Sherni

Sherni, the new Amit Masurkar film after his debut venture Newton has some striking similarities with the Rajkummar Rao starrer. The similarities are largely on the structural side of the script. The central protagonist and their emotional struggle are almost the same here. While the slight caricature tone of Newton made it more of a… Continue reading Sherni




Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar

Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar from Dibakar Banerjee goes through different sorts of treatments. The opening single-shot scene of the movie itself was a mind-blowing one, and with that sequence, Dibakar makes sure that you are not going to look into your mobile phones while watching this survival thriller. Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar is basically a… Continue reading Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar




Sardar Ka Grandson

Sardar Ka Grandson wants to tap into the sentiments of people. The warm relationship between a grandmother and grandson, the brotherhood between two countries, a guy labeled as a loser trying to prove himself, etc., are the tracks in the story. But sadly, the writing here is bland. They are so desperate to create the… Continue reading Sardar Ka Grandson




Radhe

It seems like there is somebody in the inner circle of Mr. Salman Khan who has made him believe that Dabangg 3 and Race 3 are “good” entertainers. Looking at the way he is pushing the boundaries of “Kuch Bhi?” in his recent releases, it becomes more and more evident that he has no regard… Continue reading Radhe




Time to Dance

There are times when you wonder whether tolerance is a quality or a curse. If you can finish watching Sooraj Pancholi and Isabelle Kaif starrer Time to Dance without any sort of fast-forwarding, you will reach that point I mentioned in the beginning. This underdog dance story is so bad that you will wonder which… Continue reading Time to Dance




Meel Patthar

Ivan Ayr’s new film Meel Patthar (Milestone) is an extremely nuanced look at the mundane life of a class of people where they are sort of battling with this tragedy of being an easily replaceable entity. Narrated as the story of a trucker who has driven over 5 lakh kilometers, the movie feels metaphorical at… Continue reading Meel Patthar




Ajeeb Daastaans

The new Netflix original film Ajeeb Daastaans is a package of saddening or shocking stories. The movies focus on a variety of themes like revenge, class, caste, and true love. Barring Shashank Khaitan’s Majnu, I found all the other films in the movie compelling. Neeraj Ghaywan’s Geeli Pucchi and Kayoze Irani’s Ankahi were the most… Continue reading Ajeeb Daastaans




The Big Bull

In the debate about the co-existence of OTT platforms and theatres, one can really use the example of The Big Bull and Scam 1992 to show how the medium matters. Both these creations are based on the real-life of Harshad Mehta. But The Big Bull is a two and half hour long movie, and Scam… Continue reading The Big Bull