Stuti Shukla

Stuti Shukla

Stuti is Social Media Executive with WION Digital

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Girls Hostel Season 2 review: A nostalgic trip with relevance to the present times

Girls Hostel Season 2 takes the series ahead and talks about pressing matters which need to be discussed.

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Geetika Vidya Ohlyan: We understood that money won't be delivered to us during pandemic, so decided to step out

In a candid conversation with WION, Geetika Vidya Ohlyan and Lillete Dubey, who star in two of the short films in Unpaused, speak about their experience of shooting during the pandemic, online…

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'If Anything Happens I Love You' review: Nothing to say, but heaps of emotions to feel

'If Anything Happens I Love You' review: The film has been successful in delivering such a powerful impact in a short duration. 

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'Mismatched' review: Just another clichéd student rom-com except everyone is always angry!

'Mismatched' review: If you have no other show to binge-watch this weekend, you can give Netlfix's 'Mismatched' a try. But watch it with little or no expectation because it's a…

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'Grey's Anatomy' Season 17 review: It displays courage and goodwill of the medical community during the COVID pandemic

'Grey's Anatomy' Season 17 Review: The show doesn't disappoint at all, especially when it tells its viewers that they will be blown away by the premiere of season 17.

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'The Undoing' review: The build-up to this Manhattan murder mystery is mind-blowing!

Review: 'The Undoing' works on an excellent screenplay and non-linear narrative, with the murder mystery unravelling in the most unpredictable way you can think of. 

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'Away' Review: Hilary Swank starrer space drama is packed with raw human emotions

Away review: The show is a must-watch for the thrilling space journey to Mars and the raw human emotions we get to see of the crew members.

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'JL50' Review: This time travel thriller deserves to be appreciated for its honest effort

'JL50' review: With such a good cast and plot, the show is a mixed bag but an honest attempt at this sci-fi niche. 

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'Yaara' Review: Vidyut Jammwal and Amit Sadh starrer tries really hard to impress but fails miserably

'Yaara' review: With a disappointing screenplay and substandard editing, Yaara is not among Tigmanshu Dhulia's best work for sure.

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'Avrodh' review: Amit Sadh's war drama highlights the incidents leading to Uri surgical strike

'Avrodh: The Siege Within' Review: The show works on content and not execution.

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'Breathe S2' review: Abhishek Bachchan starrer crime thriller fails to take your breath away

'Breathe: Into The Shadows' review: The show's biggest enemy was its expectation. In case you haven't seen the first season, you might just get more impressed.

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It took a brand 45 years to understand that everything fair is not lovely!

Just by removing one word from the name of the product doesn't change the fact that it still is a FAIRNESS product.

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'Aarya' Review: Sushmita Sen shines in an otherwise drawn-out crime thriller

This web show has been the talk of the town, because of the return of Bollywood's evergreen Queen B Sushmita Sen. 

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'Home Stories' Review: Based on the coronavirus pandemic, these lockdown tales will surely give you a deja vu

Netflix India's, 'Home Stories' is a collection of four short films that give us a glimpse of the few complications that have arisen due to the lockdown. 

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'Chintu Ka Birthday' review: Vinay Pathak, Tillotama Shomes' film is a ray of hope in this difficult time of quarantine

The plot revolves around the 6-year-old Chintu Tiwari, whose excitement and expectations for his birthday makes you forget about the horrifying reality outside.

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