'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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'Axone' review: A delicious story of friendship, love and acceptance

Axone movie review: A delightful slice of life comedy, 'Axone' is the first Hindi film featuring actors from the Northeast.

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'Gulabo Sitabo' review: Amitabh Bachchan gives a master class in acting, Ayushmann holds his own

Gulabo Sitabo Movie Review: In Shoojit Sircar's 'Gulabo Sitabo', both Amitabh Bachchan and Ayushmann Khurrana step out of their comfort zone.

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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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'Ghoomketu' review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui's film falls flat despite a good cast

'Ghoomketu' was well-intended on paper. It tries to parody the film industry and its stereotypical ways but over the course of the film, it falls prey to the same stereotypes.

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'Paatal Lok' review: Anushka Sharma backed web series is a must watch

Paatal Lok review: Jaideep Ahlawat shines in the role of a lifetime as he leads the crime thriller in an ensemble cast. 

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'Extraction' review: Chris Hemsworth's latest film is just about stunts

In 'Extraction', Chris Hemsworth literally plays a modern version of one his best onscreen characters Thor- but minus the sass.

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'Four More Shots Please Season 2' review: The girls grow up

Season 2 of 'Four More Shots Please' is your guilty-pleasure this lock down season.

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'Panchayat' review: TVF's new show is effective without being preachy

TVF's new offering 'Panchayat' is 8 episodes long and each episode very subtly deals with problems of patriarchy, dowry and superstitions.

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‘Angrezi Medium’ review: Irrfan and Deepak Dobriyal elevate a predictable, incoherent script

In ‘Angrezi Medium’, as the simpleton Champak Bansal, Irrfan takes on a weak screenplay and turns it endearing with his performance.

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'Baaghi 3' review: Tiger Shroff, Shraddha Kapoor's film is an assault to the brain

'Baaghi 3' ultimately is the story of a brother taking on a country and terrorism, in general, all for the love of his brother. 

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Ben Affleck finds his way back by baring his soul about alcoholism

'The Way Back', opening in US movie theatres on Friday, is winning Affleck some of his best reviews.

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'Hunters' review: Al Pacino's web show has its flaws but it's a must watch

The show is timely and proves to us why humans must learn from their mistakes in the past and do better for the newer generations to come.

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'Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan' review: Ayushmann Khurrana's film tackles homophobia effectively with humour 

Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan' takes the homophobic society head-on- but not once does it become preachy.

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'Bulbbul' review: Tripti Dimri shines in a hauntingly powerful story

Bulbbul film review - The story may be known yet its a poignant one with powerful writing, memorable moments, and an outstanding cast.

Read Article

'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. 

Read Article

'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. 

Read Article

'Axone' review: A delicious story of friendship, love and acceptance

Axone movie review: A delightful slice of life comedy, 'Axone' is the first Hindi film featuring actors from the Northeast.

Read Article

'Gulabo Sitabo' review: Amitabh Bachchan gives a master class in acting, Ayushmann holds his own

Gulabo Sitabo Movie Review: In Shoojit Sircar's 'Gulabo Sitabo', both Amitabh Bachchan and Ayushmann Khurrana step out of their comfort zone.

Read Article

'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.

Read Article

'Ghoomketu' review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui's film falls flat despite a good cast

'Ghoomketu' was well-intended on paper. It tries to parody the film industry and its stereotypical ways but over the course of the film, it falls prey to the same stereotypes.

Read Article

'Paatal Lok' review: Anushka Sharma backed web series is a must watch

Paatal Lok review: Jaideep Ahlawat shines in the role of a lifetime as he leads the crime thriller in an ensemble cast. 

Read Article

'Extraction' review: Chris Hemsworth's latest film is just about stunts

In 'Extraction', Chris Hemsworth literally plays a modern version of one his best onscreen characters Thor- but minus the sass.

Read Article

'Four More Shots Please Season 2' review: The girls grow up

Season 2 of 'Four More Shots Please' is your guilty-pleasure this lock down season.

Read Article

'Panchayat' review: TVF's new show is effective without being preachy

TVF's new offering 'Panchayat' is 8 episodes long and each episode very subtly deals with problems of patriarchy, dowry and superstitions.

Read Article

‘Angrezi Medium’ review: Irrfan and Deepak Dobriyal elevate a predictable, incoherent script

In ‘Angrezi Medium’, as the simpleton Champak Bansal, Irrfan takes on a weak screenplay and turns it endearing with his performance.

Read Article

'Baaghi 3' review: Tiger Shroff, Shraddha Kapoor's film is an assault to the brain

'Baaghi 3' ultimately is the story of a brother taking on a country and terrorism, in general, all for the love of his brother. 

Read Article

Ben Affleck finds his way back by baring his soul about alcoholism

'The Way Back', opening in US movie theatres on Friday, is winning Affleck some of his best reviews.

Read Article

'Hunters' review: Al Pacino's web show has its flaws but it's a must watch

The show is timely and proves to us why humans must learn from their mistakes in the past and do better for the newer generations to come.

Read Article

'Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan' review: Ayushmann Khurrana's film tackles homophobia effectively with humour 

Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan' takes the homophobic society head-on- but not once does it become preachy.

Read Article

'Love Aaj Kal' review: Kartik Aaryan and Sara Ali Khan's film was not needed

Imtiaz Ali's newest release 'Love Aaj Kal' featuring current heartthrob Kartik Aaryan, Sara Ali Khan and Randeep Hooda struggles from the word go.

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'Chhodh Pakad' review: Rahul Bhatnagar's short film will leave you with a smile

Watch ‘Chhodh Pakad’ for its honesty and a story that is simple yet impactful.  

Read Article

'Parasite' review: Bong Joon-Ho's film on class divide is a masterclass in storytelling

Filmmaker Bong Jong Ho's latest film 'Parasite' makes class divide glaring and obvious leaving you numb and perhaps more conscious of your surroundings. 

Read Article

'Jojo Rabbit' review: Taika Waititi's satire on fascism is all heart

While 'Jojo Rabbit' talks about Hitler's brutal oppression, the laughs are in plenty and the credit goes to the brilliant screenplay which never slips even in the darkest moment.

Read Article

'Bulbbul' review: Tripti Dimri shines in a hauntingly powerful story

Bulbbul film review - The story may be known yet its a poignant one with powerful writing, memorable moments, and an outstanding cast.

Read Article

'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. 

Read Article

'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. 

Read Article

'Axone' review: A delicious story of friendship, love and acceptance

Axone movie review: A delightful slice of life comedy, 'Axone' is the first Hindi film featuring actors from the Northeast.

Read Article

'Gulabo Sitabo' review: Amitabh Bachchan gives a master class in acting, Ayushmann holds his own

Gulabo Sitabo Movie Review: In Shoojit Sircar's 'Gulabo Sitabo', both Amitabh Bachchan and Ayushmann Khurrana step out of their comfort zone.

Read Article

'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.

Read Article

'Ghoomketu' review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui's film falls flat despite a good cast

'Ghoomketu' was well-intended on paper. It tries to parody the film industry and its stereotypical ways but over the course of the film, it falls prey to the same stereotypes.

Read Article

'Paatal Lok' review: Anushka Sharma backed web series is a must watch

Paatal Lok review: Jaideep Ahlawat shines in the role of a lifetime as he leads the crime thriller in an ensemble cast. 

Read Article

'Extraction' review: Chris Hemsworth's latest film is just about stunts

In 'Extraction', Chris Hemsworth literally plays a modern version of one his best onscreen characters Thor- but minus the sass.

Read Article

'Four More Shots Please Season 2' review: The girls grow up

Season 2 of 'Four More Shots Please' is your guilty-pleasure this lock down season.

Read Article

'Panchayat' review: TVF's new show is effective without being preachy

TVF's new offering 'Panchayat' is 8 episodes long and each episode very subtly deals with problems of patriarchy, dowry and superstitions.

Read Article

‘Angrezi Medium’ review: Irrfan and Deepak Dobriyal elevate a predictable, incoherent script

In ‘Angrezi Medium’, as the simpleton Champak Bansal, Irrfan takes on a weak screenplay and turns it endearing with his performance.

Read Article

'Baaghi 3' review: Tiger Shroff, Shraddha Kapoor's film is an assault to the brain

'Baaghi 3' ultimately is the story of a brother taking on a country and terrorism, in general, all for the love of his brother. 

Read Article

Ben Affleck finds his way back by baring his soul about alcoholism

'The Way Back', opening in US movie theatres on Friday, is winning Affleck some of his best reviews.

Read Article

'Hunters' review: Al Pacino's web show has its flaws but it's a must watch

The show is timely and proves to us why humans must learn from their mistakes in the past and do better for the newer generations to come.

Read Article

'Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan' review: Ayushmann Khurrana's film tackles homophobia effectively with humour 

Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan' takes the homophobic society head-on- but not once does it become preachy.

Read Article

'Love Aaj Kal' review: Kartik Aaryan and Sara Ali Khan's film was not needed

Imtiaz Ali's newest release 'Love Aaj Kal' featuring current heartthrob Kartik Aaryan, Sara Ali Khan and Randeep Hooda struggles from the word go.

Read Article

'Chhodh Pakad' review: Rahul Bhatnagar's short film will leave you with a smile

Watch ‘Chhodh Pakad’ for its honesty and a story that is simple yet impactful.  

Read Article

'Parasite' review: Bong Joon-Ho's film on class divide is a masterclass in storytelling

Filmmaker Bong Jong Ho's latest film 'Parasite' makes class divide glaring and obvious leaving you numb and perhaps more conscious of your surroundings. 

Read Article

'Jojo Rabbit' review: Taika Waititi's satire on fascism is all heart

While 'Jojo Rabbit' talks about Hitler's brutal oppression, the laughs are in plenty and the credit goes to the brilliant screenplay which never slips even in the darkest moment.

Read Article