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Kuch Bheege Alfaaz
Review: Love in the WhatsApp era
Onir has got what it needs to make sensible, thought-provoking, entertaining cinema, feels Prasanna D Zore.
is more than a superhero movie
...And that's a very good thing, feels Sukanya Verma.
We are all Mrs Maisels
'Except most of us have not hit rock bottom.'
Moneyspinners: Akshay's social causes on screen
Akshay Kumar has been taking on social causes with a vengeance and turning it into cinema.
feels like unending punishment
Aiyaary is a bloated, prolonged mess of misplaced purpose that digresses from military misdeeds to animal cruelty,...
Shape of Water
Review: Spellbinding Ode to Impossible Love
'Del Toro hits a cinematic nerve in capturing an enduring love for the oddball, the beauty in the bizarre and, most...
Review: It's about empowering Akshay Kumar
'Parts of Pad Man look like a Vicco Turmeric commercial, parts of it look like a Tourism Ad and parts of it like a...
is deceived by its own cleverness
Neeraj Pandey's Aiyaary is the sort of spy fantasy story that drunks narrate in bars, says Sreehari Nair.
gets a fair opening
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Touring India's cities with these movies.
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