Anupama Chopra is a critic, author and the director of the Mumbai Film Festival. She’s been writing about Bollywood since 1993 for international publications like The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and Sight & Sound. She is also the founder and editor of Film Companion. Watch her movie reviews every Friday.


Set in Miami during the crack cocaine epidemic of the 1980s, the film is a deeply personal story about the three stages of a man’s life


Leads actors Amit Sadh and Taapsee Pannu try to rescue the flailing script with their easy camaraderie 


Watch Anupama Chopra's review of Kung Fu Yoga, a movie starring Jackie Chan, Sonu Sood, Disha Patani, and Amyra Dastur. The movie is directed by Stanley Tong .


Watch Anupama Chopra's review of The Great Wall, a movie starring Matt Damon, Willem Dafoe, Jing Tian and Pedro Pascal. The movie is directed by Zhang Yimou.


Hrithik Roshan invests much sweat and sincerity into this slim story


Raees is a fascinating character who maneuvers his way to power in dangerous times


Shaad Ali’s film is an exact, frame by frame remake of Mani Ratnam’s Tamil film O Kadhal Kanmani about a young live-in couple in Mumbai


Debutant director Shlok Sharma constructs a layered tale of a lonely teenage girl and her predatory teacher who abuses her sexually, physically and psychologically


Director Nitesh Tiwari brings to life the inspiring story of Haryana wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat and his daughters Geeta and Babita. This film is about the innate strength of women – both in the akhada and outside it.