Shomini has written on entertainment and lifestyle for the most part of her career. While writing on cinema remains her first love, her other interest lies in topics like gender, society and Indian literature.
Sangeeta Dutta's film 'Bird Of Dusk' documents Ghosh's life - from his early years to him becoming a huge name in the Indian cinema to his stand on gender fluidity.
It’s not just a story of a boy from Dharavi but Zoya Akhtar’s love letter to Mumbai and its undying spirit to never give up.
You'll find yourself rooting for almost each of the characters in the film.
Written by transwoman writer Ghazal Dhaliwal, the film appears to be semi-autobiographical with Anil and Sonam Kapoor playing the central characters.
The major problem with the film remains in the way the story is narrated.
The film can perhaps be enjoyed more like a fictional tale, where the two directors have taken copious amount of liberty while presenting the story of India's favourite heroine.
Hashmi plays Rakesh aka Rocky who has a knack to spot intelligent students from not so privileged background and employ them as substitute writers for students who may have the moolah to buy the…
What could ideally be a story of a good statesman trying to strike a balance between serving the country and the inner politics of a party, turns out into a film with caricature characters.
In India, the #MeToo movement took nearly 8 months to gain momentum.
The man, who started with art-house cinema, made a transition to more commercial space this year with two big-budget films but also balanced it out with two digital, small-budget films.
While the first half is breezy enough, with SRK in his elements, charming the audience and Aafiya with his with, comic timing and Meeruthiya swag its the long second half, where Bauua…
Momoa has an inherent quirk to his personality, he has inherent swag to his demeanour, which makes him a rather interesting choice for a superhero.
The lead pair is fresh and shares a crackling chemistry- perfect for such a love story.
Priyanka Chopra has worked hard to be at the top of the game and she doesn't need this negative viral article, neither do the readers
One expects Rajinikanth's films to be larger than life, sometimes even a tad ridiculous, but '2.0' attempts to not just be an out and out commercial film, but also give a commentary on today's…