Profile of Deepa Gahlot
Anushka Sharma’s performance keeps the film going, both as the romantic village girl, as well as the cheeky ghost.
The film starts with a disclaimer that it does not endorse dowry, but there will be many amidst its target audience, who will not be converted by the film’s message, but you can’t blame the filmmaker for trying.
Comic actor Deven Bhojani has directed this film in such a slapdash fashion, that it is unintentionally funny, but still not in the so-bad-that-it's-good category
Rangoon, with the talent and resources on call, still falls far short of the masterpiece it could have been. Casablanca it most certainly is not.
The final twist is clever, but that’s about all in a film 135 minutes long...
Watching it as just a movie divorced from the reality around us, Raees offers as many moments of entertainment as tedium in the second half...
Xander Cage’s mentor tells him: “Kick some ass. Get the girl. And try to look dope while you’re doing it.” Which is what Vin Diesel proceeds to do with much relish.
Shaad Ali, remaking Mani Ratnam's Tamil hit O Kadhal Kanmani strikes false notes when he has his hip young characters rush about in public transport
The film manipulates the audience's rah-rah emotions at many points, particularly at the end.
The film will obviously appeal to those who liked the Potter sagas, and they get a chance to enter a whole new world of Rowling-created mythology.
Audiences have taken to it, because it combines two mass opiates—cricket and cinema
Amitabh Bachchan holds the movie together with his piercing gaze and formidable presence
A callous anachronism has ruled Bollywood costume and set design. Exemplars exist, but no one learns.
The hard work, sweat and tears that go into the making of a champ are depicted well
The fifth installment featuring the CIA assassin with a memory loss and identity problem
Set in Punjab in the throes of the Khalistani separatist movement, the film is about the suffering of ordinary people
The film proves that the idea of the worm-turning kind of vigilantism has its limitations
Overpopulated by a cast of delightfully daffy animal characters and a visual quality that’s pure eye candy.
Aims for controversy over cinematic accomplishment—a rebel for the cause of freedom of expression
Instead of concentrating on the ‘what’, the film concentrates on the ‘how’. This is where it scores.
It’s a difficult film to watch, not entertaining or edifying in any way
Breaking the image of Punjab that Bollywood has so carefully built
A lot more about aging, loneliness and grief than it is about solving a mystery.
Don’t think too much of the plot, just watch the stars and take in the ’70s production design and music
Handsomely mounted, but a conventional biopic.