Movie Reviews

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Review Hindi

Veergati review: A succinct juxtaposition of Kashmir's stone pelter and an army man

This 60-minute ZEE5 film, is an earnest, but simplistic story, questioning the core values of...

29 Jan 2019 8:00 IST — Suparna Thombare

Review Hindi

Rubaru Roshni review: Moving film about violence, forgiveness and healing 

Director Svati Chakravorty Bhatkal's film follows the kin of murder victims and the criminals,...

26 Jan 2019 13:00 IST — Suparna Thombare

Review Hindi

The Suspect review: Nitin Chandra calls out communal othering

The Suspect’s biggest strength is NSD alumni, Durgesh Kumar who has previously worked in films...

26 Jan 2019 10:00 IST — Ramna Walia

Review Hindi

Thackeray review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui roars in this rushed biopic

The Abhijit Panse directorial features Bal Thackeray's journey only till 1995, when the Shiv to...

25 Jan 2019 16:15 IST — Keyur Seta

Review Marathi

Sohalla review: Typical domestic drama of love and loss besotted with typified aesthetics

Filmmaker Gajendra Ahire’s Sohalla (2019), a tale of domestic strife, love and repentance, a...

25 Jan 2019 14:06 IST — Prateek Rawat

Review Hindi

Manikarnika review: Kangana Ranaut's rebel queen makes a dent but takes too long to arrive

Despite two directors, the film meanders on its way to the second half which has most of the...

24 Jan 2019 19:38 IST — Shriram Iyengar

Review Marathi

Khatla Bitla review: Hilarious, almost ridiculous satire on prejudices in Indian society

Director Paresh Mokashi's satire is a brilliantly written and executed courtroom comedy that a...

22 Jan 2019 14:00 IST — Suparna Thombare

Review Bengali

Shah Jahan Regency review: Director Srijit Mukherji fails to do justice to Chowringhee's essence

Chowringhee is a story of the hotel and the characters lend life to it. But Srijit’s film is...

19 Jan 2019 16:50 IST — Roushni Sarkar

Review Marathi

Ek Nirnay review: Subodh Bhave's performance is a saving grace in this insipid pregnancy drama

The performances ensure that the film is watchable, at the least....

18 Jan 2019 17:16 IST — Keyur Seta

Review Hindi

Fraud Saiyaan review: This fraudulent marriage is not worth your time

Arshad Warsi and Saurabh Shukla bumble their way through a film which is loopy, fragmented and often...

18 Jan 2019 15:32 IST — Shriram Iyengar

Review Hindi

Why Cheat India review: Emraan Hashmi's immoral character points out rot in Indian education system

A gripping screenplay and fine performances make director Soumik Sen's informative drama an...

18 Jan 2019 12:15 IST — Mayur Lookhar

Review Hindi

Bombairiya review: Chaotic drama that leaves you with a scrambled brain

Though the black comedy touches upon the important issue of witness protection, the chaotic and make...

18 Jan 2019 10:41 IST — Mayur Lookhar

Review Hindi

Roshni review: Engaging documentary about a simple woman from Himachal and her dreams

The film, directed by Nazneen Bhatia and Anshul Adhikari, shows Roshni’s uncluttered life in...

17 Jan 2019 21:00 IST — Sonal Pandya

Review Marathi

Krutant review: This Sandeep Kulkarni starrer is like a prank on the audience

Krutant is a film that keeps changing its genre as it progresses. It starts off as a social film and...

17 Jan 2019 16:00 IST — Keyur Seta

Review Hindi

706 review: Divya Dutta, Atul Kulkarni caught in an intriguing psychological thriller

Though just over two hours, the inconsistent screenplay portions makes it feel long....

15 Jan 2019 7:00 IST — Mayur Lookhar

Review English (India)

Bird of Dusk review: Sangeeta Datta creates a legacy of Rituparno Ghosh with intensive research

She also intersperses Ghosh’s own words on hir mother’s death, hir thoughts on hir own...

14 Jan 2019 16:34 IST — Roushni Sarkar

Review Marathi

Love You Zindagi review: Even 3 versions of Sachin Pilgaonkar fail to impress

The film's core idea and its treatment are clearly in the regressive zone and only the dialogues...

12 Jan 2019 17:20 IST — Keyur Seta

Review Tamil

Petta review: A celebration of all things that scream vintage Rajinikanth

The first half of Petta is sheer fun and it is Karthik’s fan service to Rajinikanth, who is in...

11 Jan 2019 14:00 IST — Karthik Kumar

Review Hindi

The Accidental Prime Minister review: Manmohan Singh deserves more than to be a caricature in a poorly crafted film

Vijay Gutte's film sheds the nuances without improving the drama or the politics of this tedious...

11 Jan 2019 13:21 IST — Shriram Iyengar

Review Tamil

Viswasam review: Ajith, Sivakumar reunite for a largely predictable, but fun rural drama

In what’s believed to be their last collaboration, Ajith and Sivakumar don’t disappoint...

11 Jan 2019 12:30 IST — Karthik Kumar