Qala Review | Unnunanced Writing Derails This Visually Compelling Drama

In one of the very first scenes in Anvita Dutt’s new film Qala, we have the lead character promoting a female journalist in a press conference dominated by men. Through that sequence, Anvita clearly states that gender politics is a clear agenda of this film. But having politics is not enough to make things connect… Continue reading Qala Review | Unnunanced Writing Derails This Visually Compelling Drama

Monica, O My Darling Review | A Delightfully Original Black Comedy

Vasan Bala’s third directorial, Monica, O My Darling, is one delicious dark comedy that manages to be hilarious and engaging despite not having any outlandish suspense. The way Vasan and his co-writer Yogesh Chandekar place human psychology to create situational humor makes the movie unique. With that color palette and staged visual choreography, Monica, O… Continue reading Monica, O My Darling Review | A Delightfully Original Black Comedy

Uunchai Review | This Odd Entry to Sooraj Barjatya Filmography Is Surprisingly Good

If anyone asks me what exactly you mean by the word cringe, A Sooraj Barjatya film would be easily one of the first things that will come to my mind. Even in his last outing with Salman Khan, Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, Barjatya tried to infuse all that family values type “sanskari” storyline. By those… Continue reading Uunchai Review | This Odd Entry to Sooraj Barjatya Filmography Is Surprisingly Good

Thank God Review | Thankfully, This Forgettable Fantasy Is Not a Patience Tester

Thank God from director Indra Kumar is a wannabe, feel-good movie with no plans to look fresh. Starring Ajay Devgn and Sidharth Malhotra in major roles, Thank God is a lazily written greenscreen comedy that had the scope to walk away from the template but chose to play it safe by having skit-level jokes. Ayaan… Continue reading Thank God Review | Thankfully, This Forgettable Fantasy Is Not a Patience Tester

Ram Setu Review | When Your Proof for Ram Setu Is a Jumanji Tale Set in Sri Lanka

The movie Ram Setu’s story is set in the year 2007. It is about a report submitted by the Archaeological Survey of India at the Supreme Court about its findings about the Ram Setu, aka Adam’s Bridge. Well, as per history, there was a scenario in 2007 where a report about the authenticity of the… Continue reading Ram Setu Review | When Your Proof for Ram Setu Is a Jumanji Tale Set in Sri Lanka

Doctor G Review | Anubhuti Kashyap’s Film Is an Emotionally Winning Comedy Package

The brand Ayushmann Khurrana is known for taking up themes that have some social stigma attached to them, and so far, he has managed to have an excellent record in maintaining that brand. Of late, the preachiness of the movies was somewhat of a problem. But with Doctor G, the brand hits the sweet spot,… Continue reading Doctor G Review | Anubhuti Kashyap’s Film Is an Emotionally Winning Comedy Package

Maja Ma

In the recent past, Bollywood has made movies that represent the stories of characters belonging to the LGBTQIA+ community. Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan, Badhaai Do, etc., were some of the recent films that presented their romance in that vibrant ambiance. While those movies tried to penetrate the romantic comedy genre, Anand Tiwari is trying his… Continue reading Maja Ma

Plan A Plan B

A matchmaker and a divorce lawyer who has extremely opposite opinions about relationships sharing a workspace is an idea that has the potential to create a unique conflict. Plan A Plan B, directed by Shashanka Ghosh, unfortunately, doesn’t know how to get the best out of a peculiar premise and ends up being emotionally flat… Continue reading Plan A Plan B