Jawan: OLD WINE in a NEW BOTTLE So much anticipation was built up for Jawan, especially after the prevue dropped. People started guessing the plot what would be the story etc. etc. At last, it […]
Adipurush is a complete disaster and has nothing new to offer, rather I would recommend to please see the TV Serial made by Ramanand Sagar for a better watch.
Shah Rukh Khan’s PATHAAN is a classic Hindi mass pot boiler entertainment which is low in content and high in glamour, glitz and action.
Monica Oh My Darling is a riot combining Dark comedy with Neo Noir and Whodunit which is a complete treat for movie buffs like us with movie references from Bollywood and Hollywood.
UUNCHAI is a simple clean wholesome entertainer with emotions at it’s right place. It is a heartfelt attempt by the makers.
KANTARA cannot be put in a particular genre it is a good mix of parallel cinema and commercial cinema. It is just not a movie but an experience.
VIKRAM VEDHA is a decent one time watch, especially for viewers who have not seen the original, but for viewers who have seen the original please stick to the same as the original was far superior then the Hindi counterpart.
SHERSHAAH is an apt ode to a braveheart Captain Vikram Batra who died fighting in the Kargil war in 1999 at the age of 25. It is an extraordinary story of a braveheart, presented simply but effectively.
Feels Like Ishq is heart warming and brings a smile, what else do you want in these grim days of the pandemic.
Another movie which dropped this week and touched our hearts is MIMI. MIMI kept you invested and was heartwarming and at the end gave a smile….
14 PHERE made my day with WHOLESOME CLEAN ENTERTAINMENT….I would HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
SADAK 2 is not bad it is VERY BAD, starting with the writing by Mahesh Bhatt and Suhrita Sengupta is flat and below average even in 90’s standards.
Dil Bechara: An Ode to Sushant When I sat to write something about the movie the only visual that captivates my mind is Sushant Singh Rajput’s ever charming and electrifying smile. It is very difficult […]
THAPPAD: One Tight Slap on MISOGYNY On the onset let me warn you THAPPAD is not your regular entertaining movie which will end making you happy, but it makes you cringe and the end of […]
TANHAJI-THE UNSUNG WARRIOR: Truly BIG screen spectacle There are some movies which are larger than life and needs to be seen only on a BIG Screen format. TANHAJI THE UNSUNG WARRIOR is one such movie. […]
Chhapaak: A splash NOT so strong Meghna Gulzar has this uncanny habit of choosing path breaking subjects, right from her debut movie FILHAAL which was a movie on surrogacy in 2002, much ahead of its […]
GOOD NEWWZ brings the good news of an entertainer in this holiday season. With a taut script and some brilliant performance, GOOD NEWWZ is a must watch. I will go with 4 stars.
MARDAANI 2: It’s a Rani Mukerji show all the way MARDAANI 2 as it’s prequel focusses on the central character SP Shivani Shivaji Roy. The plot this time is set in the educational town of […]
Panipat: It is PANI PANI of a historical event Movies on a Historical event or a biography are two genres which are immensely difficult to capture on celluloid. It may come out as a masterpiece […]
Khandaani Shafakhana: A Khandaani Take on a Taboo subject On the onset I must congratulate debutant director Shilpi Dasgupta and writer Gautam Mehra for trying such a taboo subject. Khandaani Shafakhana based in Hoshiyarpur, Punjab, […]
Judgementall Hai Kya: Too mental to be Judgemental On the onset let me warn “Judgementall Hai Kya” is not your regular Bollywood movie which follows a set pattern. Well I may say with this movie […]
Article 15: The Bitter Truth of our Society On the onset I would say kudos to Anubhav Sinha, for attempting such a subject and that to in a commercial format. I don’t remember any main […]
Bharat: An Extraordinary journey yet NOT so extraordinary “Bharat” as the name suggests has patriotic theme throughout. Based on the 2014 Korean movie “Ode To My Father” the movie traces the journey of an ordinary […]
Robert Akbar Walter: Too RAW to be served Lately Bollywood has been in a mood of espionage thrillers, a genre which has been successfully dealt in movies like BABY (2015), D-Day (2013) and Raazi (2018), […]
Badla: A twisted tale of Human Psyche “Badla” is the official remake of Spanish blockbuster “The Invisible Guest”. Straight up I must confess that I have not seen the original so my review would be […]
The Accidental Prime Minister: Too Accidental to be a wholesome Movie Bollywood has never had a decent political thriller till date. Every time it tries it has fallen flat excluding one exception which was Prakash […]
Uri: The Surgical Strike: Homage to the Indian Army On the onset I must say “Uri:The Surgical Strike” is a befitting homage to the Indian Army. Debutant Director Aditya Dhar explores the struggles of a […]
Thugs Of Hindustan the much awaited movie of the year released today with a lot of anticipation….But what we get is an extremely average movie which is high on spectacular Action (Most of it is […]
Pataakha is Vishal Bharadwaj directed comedy based on a short story by Charan Singh Pathik’s “Do Behne”…The story is of two warring sisters played by Radhika Madan as Champa Kumari a.k.a Badki and Sanya Malhotra […]
Sui Dhaaga Made In India is an inspiring story yet predictable….where the movie stands out is in the simplicity of the characters whom we see in our day to day life and also in the […]
Sanju: A Heart Warming Blend of Reality & Fiction “Sanju” was in limelight from the day the movie was launched, the reason, the talented combination of Rajkumar Hirani and Ranbir Kapoor coming together for the […]
Hichki: Predictable yet Heart Warming “Hichki” is a true example of safe film making; it is moulded in an existing mould taking inspirations from various movies international and Bollywood exploring the theme of teacher and […]
“Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety” is a typical Luv Ranjan genre of film which seems like an extension of his previous outing “Pyar ka Punchnama” 1 & 2, wherein the men are the victims and […]
Padmaavat: An Epic made in an Epic Proportion The second name to Grand and opulent cinema is Sanjay Leela Bhansali. His vision is of a large canvas with larger than life characters and if it […]
Meri Pyaari Bindu: Not So Pyaari After All… As the name suggests the movie is of the principle character Bindu (Parineeti Chopra) through the eyes of her childhood friend cum admirer cum lover Boobla (Ayushman […]
Rangoon: A Beautiful Canvas without the soul Vishal Bharadwaj the ace film maker has mastered the art of narrating complex stories on human relations and he is a master in adapting Shakespeare’s work in Hindi […]
The Ghazi Attack: A befitting salute to The Indian Navy War movies are very few in Bollywood, and there are very few directors like J. P. Dutta in 90’s or Chetan Anand in 60’s who […]
Irada: Fails in its IRADA to Entertain Brilliant Concept and a compelling cast are two ingredients of a good movie, but if the screenplay and execution falters both the ingredients is just a waste. Well […]
Jolly LLB 2: Right Mix of Realistic & Commercial Cinema “Jolly LLB” released in 2013, set a trend for court room drama genre. Based on the real life incident of hit and run, the movie […]
Kaabil: A Revenge Saga with a Twist “Kaabil” as any other Sanjay Gupta movie is an inspired piece work, the movie takes cues from 1990 movie “Blind Fury” and the 2014 Korean movie “Broken”, but […]
Raees: Old Wine in Old Bottle Shahrukh Khan’s “Raees” created a buzz the day the teaser was launched in 2015. Cut to 2017 when the movie released on 25th Jan’17, whether it really lived up […]
Ok Jaanu: Sweet but NOT Impactful Love Stories are a tight rope to walk on, it either can be extremely engaging and cathartic or it can be flat and boring. Ok Jaanu is a remake […]
Dangal: Movie of the year 2016 Some movies just entertain and some movies inspire along with entertaining, “Dangal” is one such a movie, which is emotional and inspiring yet entertaining. “Dangal” is based on the […]
Wajah Tum Ho: Absolutely No Wajah of Watching It is said that you need a good story & screenplay to make a good movie, but you also need good cast to execute the good script. […]
Befikre: A caricature in the name of Modern Love Story Aditya Chopra tries to break his mould of a conventional love story maker to a contemporary love story maker with “Befikre”; well there is no […]
Kahaani 2-Durga Rani Singh: A Kahaani too Predictable It is always a hard luck for a sequel to be compared to its prequel which cannot be changed and “Kahaani 2” without doubt will be compared […]
Dear Zindagi: Dear Actors make it Dear to watch “Dear Zindagi” has a fabulous set up, a stellar ensemble cast led by none other than Shahrukh Khan & Alia Bhatt who come together for the […]
Force 2: Forceful Action with Less Impact “Force” the prequel to “Force 2” directed by Nishikant Kamat which released in 2011 which was a remake of a Tamil Movie, established John Abraham as out and […]
Rock On 2: Nothing rocking about it… Excel Entertainment, co-partnered by Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani has always tried in re-inventing content in Bollywood, starting from their first “Dil Chahta Hai”. “Rock On” which released […]
Shivaay: Too much ado about nothing Ajay Devgn always had a penchant for extravagance; remember “Raju Chacha” or even his first directorial venture “U Me Aur Hum”, “Shivaay” is ten steps ahead as far as […]