Om Raut's Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior ticks all the boxes a period drama needs. And watching it in 3D enhances the thrill of watching the action set-pieces and the locales at the display.
Chhapaak is so worryingly true and organically empathetic that it leaves you wholly, deeply agitated, when you're good to go.
Deepika Padukone and Vikrant Massey deliver compelling performances, but Chhapaak isn't going to be an easy watch.
With an unconvincing story and meagre thriller mechanics to go with it, The Grud feels rather tepid and tedious - even with such an ah-so-short runtime
You might appreciate the jazz ballet and the music, but beyond that, there's nothing much on show other than the outline of naked bodies under skinny, coloured tight costumes that the Indian censor board would...
Sab Kushal Mangal is more specifically set around a shot-gun wedding that, in a more urban context, would probably mean the sort of marriage that takes place out of compulsion
Commons as NYPD detective Grens is believable, Rosamund Pike manages to do justice to her dwindling screen time while the rest of the characters ( far too many) struggle to leave their mark
Bombshell may not seem deep in retrospect but its certainly very thorough and eventful!
Bombshell sees anchor Megyn Kelly (Charlize Theron) courting controversy for her comments on candidate Donald Trump, and finds herself at the receiving end from both internal and external forces
There is much effort made at gently educating audiences about IVF in general while entertaining them at the same time. Does give the film stronger legs to stand on.
Spies in Disguise is merely a big-budget offshoot that is disorderly in its narration and rather irreverent and careless when compared to other superior animation products.
The leads -- Akshay, Kareena, Diljit Dosanjh and Kiara and their banter give Good Newwz some inspired moments of hilarity and lunacy, but the film also has its share of tears.
You knew exactly what you were walking into a Prabhu Deva picture, mating with a Salman Khan movie, carrying forward a cop-comedy franchise.
Salman Khan tries his best to elevate the material but Dabangg 3 cannot escape from the clutches of boredom.
Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker purportedly the last of the Star Wars expulsions is an example of what happens when money becomes paramount in franchise-building.
Mardaani 2 is very much a Bollywood styled 'thriller' still
The Body's narrative is slow and fails to set your imagination on fire. The camerawork, unlike that of the Spanish original, is stodgy and workmanlike. There's nothing dark, eerie or inveigling in this telling
Rani Mukerji is as ferocious in Mardaani 2 as she was in the first film, but this thriller cannot escape from the clutches of an informative approach.
The kids-turned-adult heroes of Jumanji are joined by veterans Danny DeVito and Danny Glover in Jake Kasdan's sequel but the fun is still largely, a big miss
Kartik Aaryan, Bhumi Pednekar, and Ananya Panday are all in good form in a remake that's both funny and formulaic.