'Irada', 'Running Shaadi' or 'The Ghazi Attack'? Which film is worth your time and which film can be given a miss? Watch this film review.
Andrew Garfield sheds his Spider-Man garb to give us a performance that is charged with emotion and earnestness. Ultimately 'Silence' remains a powerful film -- one that deserves tremendous patience and understanding. You need to keep your faith in Martin Scorsese's abilities if you want to enjoy this one!
Just when John Wick (Keanu Reeves) thought he'd earned his retirement, a former associate calls in his marker thus extending the hired assassin's career and generally making action genre movie watching a tiresome and un-enlivening experience
'Hidden Figures', a stirring drama about three brilliant African-American women at NASA, who jostle to create their own space in a premier organization that was like many others, given to fantastic notions of white privilege
'Moonlight' is a film for the purists. The aesthetics are perfect and the non-judgemental empathy and concern displayed here, creates a haunting aftermath- provided you are willing to sit through the unique experience
What is Sunny Leone’s most amazing moment till date? What kind of difficulties did Sunny go through in the initial phase of her Bollywood career? Sunny will share this and more only on Sitaron Ki Baat, Sitaron Ke Saath
'Irada' has an overcrowded plot with facile characters, and lacks both the required energy and depth of the subject. There are too many parallel narratives and Aparnaa Singh's limited directorial skills aren't enough to handle the snags
If 'The Ghazi Attack' was elevated to IMAX, the experience would be even more immersive, and quite literally so. There's still very little happening below the surface so far as the script is concerned. The fact that the actors make their parts seem so phenomenally believable is a feat in itself
Right from the word go, you feel for these kindred spirits. Their vulnerabilities and awkwardness only make them more endearing to the audience. So, in spite of going to unbelievable lengths to raise the level of challenges that the young couple must go through, it's quite easy to root for them
A bunch of writers try to recreate the 2002 English language horror hit, 'The Ring' (based on Koji Suzuki's eponymous novel), which was a remake of the cult Japanese original, but it doesn't come close to either of the two chilling films
Akshay Kumar's performance as Jolly can be termed his finest yet. This one captures UP in all its notorious glory, with goons, and guns and is far more of a court-room drama, packaged as social satire, with comedy that’s subtly situational, rather than classic LOL stand-up stuff
Despite all the controversies, Akshay Kumar’s film 'Jolly LLB 2' has released today. Will this film be a pure win or will it be a damp squib? Why should you watch 'Jolly LLB 2' this weekend? This review will answer all your queries…
Rana Dagubatti was recently spotted promoting his upcoming patriotic film ‘The Ghazi Attack’ where he shared some interesting facts about the film and his character. Watch this video…
Veteran actor Nana Patekar recently visited Dainik Jagran office to promote his upcoming flick ‘Wedding Anniversary’ where he shared his life’s journey. Also watch this video to know what Nana has to say about the ‘Padmavati’ fiasco…
Anushka Sharma and Diljit Dosanjh starrer ‘Phillauri’’s trailer is out now! Anushka serves up a quirky tale as a friendly ghost. Watch the trailer to know more…
Kareena Kapoor Khan walked the ramp as the show stopper at the Grand Finale of Lakme Fashion Week 2017 held recently. Watch this video…
Jackie Chan and Sonu Sood-starrer ‘Kung Fu Yoga’ has hit theatres, this weekend. Watch our review to find out if the movie has managed to please the audiences or not.
There's spectacle and craft to be had here. CGI is overwhelming. While the special effects are impressive they don't have a unique feel to lend to the experience. The writing doesn't allow for much attachment. And having a white man save the day for the Chinese is certainly not pluralism the way we'd like to see it
This virulently violent fantasy may have had it's origins in a game series meant for young teens but the way the franchise has turned out over the years – it's been running towards adult content all along. Since it's inception way back in 2002, the 'Resident Evil' film franchise has been scouring the Box office for guilty gains and obviously succeeded given that we are now in the 6th and final chapter of the series
Trying to seriously deconstruct, decipher 'Kung Fu Yoga' plot is a lot like discussing politics over a drink, with close friends whose world-view you can't get -- nothing will change, you'll only end up destroying an evening