When I saw the trailer of ‘An Action Hero’, all I could gather from it, was a film that will try to break the stereotype of Ayushman Khurana’s socially responsible cinema and Jaideep Ahlawat would be a bonus. But oh boy was I surprised! The unique mix of wit, style, intelligence, and entertainment this film … Continue reading AN ACTION HERO – Packs a pun-ch, arguably amongst the best this year.
We all need some frivolous content once in a while that promises nothing beyond harmless entertainment. 14 phere starts off feeling just the right choice for a breezy watch. A young just of college couple, different casts, want to get married but with maa baap ki marzi. Concept wise it is quintessential Bollywood and they … Continue reading 14 PHERE | Cutting Review | Zee5 | Easily passable
An untimely death leaves a young widow grappling with the idea of grief. The farthest of relatives are lining up displaying profound loss meanwhile this girl is craving pani puri. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euGVuKOe1BE You go against the expectations of the society and you are declared insane in no time. For Sandhya, asking for Pepsi and Chips in … Continue reading PAGLLAIT | CUTTING REVIEWS | NETFLIX
Hello fellow binge watchers! Most of us have grown up in an education system where PT period’s importance was next to that of a free period. But your PT teacher’s influence extended beyond that one class. You might end up sucking at any or all sports but it’s the sportsmanship that he/she teaches you for … Continue reading CHALAANG|AMAZON PRIME| Unambitious, mildly engaging|CUTTING REVIEW
A sprawling Banyan tree, some old men with big turbans sitting underneath, dictating laws for the village and solving family feuds. Thanks to Bollywood and very fade civic lessons, this is the visual that comes to my mind when I hear the word ‘Panchayat’. If you are anything like me you will be pleasantly refreshed … Continue reading Panchayat – endearing fables of Rural India through a Modern lens
A female lead trying to carry the whole story on her shoulders, not the first time. A character that is not bound by the realms of good or bad, not the first time again. Despite references to similar works, Simran is experimentally different. The story of a rebellious young lady who lives her life on her … Continue reading SIMRAN – Nothing but Kangana, and a little too much of her
Seems like a year of double role movies. Like every other story of this genre, there are two characters diametrically opposite of each other. One, a walking talking matrimonial ad and the other a mysteriously cool bad guy. The only difference between the two looks is credited to the redundant brand integration of hair gel. … Continue reading A Gentleman – Excels in ‘good looks’, rest is a safe action romedy
Delayed for the longest time, surrounded by multiple controversies and introduced by a underwhelming trailer, let us clear the air about what Jagga Jasoos is NOT. It is not a silly and shallow ride through nonsensical discoveries of the lead pair. It is not even about their chemistry or love story. There might be resemblances, … Continue reading Jagga Jasoos – Ranbir all the way in this ‘musical’ done right