Profile of Arnab Banerjee
The film written by Kabir Khan, Sanjay Puran Singh Chauhan and Vasan Bala is a breezy entertainer fast-forwarded with deft editing and unemotional tracks.
This week's release 'Tadap' marks the debut of actor Suniel Shetty's son, Ahan Shetty, onto the big screens. How is the movie and, more so, how has Jr. Shetty fared? Here's the movie review of 'Tadap'.
Written and directed by Milap Zaveri, 'Satyameva Jayate 2' is one such effort which willy-nilly gives us a ludicrous story of a Home Minister (no less!) who as a vigilante would bear none of the nonsense created by all those people in power – doctors, builders, police personnel, etc.
The premise was so interesting and perfect for a smart sequel. Alas, director Varun K Sharma runs out of ideas as soon as he begins penning them, it seems. For there is none of the chutzpah, nor innovativeness, not even the quick repartee that we saw in the 2005 film.
It’s a Rohit Shetty film, in which cars have to fly, bodies butchered and many chase sequences merrily borrowed from Hollywood‘s hugely successful films.
The two-hour-long film has some great starcast, including two veterans, both of whom try to add gravitas to a film that doesn’t quite know whether to follow the comic track or label itself in the emotional drama category.
The idea behind the story of the film may have been to dissect and connect the Good Vs the Bad dichotomy, but the plot is too thin to evoke any interest.
In the midst of all the seriousness that the film is intended for, an out-of-the-blue song and dance featuring the lead actors, makes you wonder which way the film is headed.
Like the word 'Bhramam' in Malayalam that translates into ‘delusion’, the film too, remains a misbelief and never really takes off on its own!
Entertaining first half that had all the frills for an engaging emotional saga, but just fizzles out thereafter!
Daniel Craig's final performance as agent 007, in the 164-minute-long thriller, includes the regular flamboyance and the grand opulent adventure that any Bond movie is known for.
The series once again focuses on the dreams and aspirations of the young whose wishes and career- oriented goals are often eroded by reality, leaving them with a hollow place where those hopes and ambitions once resided.
Netflix’s latest offering ‘Ankahi Kahaniya’ explores the nature of true love, and the tender feeling of affection one person has for another, even if it’s unreasonable and not necessarily reciprocated.
Many details that are in public domain are given importance in 'Thalaivii', but many lesser known or unheard of details remain omitted with not even a passing mention in a film that calls itself a biopic.
The film’s tongue-in-cheek look at how condoms affect the lives of three people is too banal to enjoy laughs all the way. Whatever little fun is intended, it’s marred by too many second guesses by viewers.
The majority of the film is peppered with deliberate attempts at creating shadowy moments devoted to arguments between the various characters. Once it becomes a routine, it quickly becomes awfully tedious.
The 125-minute thriller that begins with a hijack drama was meant to be a roller-coaster spy ride, but with action zigzagging back and forth too often, it leaves viewers rather puzzled in trying to piece together several knots that keep tying up.
If only, in the 135-minute war saga we could know more about his penchant for bravery and selfless commitment to the country we would have really known him better. After all, “Yeh Dil Maange More!”
Even when it stops surprising us, director James Gunn comes up with sudden completely unexpected turns to help you settle down in your seats all over again.
To tell the story of an ordinary man who rises to the top, director Ranjith uses all time-tested clichés.
Some viewers might be divided over the movie’s ending, but there’s no denying the impact that this film can have on them, regardless of what kinds of families that people have
Creative director Devrath Sagar keeps the stories within the realm of personal love, and navigates the gamut of emotions that come with finding romantic connections in unexpected situations
'Toofaan' is a fictional story by Anjum Rajabali about a lower-middle-class boxer, who defies all traditional norms and emerges champion.
The film shows off plenty of intelligence and efficiency, but not enough depth of character, and the main players seem to be left to be fleshed out by the respective actors alone.
The screenplay rambles in many directions for long before one realises that the overall theme and premise is all about lack of passion on the one hand and sexual desire on the other.