Kesari pins its hopes on getting loud cheers (which it does get) for action sequences that are filled with intrepidity
Director Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s Mere Pyare Prime Minister is a story where Kanhu (Om Kanujiya), an eight-year-old son of Sargam, writes a letter to the Prime Minister, after what happened to his mother, requesting him to build a toilet.
The Lunch Box fame Ritesh Batra has this knack of creating characters with whom the different shades of life come to the fore. Photograph is no different.
Aijaz Khan’s Hamid is a film that brings the climate of fear to the forefront that is prevailing in the Kashmir and highlights the air of uncertainty in the lives of Kashmiris by portraying their loss and separation.
Badla is not the sort of movie that would keep you on the edge of the seat that it intends to.
A star is born is a beautiful and inspiring film that shows both the highs and the lows when one attains stardom.
Sonchiriya is an intense dacoit-based story that throws light on sexual abuse and caste-related violence which is backed by a superbly written screenplay
Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Favourite is a delightful black comedy movie that attains a semblance of normalcy towards the end that is both insightful and thought-provoking
Alita: Battle Angel remains a film that promises for a delightful affair but falls short as it is in no way substantial enough to make us crave for a sequel
Spearheaded by Ranveer Singh’s breathtaking act, Gully Boy presents a strong narrative that has elements for you to identify yourself.