Drishyam 2 : The Resumption |Cutting Review |A Solid & fitting sequel

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3AgHt1ZHh7c Very rarely do we see sequels superseding the success of a popular movie, especially a thriller. The first part left us with a satisfying closure where the hero - a common man, won against all odds - the system.  All possibilities were explored and we were convinced that with this end, the dead and … Continue reading Drishyam 2 : The Resumption |Cutting Review |A Solid & fitting sequel

Tribhanga|Netflix | Delightful in pieces | Cutting Review

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUaMnpBBmEk Mothers are also daughters, and wives, and women and after all those labels, individuals. Tribhanga looks at characters who challenge this societal order of responsibilities. It brings the story of few non-conformist women who chose to be their own selves first.   Tribhanga  explores the dynamics of a dysfunctional family through the lens of … Continue reading Tribhanga|Netflix | Delightful in pieces | Cutting Review

AK vs AK – An extended roast in disguise of a thriller

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WhGEvtb3HU To appreciate AK vs AK you have to be at least a decade old fan of Bollywood in the first place. Not to say that this film follows the template of any Bollywood movie ever. In fact it does just the opposite. It bends rules, crosses boundaries and blurs the line between reel and … Continue reading AK vs AK – An extended roast in disguise of a thriller

AASHRAM|MX PLAYER|CUTTING REVIEW | Slow, uneventful in big & impactful in small parts

Aashram Chapter 1 & 2  builds a very compelling world based on the far and wide consequences of blind faith. The larger than life aura and fanfare of the central character, Baba Nirala is cringe-worthy but at the same time very immersive with all the ‘japnaam’ chants. While the direction, editing and narration are amateurish, … Continue reading AASHRAM|MX PLAYER|CUTTING REVIEW | Slow, uneventful in big & impactful in small parts

Dolly Kitty aur woh chamakte sitare – there are stars here, but with very little shine left in them | Netflix Orignal | Cutting review

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJAJVe8-0pw Hello fellow binge watchers! So Netflix just dropped another original this Friday. But before you decide to invest/waste two beautiful hours of your life, here is a word of caution. It is tiresome to point out all that is wrong with the understanding and depiction of the much abused word ‘feminism’ in Indian cinematic … Continue reading Dolly Kitty aur woh chamakte sitare – there are stars here, but with very little shine left in them | Netflix Orignal | Cutting review