This film could well have been titled Welcome 2 Stupids! You know this is a film that does not care much for the intellect
When Laila gets admission to New York University, she leaves the security of her Delhi family and home, and also leaves behind heartbreak and rejection
Dharam Sankat Mein is the official remake of the 2010 British satirical comedy ‘The Infidel’ (by Josh Appignanesi)
Broken Horses is essentially a Hollywood version of the Bollywood film with all the melodrama but poorer performances.
In this milieu, a recent graduate Byomkesh Bakshy gets his first major detection case.
The most startling thing about ‘NH10’ is that you know this could happen to any one of us. It’s the realism that shakes you and...
The thing I liked most about Sharat Katariya’s love story Dum Laga Ke Haisha is that it turns stereotypes on its head.
Poor production values and ridiculous camera angles further rob Ab Tak Chhappan 2 of any individuality, making you wonder why they bothered with this sequel.
A noir psychological thriller, Sriram Raghavan explores the connected motivations of revenge and redemption in Badlapur.
Vikramjit Singh’s 'Roy' is replete with eye candy: Arjun (till he sports a beard!), Jacqueline (in a double role), Ranbir and the lush locales of...
Illaiyaraja’s music does a great deal of work but the greatest disappointments of 'Shamitabh' are the shortcuts in the plot
Confusing and torturously long, Hawaizaada tries to be all things to all people which results in it failing to take off.
‘Baby’ is a plod, to say the least, at two hours and 40 minutes as a covert division of the Indian intelligence service jet sets...
In Dolly Ki Doli, Sonam Kapoor plays Dolly, the front-woman of a gang of thieves that identifies rich but intellectually lacking wannabe-grooms and then unleashes...
In Northern India attitude (tevar) seems to all it needs to be a one-man army – an invincible mixture of Salman Khan, Rambo and Terminator....
Anurag Kashyap returns to the stark, dark, and yes, ugly world that he once painted in his debut, unreleased Paanch.
PK, who learns through contact, describes himself as an ‘astronaut’ and speaks Bhojpuri. His cuteness is exemplified when he says that he has visited the...
In writer-director Rensil D’Silva’s Ungli, a group of vigilantes run amok taking the law into their own hands and bringing the corrupt to their knees.
Director Shaad Ali’s Kill Dil starts off with promise, even though there is predictability about the story.
Tevar, an Arjun Kapoor- Sonakshi Sinha- Manoj Bajpai starrer is full of action, comedy and romance, the former being the most valid in all situations.
So ‘Ocean’s Eleven’ meets ‘The X-Factor’ and you have ‘Happy New Year’. With each actor being accorded an ‘introduction’ scene
Ajay Devgn revealed the trailer of his upcoming movie Action Jackson.
Saif Ali Khan's Happy Ending is a lame story that appears to be a bad combination of Masti and Love Aaj Kal
William Shakespeare’s Hamlet is a fallen hero and Vishal Bhardwaj’s Haider is no different. He is tragically flawed, vengeful and sometimes unhinged.