Azhar is a film that finds itself stuck between the realms of being a serious biopic and a commercial blockbuster.
Again the same old ‘dishoom dishoom’, hero-villain conflict, with a female lead who is little more than the damsel in distress and minimal thought put into the script or story.
Recently Y-Films, the youth arm of Yash Raj Films, known for web series such as Man’s World, and Bang Baaja Baaraat, launch a series of short films entitled Love Shots.
Fan is an interesting concept, and an ambitious movie to make and indeed, not an easy one to pull off.
Ki and Ka was one of the films I was looking forward to most this year.
Where does one begin with a film like Rocky Handsome? There are so many issues with this action flick that it’s hard to pick and choose which disastrous aspects to discuss.
Where do I start with a movie like Kapoor And Sons, (Since 1921)? I guess by saying that I wholeheartedly loved it for all that it is.
UNIndian is an enjoyable, albeit slightly clichéd clash-of-cultures romantic comedy about an Indian woman’s unlikely love story with a foreigner.
Waiting is a fine film, which is refreshingly different, and yet I can’t help but feel it could have been so much more.
The Feast of Varanasi is a classic case of a film trying to be too much which ultimately hampers the little that it is.
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