Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya Review | A Fun Human Robo Rom-Com With an Underdeveloped Central Conflict

The reason why something like Android Kunjappan worked for me was the fact that it was able to address various aspects of a robot entering our routine life. From the obvious humor to the emotional impact such an unemotional entity creates in our minds was presented very sensibly in that film. When it comes to… Continue reading Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya Review | A Fun Human Robo Rom-Com With an Underdeveloped Central Conflict

Ganapath Review | This Green Screen Garbage Is a Multi-Level Endurance Test

Sitting through Ganapath, the new Tiger Shroff movie, is pretty difficult because they have taken the audience for granted in a very arrogant way. I actually found myself in a very baffled situation as the names and claims of the movie had no connection with what I saw on screen. Firstly, this is directed by… Continue reading Ganapath Review | This Green Screen Garbage Is a Multi-Level Endurance Test

Adipurush Review | Sitting Through This Mythological Mishap May Make You an Atheist

Reimagining epics is not a crime. We have seen Mani Ratnam creating Raavanan in a modern-day setup from the perspective of Raavan. Art is supposed to give that extra push or a different perspective. The new creation by Om Raut, Adipurush, reimagines Ramayan in the silliest way possible, and it was so bad that I… Continue reading Adipurush Review | Sitting Through This Mythological Mishap May Make You an Atheist

Shehzada Review | A Dead on Arrival Remake That Nobody Asked For

First things first, I wasn’t a great admirer of Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo, and I found it a passable entertainer mainly because of the ease and grace with which Allu Arjun performed the central character. The movie was, in a way, a very daring attempt as the core idea on paper looked like a spoof of black-and-white… Continue reading Shehzada Review | A Dead on Arrival Remake That Nobody Asked For

Bachchhan Paandey

If the script is interesting, then even a bad filmmaker won’t be able to mess it up. This is a statement I have heard many people say in interviews. Well, the new film Bachchhan Paandey from Akshay Kumar has the potential to make those people rethink that statement. Bachchhan Paandey is very much a scene-by-scene… Continue reading Bachchhan Paandey

Mimi

Even though the movie deals with a subject that has got various dimensions in the modern world, Laxman Utekar’s Mimi is a very simplistic movie that wants to entertain and educate. And it will be fair to say that Mimi is not going to change anything here as the simplistic nature makes the movie more… Continue reading Mimi