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

Anek

In this new phase of his directorial career, Anubhav Sinha took up extremely pertinent topics. The good thing about almost all those films was that he took the risk of addressing sensitive issues and managed to present them in a way we would appreciate the craft in his presentation. On that scale, I would say… Continue reading Anek

Bala

Amar Kaushik is the guy who made last year’s crackling horror-comedy Stree. This year he comes up with another comedy named Bala, starring the man of unusual choices, Ayushmann Khurrana.  If you compare it with the standard of a Stree or a Badhaai Ho (two recent successful films of the actor and the director) Bala… Continue reading Bala