Indian Police Force Review | Rohit Shetty’s Bland OTT Debut Is Literally and Figuratively Sore to the Eyes

Rohit Shetty’s movies are not known for being subtle or nuanced. He himself has said in interviews that he wants to entertain the single-screen audience, and he doesn’t care about critics. Even though he has repeated the same thing over and over again in his films, I was curious to know how he would approach… Continue reading Indian Police Force Review | Rohit Shetty’s Bland OTT Debut Is Literally and Figuratively Sore to the Eyes

Mission Majnu Review | Yet Another Jingoistic Espionage Thriller Drenched in Cliches

One thing that has always bewildered me in most of Bollywood’s over-the-top action espionage stories is how they spoon-feed the audience about how agencies like RAW operate. The new “Deshbhakthi” package, Mission Majnu, starring Sidharth Malhotra in the central role, is yet another jingoistic action drama soaked in age-old cliches. The terrible writing of the… Continue reading Mission Majnu Review | Yet Another Jingoistic Espionage Thriller Drenched in Cliches

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