• Channa Mereya (Punjabi) Movie Review: It's a fairly good remake of 'Sairat'

    Channa Mereya (Punjabi) Movie Review: It's a fairly good remake of 'Sairat'

    'Channa Mereya' had a slim chance of being able to repeat the success of its Marathi original 'Sairat'. Fortunately, director Pankaj Batra churns out a fairly good remake, proving himself yet again post 'Bambukaat' (2016)

  • Jagga Jasoos Movie Review: Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif shine before camera

    Jagga Jasoos Movie Review: Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif shine before camera

    'Jagga Jasoos' itself is a serious leap of faith. Honestly, I know no two faces as pleasant as Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif on the Indian screen. They naturally shine before the camera

  • 'War For The Planet Of The Apes' Movie Review

    'War For The Planet Of The Apes' Movie Review

    The tension thus set-up is thick, heavy and palpable. This film is strongly allegoric. The evils of war, obsession, revenge and the liberating aspects of sacrifice are delineated in exciting, funny and unforgettably poignant assay

  • 'Inside Edge'  Review: It promises to be a gritty, thrilling watch

    'Inside Edge' Review: It promises to be a gritty, thrilling watch

    Irrespective of whether you are a cricket fan or not, India's first original Amazon Prime show is a must-watch. The gritty tale of life beyond the cricket pitch is gripping, nerve-racking, emotional and chaotic

  • Guest Iin London Movie Review: Guests no welcome!

    Guest Iin London Movie Review: Guests no welcome!

    Yes, it's an ordeal to have guests at home, more so when they have annoying habits and show no signs of leaving. 'Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge?' was a laugh riot. But Paresh Rawal in 'Guest Iin London' doesn't offer anything new

  • Spider-man: Homecoming Movie Review

    Spider-man: Homecoming Movie Review

    To cut a long story short: With great power come great possibilities. From the audience's perspective, 'Spider-man: Homecoming' feels more like going back to old school

  • Mom Movie Review: Sridevi is surely the tiger mom!

    Mom Movie Review: Sridevi is surely the tiger mom!

    It's a big deal to see her on screen, let alone that there are hardly any worthwhile scripts with a woman at 53 in the lead. If there was one, it would be written for Sridevi

  • Baby Driver Movie Review

    Baby Driver Movie Review

    An adrenaline gusher, Edgar Wright's latest offering 'Baby Driver' has us on the edge-of-our-seats right from the opening credits itself

  • Tubelight Movie Review: Salman Khan acts the hell out of this film

    Tubelight Movie Review: Salman Khan acts the hell out of this film

    It may hit you rather late like a tube-light while you're watching the movie, but this is the most non-Salman film that Salman Khan, North India's Rajinikanth, has ever done in his career

  • 'G Kutta Se' Movie Review

    'G Kutta Se' Movie Review

    Films are expected to be entertaining. But some cinematic experiences tend to be more than just that. Rahul Dahiya's G Kutta Se touches nerves endings and makes your blood boil

  • 'Bank Chor' Movie Review

    'Bank Chor' Movie Review

    Bank Chor is one of the most unbearable movies of recent times. The problem is no one cared to make it well. The only saving grace is that Vivek Oberoi and Riteish Deshmukh haven't teamed up for an offensive sex comedy this time around

  • 'Despicable Me 3' Movie Review

    'Despicable Me 3' Movie Review

    The animation in 'Despicable Me 3' is the standard bearing distinctive. And the pacing is break-neck so you just have to hold on tight and sit upright for the exciting and reasonably thrilling joyride

  • 'Cars 3' Movie Review

    'Cars 3' Movie Review

    'Cars 3' is familiar kitsch. Disney/Pixar's attempt to mint money without really attempting an entirely creatively satisfying product, this third in the series, rips-off successful Hollywood plotlines to assuage us with its so-called difference

  • 'The Hunter's Prayer' Movie Review

    'The Hunter's Prayer' Movie Review

    With Surrogates and Terminator 3 under his belt, director Jonathan Mostow was expected to put on a good solid showing with this real world Euro-thriller effort - but it's not happening

  • 'All Eyez On Me' Movie Review

    'All Eyez On Me' Movie Review

    'All Eyez on Me' looks at the largely superficial aspects of Tupaq Shakur's life. We never get a hook into what made him who he was

  • 'Phullu' Movie Review

    'Phullu' Movie Review

    'Phullu', at times, may appear to be a social service campaign, considering its subject, but an effort has been made which needs to be lauded. It may be a small start, but a beginning has been made to change the mindset about menstruation

  • 'Raabta' Movie Review

    'Raabta' Movie Review

    'Raabta' is a good attempt, but given a few minor irritants, an emotional connect is hard to come by. Ironic, considering 'Raabta' in Urdu means connection. Sushant Singh Rajput and Jim Sarbh salvage the film with earnest performances

  • 'The Mummy' Movie Review

    'The Mummy' Movie Review

    'The Mummy', Alex Kurtzman's franchise reboot origin story has a fresh horror enabled look, is an elementary part of re-launch of their 'Dark Universe' series, but it's not one that is completely entertaining or interesting for that matter

  • 'Behen Hogi Teri' Movie Review

    'Behen Hogi Teri' Movie Review

    The first half of 'Behen Hogi Teri' starring Rajkummar Rao and Shruti Haasan is a breezy watch. You'll smile throughout, even frequently breaking into a laugh. But post interval, the filmmaker loses the plot. The film is now unnecessarily stretched

  • 'Hanuman Da Damdaar' Movie Review

    'Hanuman Da Damdaar' Movie Review

    "Hanuman Da Damdaar" is a modern retelling of Hanuman's glory, which is far from Valmiki's narration in the Ramayana, or for that matter, any narrative found in the scriptures