August 17, 2019"Has its heart in place, if not all of its science—home or rocket"
August 10, 2019"Devoid of focus and logic and riddled with acting that borders on the shockingly amateurish"
July 28, 2019Saibal Chatterjee: "The reflections of the star's real-life run-ins with influential members of the industry and segments of the media are too obvious to be missed."
April 18, 2019Winner of the Film Critics Circle of India Award for Best Debut Feature | Le Festival des Cinémas Indiens de Toulouse
March 23, 2019"Tells us nothing new about the Battle of Saragarhi"
A ‘prequel’ to a film classic is sometimes a much better marketing ploy than a sequel – especially when the first film began on an intriguing note. Ridley Scott’s Alien (1979) is a horror classic and it engendered several sequels by other...
Nicholas Jarecki’s Arbitrage is a political film, but its statement is disguised as family drama. The first factor that makes it highly political is that it is about a hedge-fund tycoon and investment bankers have become highly controversial after...
Music, Ideas… and Butterflies In Lyrics to Live By— Keys to Self-help Notes for a Better Life, Tim Bragg, a French-based British musician/author,...
- + The Blue Notes
- + Why is The Caravan exploiting individuals from marginalised communities?
- + International film festival upon the virgin hills of Uttarakhand
- + Interviews — Kareena Kapoor Khan & Alia Bhatt
- + Interviews — Ananya Panday, Janhvi Kapoor, Mrunal Thakur, Radhika Madan & Avinash Tiwary
- + The tamasha of India’s Oscar entry for the Best Foreign Language film
- + Mission Mangal
- + Jabariya Jodi
- + 66th National Film Awards
- + Judgementall Hai Kya
Notes of Music
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