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  • Review: Shor Se Shuruaat

    Directors: Rahul V Chittella, Amira Bhargava, Annie Zaidi, Pratik Rajen Kothari, Supriya Sharma, Arunima Sharma, Satish Raj
  • Yunus Sajawal: I Can’t Write Comedy Thinking About Logic

    The long version of the story goes all the way back to when I was new in Bombay. One of the first ads I had done was for Sunsilk directed by Kundan Shah.
  • Taking Aim

    Basically, this film didn’t have mainstream stars in it. But, this year, we had films which had very different content and didn’t feature big stars.
  • Review: Kahaani 2

    When you have a critically acclaimed director like Sujoy Ghosh, an actress like Vidya Balan, who portrays complex characters with seamless ease, and a sequel to the 2012 hit thriller Kahaani, there’s
  • Review: Island City

    The film follows three sets of stories. In the first one, titled Fun Committee, a Dilbert-like employee works nose-to-the-grindstone in a big, modern, white office.
  • Ae Dil Hai Mushkil

    There’s Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, threre’s Ranbir Kapoor and there’s Anushka Sharma. The cherry on the cake is Karan Johar, who has helmed this film. And, we all know what a team like this can deliver.
  • Review: Maatr

    Maatr is the kind of title that leaves little doubt about the theme of the film.
  • Judwaa 2

    A remake always runs the risk of being compared to the original film.
  • Muvie Review

    First time director Atanu Mukherjee’s thriller, Rukh, boasts a generous dose of intrigue. The film is about an 18-year-old, Dhruv (Adarsh Gourav), who is sent to boarding school by his parents.
  • Baaraat Company

    A wedding is a huge responsibility for any family and no one likes surprises, least of all the parents, who rest easy only after the pheras take place.
  • Raag Desh

    Tigmanshu Dhulia’s Raag Desh takes you back, way back, to the 1940s, to that long-forgotten chapter of Indian history when three officers – Shahnawaz Khan, Prem Kumar Sahgal and Gurbaksh Singh Dhillon
  • Indu Sarkar

    This political drama takes you back to the Emergency in 1975. It’s a time when the government ordinance declaring a state of Emergency holds the population virtually hostage.