Bollywood Review

International Film Festival Rotterdam 2022: Urf Is An Engaging Documentary About Bollywood Lookalikes

It traces the history of Bollywood's junior artistes, while also providing commentary on the current state of Hindi cinema, from…

Unpaused: Naya Safar, On Amazon Prime Video, Suffers From Inconsistency

This collection proves yet again that a short film is a specialised art form with its own, very specific mastery

Unpaused, On Amazon Prime Video, is A Rare More-Hit-Than-Miss Anthology

The five-part anthology reveals the vignettes of an India in the throes of a deadly second wave

Kaun Banegi Shikharwati, On ZEE5, Is A Royal Bore

The 10-episode show's fundamentally unsound storytelling can deter the most forgiving of viewers from enjoying its brand of non-humour

Atrangi Re, On Disney+ Hotstar, Is An Epic Misfire

The film is the kind of bewildering disaster that nearly turns failure into an artform

Atrangi Re Review: The Ambition Is Big, But It Doesn’t Translate

A story this complex required both – sharper writing and a lighter touch

83 Loses Itself In The Excesses Of Euphoria

It’s the kind of film that, contrary to the team it highlights, remains happy to win hearts and not trophies

Aap Ke Aa Jane Se Infuses Interiority Into The “Dancing Uncle” Viral Video

Directed by Shiladitya Bora, the founder of Platoon One Films, the short film is streaming on the Large Short Films…

83 Movie Review: The Ideas Are Simplistic, But It Works

The transition from Kapil Dev to Ranveer Singh and vice versa is seamless as the actor delivers a superb performance

Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui Resolves Its Problems A Bit Too Easily

Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui is both – a necessary and laudable conversation starter but also an airbrushed and simplistic view of…

Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui Is An Empty, Sincere Gesture Of Commercial Queer Storytelling

The film starring Ayushmann Khurrana and Vaani Kapoor, is directed by Abhishek Kapoor

Tadap Sticks Close To Its Original, RX 100, But Doesn’t Find Its Footing

The worst sin in my book isn’t bad politics. It’s dullness. And that is what Tadap’s biggest problem is