The Feast of Varanasi is a classic case of a film trying to be too much which ultimately hampers the little that it is.
How do you define home? What is it like to live in a state of constant uncertainty as to whether you will kicked out of a country you’ve made a life in? What is it to be par
A 10 year old girl walks into a court house, the judge asks her why she is there, and she replies ‘I want a divorce’.
Neerja is an all engulfing emotional experience that proves to be one of the finest films made in recent times, certainly this year.
Fitoor is Bollywood cinema’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ ever loved Great Expectations.
Saala Khadoos is a sincere endeavour at telling an empowering and more so an uplifting story.
Where do I start on a film like Mastizaade, it’s one that doesn’t require an analysis or a review on the strength of its script, performances or story as it has very little o
Jugni is a sincere attempt at filmmaking which has all the right ingredients, and yet it fails to hold together as a cohesive story and convincing journey and ultimately loses its
In 1990 Iraq invaded Kuwait, the government fell and as a result 170,000 Indians living in Kuwait were left homeless, helpless and stranded.
Chalk n Duster is a very sincere attempt at filmmaking, which unfortunately fails in its execution and ability to engage.
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