The movie presents a version of Modi that the bhakts wants the rest of us to see, feels Utkarsh Mishra.
Arjun Kapoor doesn't know the difference between restrained and reactionless.
Jamly Yang never wanted to focus on one aspect of filmmaking. She has always been fascinated by how a movie comes together, appreciating every element. She enjoys the det
After 20 plus years of threatening to offer us new sensations, Nagesh Kukunoor has finally let it rip, raves Sreehari Nair.
As an executive producer for many of your favorite reality and competition television shows, Alex Cross believes her biggest responsibility is telling stories. She aims t
De De Pyaar De is a Radio Play being passed off as a Motion Picture, says Sreehari Nair.
'You'll find more wisdom on such matters in a Sara Ali Khan interview,' says Sukanya Verma.
Jun Li gives a first-hand look at the making of the film Son of Wanderer.
Cinematographer Nan Li describes his approach on the acclaimed film As Ye Sow.
It's time to move on from fights and dances and cliché, says Kshmaya Daniel.
If you have seen Arjun Reddy, you'd know that Vijay Deverakonda did a fantastic job and his performance is hard to match. Shahid, from what we see in the trailer, seems t
'Student of the Year 2 has no spunk, no plot and zero charisma,' sighs Sukanya Verma.
Cheng Wei Liao has spent his life enchanted by the limitless opportunities presented by the movies. As a child in Taiwan, he dreamed of a day where he could put his own t
As an actress, Juliana Betancourth gets to live a different life with each new role, grasping a new aspect of humanity with every character she portrays. As a citizen of
Growing up in Woodstock, Ontario, Evan Marsh often found himself going through the VHS tapes in his father's music/entertainment store. He would pick multiple movies and
'Even if Setters shows no inclination to understand the dark desperation that drives parents to buy marks for undeserving children, it could've made a little more effort
'As is mandatory in Bollywood these days, Blank too insists on painting a ferocious Muslim imagery of bushy beards, severe kohl-eyes and chequered scarfs spewing distorte
'Does Avengers: Endgame close satisfactorily?''Does it beat that gold standard of superhero movies, which Mr Nolan gave us nearly seven years ago?''After watching on an I
Did I cry? Yes.Did I smile? Yes.Did I get goosebumps? YES!Do I want to watch it again? Of course!Do I believe this is the end? Not quite.Sukanya Verma gets emotional watc
What is love and how does it communicate? Filmmaker Yingli Cheng illustrates the complications of the international and familial iterations of this in the film Lily.
This informative documentary film by Siyi Wu depicts the integration of traditional Chinese medicine in the US.
Surprisingly, Salman's acting doesn't look too dramatic, feels Namrata Thakker.
French-born producer Clara Levy found her own talent lay in recognising and cultivating the vision and passion of other artists. As part of the vanguard producing short f
What is the difference between very good and great? Accomplished professionals all have proficiency and talent; it's a requirement, particularly in the entertainment worl
'I don't remember the last time I was this invested in the characters of a story since Doordarshan's golden age or early days of cable television boom,' applauds Sukanya
While the cast and their acting looks promising enough, the storyline - not so much, says Kshamaya Daniel.
The writers have smartly targeted several politicians without mentioning them, says Ramesh S.
'Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyon Aata Hai neither asks nor answers,' complains Sukanya Verma.
At its core, Criminal Justice is a tale of small miscalculations leading to grave consequences, feels Sreehari Nair.
Modi: Journey of a Common Man is blatant propaganda, feels Utkarsh Mishra.
There are no heroes or villains in No Fathers in Kashmir, but only helpless characters, who perhaps don't have a choice other than learning to live with what they're subj
One only wishes RAW: Romeo Akbar Walter was cooked better, says Urvi Parikh.
What could have been an extraordinary movie fails to hit the mark, notes Urvi Parikh.
A little charm from the debuting actors and Notebook would actually be worthy of note.
Gone Kesh is a good-natured coming-of-age tale, applauds Sukanya Verma.
'Kesari devotes a significant chunk of its script to brandish Akshay's might as the dauntless, magnanimous, Sardar, Havildar Ishar Singh.''To his credit, the actor is a p
Bala creates a world so mad yet meticulous and unlike no other in Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota, raves Sukanya Verma.
Milan Talkies cannot decide what kind of a movie it wants to be, feels Sukanya Verma.
'Made in Heaven plays well as a busy show; when it's hip, but without being hopeless,' feels Sreehari Nair.
Badla wears the air of a cold, civil, old-fashioned whodunit, which treats its premise like an insidious game and characters with undisguised suspicion, feels Sukanya Ver
Captain Marvel is all about women empowerment, yet it's never preachy.
Streaming a diverse range of moods and moments, these films are a fairly commendable effort if not always riveting, feels Sukanya Verma.
Luka Chuppi is as much about live-in as Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge was about pigeons.
Sonchiriya is an entire mood within a movie, feels Sukanya Verma.
Total Dhamaal would be unwatchable without Madhuri's spunk and bossy swag playing off Anil Kapoor's bellyaching, bugged half's protests, says Sukanya Verma.
Somewhere in Cakewalk's forced enigma and clumsily written dialogues hides a slice-of-life about closure and grace, feels Sukanya Verma.