Such is the title of this film that I’ve watched its trailer (once), bought its ticket (twice), and obviously watched the whole movie since—yet, I’ve had to Google before typing what this picture is called, on this page!
Atal Bihari Vajpayee was a tall leader. This has, by and large, been established. Why else would there be his biopic. The question is if the story on the late poet Prime Minister’s life (1924-2018) delves into anything deeper
SRK 3.0, on his part, cracking it in 2023, is the most competent we’ve seen him on screen, ever—altogether shorn of his usual mannerisms and tics (this grimace, that laughter) we’ve known and many have loved him for decades
There isn’t enough comedy for a film on a comic book—The Archies isn’t cheesy at all. The conflict is external, which is to save a local park—smartly weaving in larger issues of media control and corporate ownership
Three of Us has a strong vein of a woman chasing down her childhood sweetheart. But this is an Avinash Arun Dhaware film and he knows how to not trivialise emotions of any of his characters. His story is precious to him and he cares for everyone in it
12th Fail, which should’ve ideally been titled Restart (its tag-line), a film about the generosity of fellow humans. That no one’s really self-made. That it takes a proverbial village (literally, in this case) to script a success story
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