40 years of Khubsoorat: A treatise of non-conformity, beauty and Rekha
Released on 25 January 1980, Hrishikesh Mukherjee's Khubsoorat was a moral tale that showed the true beauty that lay within that genius of a performer, Rekha.
Shaheed Bhai Kotwal review: Bland filmmaking ruins this interesting story of a freedom fighter
Important events from Bhai Kotwal's life are glossed over while the film spends way too much time on needlessly melodramatic scenes.
Miss U Miss review: Confused effort with lazy screenwriting
First-timer Bhagyesh Desai is the story, screenplay and dialogue writer, main actor and music composer and he shines in none of these areas.
75th birthday special: Can you spot actor-director Subhash Ghai?
As the filmmaker who styled himself the Showman turns 75, we look at five occasions when Subhash Ghai made cameo appearances in songs in his films.
Psycho review: Mysskin delivers Tamil cinema’s most violent film
Psycho might not be as affecting and emotional as Pisaasu (2014), but its visuals and chilling narrative will leave you with a haunted feeling.
Panga review: Earnest, heartwarming story of a mother's comeback to kabaddi
Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari's feature bundles up warmth, emotion and laughs to bring a honest, reflective story of a mother attempting to revive her sports career.
Street Dancer 3D review: 150-minute excuse to showcase dance sequences
Without the dance sequences, Street Dancer 3D, starring Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor, would have just been a short film.
6 factors that made Deewaar a timeless classic
On the 45th anniversary of the release of the cult classic produced by Gulshan Rai and directed by Yash Chopra, a look at what made the gangster drama so iconic.