The Sky Is Pink

The Sky is Pink is based on the true story of a young girl named Aisha Chaudhary who died at the age of 18 due to pulmonary fibrosis. She was a bright young girl who had a really different vision about life and happiness. So when you think about someone making a movie about that […]




War

There is an over the top way of storytelling that has always been there in YRF’s biggies. Dhoom 3, Thugs of Hindostan, Tashan etc were phenomenal examples for how badly they executed interesting (borrowed) ideas. Siddharth Anand is the man who famously Indianized Knight and Day with tacky execution of imaginations. So War, which marks […]




The Zoya Factor

There were some Sonam Kapoor movies in the past like Aysha, Bewakoofiyan etc which were all like passable watchable romantic comedies that can’t be called as great films. The new Sonam Kapoor film featuring Dulquer Salmaan as the male lead, The Zoya Factor is a movie that is very much in that zone. I have […]




Dream Girl

If you look at the structure of the new Ayushmann Khurrana film Dream Girl, you will get reminded of his first big success Vicky Donor.  While Vicky Donor had an extremely pertinent subject at the center and it sensitively approached it in the second half, Dream Girl is more interested in making things all the […]




Batla House

When you approach a real-life incident based cinema that is still controversial even after the people involved in it got a clean chit from authorities, the situation is extremely tricky. You will have to take a stand and make that stand believable. Batla House, the new John Abraham movie directed by Nikhil Advani is one […]




Mission Mangal

In the new movie Mission Mangal, almost every character is drawing inspiration from things they see in real life. One’s trick to make Poori becomes the foundation of the project and at a crucial point, one character switches off the power of the main system and turns it on remembering what her husband said when […]




Judgemental Hai Kya

The basic idea of the new Kangana Ranaut starrer Judgemental Hai Kya comes from a point of perspective. Our interpretation of normal and abnormal depends way too much on being a regular person. And among the not so regular ones, we tend to call some mental, simply because they weren’t afraid to be themselves in the public eye. Kanika Dhillon is somewhat juggling with this idea in her new script Judgemental Hai Kya (previously titled Mental Hai Kya) and the end result is an interesting one.




Article 15

When the movie Article 15 got announced and even when the trailer of the movie dropped, one thing that sort of bothered me was that whether it will end up being a semi-documentary that one will have to appreciate only for the intent. But the most appreciable thing about this movie is that you can […]