Wonder Women Review | Yet Another Moving Tale of Hope From Anjali Menon

In her movies, Anjali Menon always enjoys exploring multiple dimensions of a set of people with similarities. In Bangalore Days, it was the cousins; in Koode, it was the siblings; and in Usthad Hotel, I think it was the generations. She somehow creates a tribe and then communicates their emotional journey from a low point… Continue reading Wonder Women Review | Yet Another Moving Tale of Hope From Anjali Menon


Dhamaka from Ram Madhvani is a film that is taking a lot of effort to feel like a sensible thriller. On paper, this adaptation of the 2013 Korean movie The Terror Live looks intriguing. But when it comes to the film, Ram Madhvani can’t really give enough space for the moral conflict of the hero.… Continue reading Dhamaka

Bombay Begums

One criticism that was held continuously against the movies made by Alankrita Shrivastava was that they were too female-oriented that men in those stories felt as insignificant as heroines in some of the mainstream masala movies. And one could also sense her trying to pitch too many things about women’s desires, which made her movies… Continue reading Bombay Begums


The treatment of the movie Choked felt like it wants to shift the gears from third to fourth but never really got that clean stretch to make that shift. The new Anurag Kashyap movie will leave you wanting for more excitement in the tale. The build-up here is clever and it has multiple elements that… Continue reading Choked