Indu Sarkar

It was marketed as a movie based on the emergency that happened in India during 1975. A political stir was there from Congress as they thought it defamed Indira Gandhi and Sanjay Gandhi. The anti Congress politics is there definitely in the narrative. But once you finish the film you would realize it is just …




Mubarakan

Anees Bazmee’s idea of film making seems to be just creating confusions and misunderstandings. The director who has made blockbusters with no brainers yet again tests the patience of his viewers. Unlike his other films, in Mubarakan there is only one guy to lessen the burden for the viewers and that is Mr. Anil Kapoor. …




Lipstick Under My Burkha

In the climax of Alankrita Shrivatava’s Lipstick Under My Burkha, the four leading ladies are talking about how the ability to dream made them suffer badly. It’s a scene crafted through humor and I found it very hard hitting. A film that has boldly spoken against the patriarchal society in a brilliant way facing objection …




Munna Michael

There is a small phase in the film Munna Michael where our protagonist and antagonist are sort of bonding. This phase happens in the earlier part of the movie and I kind of hoped things would go interesting. But Sabbir Khan had no different plans this time too. He deviates an interesting plot in to …




Jagga Jasoos

The primary target of Anurag Basu’s new film Jagga Jasoos is the little kids. The juvenile simple story is trying to tell them a tale about a boy who is in search of his father. And to make the “conveying a message” part more efficient, the film ends with a sequence where they are talking …




Mom

There is no denying in the fact that the first 45 minutes of Sridevi starrer Mom is heart wrenching. Director Ravi Udyawar manages to pull off this key phase of the movie in a very brutal way almost making us take our eyes away from the screen. But the issue with Mom is its detour …