Articles by Suyog
Triple Seat review: This is a two-hour soap opera disguised as a film
Popular television actress Shivani Surve makes her debut in Marathi cinema opposite Ankush Chaudhari in this film.
Laal Kaptaan review: Saif Ali Khan's overlong and exhausting quest for revenge is a big letdown
Saif Ali Khan plays a Naga sadhu seeking retribution in Navdeep Singh's Western set in 18th century India.
Sethum Aayiram Pon review: Nuanced tale of love-hate relationship between a woman and her granddaughter
Directed by first-time filmmaker Anand Ravichandran, Sethum Aayiram Pon is a heartwarming piece of cinema about the simple lives of small-towners.
Zollywood review: This docu-fiction sheds light on Vidarbha's zhaadi-patti theatre tradition
The film, directed by first-timer Trushant Ingle, has a lot of potential given the subject but ends up scratching the surface.
Khichik review: Decent premise let down by amateurish writing
The film, written and directed by Preetam SK Patil, is a prime example of why not every realistic film is a good film.
Section 375 review: Well-executed courtroom drama that gives timely message
Each revelation in the case makes you question your own judgement about right and wrong.
Fatteshikast teaser: Action-packed feature, with a rousing background score, raises curiosity
The film, produced by Almond Creations, is due to be released on 15 November.
Laal Batti review: This Girish Mohite film gives you ample thrills
Laal Batti is a well-made drama that also makes us aware of the human side of the police.
Section 375 trailer: Akshaye Khanna, Richa Chadha engage in a battle of wits in this intense court drama
The film, directed by Ajay Bahl, is reportedly based on some real cases. The trailer features some heated debate about the moral ambiguity of such cases.
Ye Re Ye Re Paisa 2 review: Poor writing turns this mindless entertainer into an unbearable watch
Ye Re Ye Re Paisa 2 not only emulates the mediocrity of the first film but actually outdoes it.
Girlfriend review: Standard plot elevated by superb performances from the lead cast
Writer-director Upendra Sidhaye has managed to make an engaging film on a not-so-unique subject.
Family Of Thakurganj review: Part satire, part gangster-drama that fails on both fronts
Jimmy Sheirgill and Saurabh Shukla are the only saving grace in an otherwise dull film.
WhatsApp Love review: This nonsensical film will either put you to sleep or make you cringe
This is probably the Marathi film with the worst acting of the year so far.
Malaal review: Poorly conceived remake that is more a launchpad for star kids
In their debut film, Meezaan Jaaferi and Sharmin Segal look like amateurs and their performances range from mediocre to average at best.
Miss U Mister review: Fairly simple concept stretched to breaking point
The film is strictly average, saved only by a decent performance by Mrunmayee Deshpande and by the crisp dialogues.
Initially we were all hesitant to cast Hrithik in Super 30, says Anand Kumar
At a recent media interaction, mathematician Anand Kumar shed light on how he was approached for the film and his inital inhibitions.
Medium Spicy team celebrates Sai Tamhankar's birthday on set, with a twist
The film, which also features Lalit Prabhakar and Parna Pethe, is currently on the last leg of shooting.
Mogra Phulaalaa review: This Swapnil Joshi-starrer is an enjoyable watch
Mogra Phulaalaa, directed by Shrabani Deodhar, is a refreshing take on the mother-son relationship.
Want to try different genres if the opportunity presents itself, says Sunil Grover
Ahead of the release of Bharat, in which he plays the important role of Salman Khan's friend, Sunil Grover spoke about his role in the film, his most famous TV role Gutthi, and how he chooses his projects.
I don't get affected by materialistic things, says Inaamulhaq
Inaamulhaq, lead actor of Nakkash, speaks about the film, the joy of working with Kumud Mishra, why he gave up writing dialogues for cinema and why the audience should support small films.