17 Sep 2016
New Delhi: The mangalsutra in this movie, if you may, is the Hindu equivalent of Hollywood’s holy-cross that usually stands between mere mortals, and the evil spirit. This particular mangalsutra is also doubly blessed, as the mother-in-law puts it. Because, you know, it was taken to the ‘Jai Mata Di Vaishno Devi’ temple for an added layer of protective cover.
15 Sep 2016
At the cost of sticking his neck out, mid-day critic Mayank Shekhar feels that 'Pink' is even more impactful and powerful than Rajkumar Santoshi’s 'Damini'. He feels 'Pink' does compel one to think. And that’s not all it does.
17 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Delhi girl Taapsee Pannu says like any young woman growing up in the city, she faced eve-teasing and harassment.
03 Sep 2016
New Delhi: If my gossip-reads serve me right, Akira is the name of Farhan Akhtar’s daughter. And she’s most likely named after Akira Kurosawa — the male Japanese master-director. Akira is also Japanese for ‘intelligent’.
16 Sep 2016
Mumbai: He has over the years carried the image of a 'serial kisser' and actor Emraan Hashmi says the audience does find it difficult to disassociate him with that tag.
09 Sep 2016
New Delhi: What if we get the chance to rectify all the big mistakes of our life? And what if a magical wand takes us into the future to personally witness all those critical twists and turns on the road journey of life where we may swerve into the wrong lane? And then, what if we get a chance to revise our actions and deeds accordingly?
10 Sep 2016
New Delhi: We thought Freaky Ali was going to be a realistic picture about a poor man from a basti taking up a gentleman’s sport, that’s golf. Well, it partly is. About golf? Maybe. Realistic? No
26 Aug 2016
This film is basically an attempt at big-screen entertainment aimed purely at kids. This is, as you know, a super-hero movie -- a comical one with an environmental message. And one can, somewhat, sense a franchise developing around the character.
19 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Meera (Tannishtha Chatterjee), a divorcee and single mother of Smitha (Maya Sathi), is an Australian of Indian origin. She is smart and independent, even so, she is under severe family pressure to find a nice Indian match.
13 Aug 2016
New Delhi: There isn’t as much wrong with this film as the fact that you wonder what's good about it. By the end of the film, you will be spectacularly bored by this humourless spectacle. And the question in your head is less likely to be: 'What is going on?' and more likely to be, 'Why is this going on forever?'