depth. Here is a film that will cater only to a niche audience simply because of its content and so to speak of the lack of what we in today’s time call the entertainment quotient. There…

Akira Movie

Akira Movie is A.R Murugadoss’ latest offering and stars Sonakshi Sinha as the titular character. The film happens to be a remake of a Tamil film which I haven’t seen and would not be able to comment on. Akira Movie was marketed as a…

Kothanodi

Kothanodi A father murders his new borns. A schizophrenic stepmother makes up her mind to murder her stepdaughter. A jealous mother decides to marry off her daughter to a python believing that the snake will grant her vast riches. A mother…

MS Dhoni The Untold Story

I would like to start this review by saying that Neeraj Pandey is one of my favorite directors in Indian cinema today. I love almost all his previous films including the Bengali film that he merely wrote and produced (Royal Bengal Tiger).…

Pink

There are two distinct ways to deal with a striking cultural issue, political or social issue in Bollywood. If we are talking about courtroom dramas then you can either go “Jolly LLB” or “OMG” about it or you can go “Pink”. The latest…

Raaz Reboot

Raaz 4 or Raaz Reboot as it is horrendously called, is by far the weakest film of the franchise and it’s not difficult to imagine why. The name of a film is by which the audience connects with it, to start with. When you call a film Raaz…

Baar Baar Dekho

In the 2006 film Click, a workaholic architect played by Adam Sandler finds a universal remote that allows him to fast-forward and rewind to different parts of his life. Complications arise when the remote starts to overrule his choices…

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