Film Review: India’s most wanted
It starts with people having fun at a hotel, with a calm song playing in the background and a sudden blast. In the next scene, we see the character played by Rajendra Gupta firing shots at his team for letting all these blasts happening over the country...Read More
Film Review: PM Narendra Modi
PM Narendra Modi: PM Narendra Modi is such a personality which needs no introduction. We know his story and it will need a great filmmaker to make a film about him.
Vivek Oberoi has just tried to make money out of the elections and has proved once again that a bad actor and director can ruin a great stor...Read More
Film Review: De De Pyar De
De De Pyar De – The film is produced by Luv Ranjan, directed by debut filmmaker Akiv Ali, wants you to believe that it is progressive. It advocates various “modern-day” aspects of relationships that have traditionally been frowned upon: live-in, divorce and a sizeable age gap...Read More
Film Review: Student of the Year 2
Firstly, Have you ever seen, that mobile phone companies sometimes launch upgraded versions of phones and you buy them with great zeal just to find that there is nothing different? Student of the Year 2 is such an upgraded mobile phone with no newness.
The first Student of the Year is directed by Karan...Read More
Film Review: Blank: The Movie title says the story!
Blank: The Movie title says the story!: Another film showing terrorists and anti-terrorist squad trying to stop them. Director of the Film is Behzad Khambata.
Blank is all about terrorists and sleeper cells...Read More
Film Review: Avengers Endgame
The Wait is Over!
Avengers Endgame – A teary & joyous ride: Finally, the wait is over and the biggest movie all times released today in cinemas. All the booking sites nearly crashed in India/Overseas with advance bookings...Read More
Film Review: Kalank
The makers of Kalank not only want every frame to be a painting but every dialogue a proverb. However, it becomes tedious, and the audience does not connect well.
The story is based in a town called Husnabad, near Lahore, a few years before the Partition of India and Pakistan...Read More
Film Review: Tashkent Files
Tashkent Files is a movie where a group of people sits down in a closed room to decide if former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri died of natural causes or whether he was murdered. Director Vivek Agnihotri picks his subject carefully; to roast the beans in this election season.... Read More
Film Review: Badla
Bollywood has a handful of good suspense thrillers. Kahaani 2012 directed by Sujoy Ghosh is one best film of this genre. Badla is another Masterpiece of Sujoy Ghosh and expectations are high because it reunites the cast of much-loved movie Pink.
Badla is a remake of a Spanish Suspense thriller, ‘The Invisible Guest’...Read More