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

Heropanti 2

Towards the end of the movie Heropanti 2, there is a moment where director Ahmed Khan made Nawazuddin Siddiqui say the line, “What an actor! He should get an Oscar” about Tiger Shroff. The word audacity feels like an inferior one to describe the arrogant confidence of Ahmed Khan and Sajid Nadiadwala. Every week there… Continue reading Heropanti 2

Baaghi 3

The audacity of the director Ahmed Khan to credit himself as the “Action Designer” and director of the movie Baaghi 3, after making all those atrocious abuses of the branch of science called Physics for almost two and a half hours deserves a minimum of two film fare awards. You hear all these conversations happening in the… Continue reading Baaghi 3


There is an over the top way of storytelling that has always been there in YRF’s biggies. Dhoom 3, Thugs of Hindostan, Tashan etc were phenomenal examples for how badly they executed interesting (borrowed) ideas. Siddharth Anand is the man who famously Indianized Knight and Day with tacky execution of imaginations. So War, which marks… Continue reading War

A Flying Jatt

A Flying Jatt directed by choreographer turned director Remo D’Souza is a funny film in my opinion. Not just because it has certain moments of actual comedy, but even when it tries to be serious you somewhere giggle a bit at the lameness of the narrative. With all the clichés in the world about a… Continue reading A Flying Jatt