Dunki Review | Easily the Weakest Rajkumar Hirani Film With a Skimmed-Through Script

Of late, I have felt that the movies of Rajkumar Hirani have not aged well, as when you rewatch them, the loudness kind of sticks out. Yes, the humor in them has always helped them cover up the glossy and preachy messaging. When it comes to Dunki, he is very much sort of repeating the… Continue reading Dunki Review | Easily the Weakest Rajkumar Hirani Film With a Skimmed-Through Script

Rashmi Rocket

A large part of Akarsh Khurana’s Rashmi Rocket feels like a very typical movie that wants to be vocal at every second about its feministic stand. The hurried nature of the movie to place our central character as this one in a million talent doesn’t land that smoothly. But it is actually by the time… Continue reading Rashmi Rocket


The title is Thappad (slap) and the trailer reveals that it’s a movie about a woman who decides to file a divorce petition against her husband when he slapped her during a party. In our heads, we will be imagining the movie to have a husband character who has absolutely no regard for his wife… Continue reading Thappad


I have not seen The Invisible Guest even after knowing that Badla directed by Sujoy Ghosh is an official remake of this 2017 Spanish film. I wanted to go in without any clue of what will unravel and from that point, this Amitabh Bachchan  Taapsee Pannu starrer is indeed an engaging thriller. With the major… Continue reading Badla


Love triangles have always been a favorite of Bollywood and what is so refreshing about Anurag Kashyap’s Manmarziyan is the fact that it doesn’t constrain itself into the cage of morality or character sanctity. Through three flawed humane characters, this script by Kanika Dhillon reinvents the genre in a deeply affecting way. By addressing the… Continue reading Manmarziyan