Ghar Waapsi

Often times you see this live your life, follow your dreams type drama that focuses on blaming the educational system and bad parenting, being successful mainly due to the relatability factor. I am not saying all of them were like that. But the good thing about the Hotstar special Ghar Waapsi is that it takes… Continue reading Ghar Waapsi

Meri Awas Suno

I know an audience segment that finds movies like Su Su Sudhi Vathmeekam and Vijay Superum Pournamiyum motivational and inspiring. Even though I haven’t disliked these movies, there was no major moving element for me in those films. Meri Awas Suno, Prajesh Sen’s third outing as a director along with Jayasurya somewhere, falls in a… Continue reading Meri Awas Suno

Maaran

When you watch Maaran, the new Karthick Naren film starring Dhanush as the title character, the disappointment is mainly due to this naive view of a young filmmaker about journalism. The idea itself feels heavily cliched, and Karthick seems to have no interest in creating characters with flesh and blood. At one point, the pace… Continue reading Maaran

Bro Daddy

If you were in that confused space before the release of Bro Daddy seeing the contradiction between the claims made by Prithviraj about the humor in the movie and the absence of genuine comedy in the promo content of the film, I would say you won’t feel disappointed after finishing this comedy entertainer. With color-rich… Continue reading Bro Daddy

Human

Human, the new Disney + Hotstar series featuring Shefali Shah and Kriti Kulhari in the main roles, explores the mindset of a toxically ambitious person. Without really trying to empathize with the unapologetic sociopath, the series creates interesting conflicts by using this character who has lost all the humane traits in her. With an engagingly… Continue reading Human