Munna Michael

 22 Jul, 2017|  by P Sinha

Munna Michael is directed by Sabbir Khan who had previously directed Tiger [...]

Jagga Jasoos

 15 Jul, 2017|  by P Sinha

Jagga Jasoos is hard to describe, no amount of details can really [...]


 08 Jul, 2017|  by P Sinha

For a person who grew up watching Sridevi cavort around innumerable matkas [...]


 24 Jun, 2017|  by P Sinha

It is a surprising idea to remake a film that was a [...]


 10 Jun, 2017|  by P Sinha

Raabta starts off in an unconventional manner, it is almost impossible to [...]

Half Girlfriend

 20 May, 2017|  by P Sinha

Incidentally, the two releases this week (Half Girlfriend and Hindi Medium) have a [...]

Hindi Medium

 20 May, 2017|  by P Sinha

Indians fought the British for more than a century to win freedom. Political [...]

Meri Pyaari Bindu

 14 May, 2017|  by P Sinha

Meri Pyari Bindu targets the audience mostly ignored by the rom-com genre – [...]

Sarkar 3

 13 May, 2017|  by P Sinha

When a film-maker makes a sequel, you expect the story to advance, [...]

Baahubali 2: The Conclusion

 29 Apr, 2017|  by P Sinha

Baahubali 2: The Conclusion nicely completes the story that had been left unanswered in [...]


 22 Apr, 2017|  by P Sinha

Noor is a film that starts off relatively well, falters and when it [...]

Naam Shabana

 01 Apr, 2017|  by P Sinha

Naam Shabana is a thriller, a genre producer [...]


 25 Mar, 2017|  by P Sinha

Phillauri is the second film from Anushka Sharma’s production house after NH10. [...]

Badrinath Ki Dulhania

 12 Mar, 2017|  by P Sinha

Badrinath Bansal (Varun Dhawan) is a self-entitled lad from Jhansi who thinks [...]

Commando 2: The Black Money Trail

 04 Mar, 2017|  by P Sinha

Commando 2 truly looks like a film that never had [...]


 24 Feb, 2017|  by P Sinha

Before its release, there were speculations that Rangoon was Fearless Nadia’s story [...]

The Ghazi Attack

 18 Feb, 2017|  by P Sinha

The Ghazi attack reminded me of Crimson Tide, the 1995 American submarine [...]

Jolly LLB 2

 11 Feb, 2017|  by P Sinha

When Subhash Kapoor released Jolly LLB in 2013, there were few expectations [...]


 27 Jan, 2017|  by P Sinha

Revenge is a dish best served cold. This theme [...]


 26 Jan, 2017|  by P Sinha

A scene in Raees has the clip of Amitabh Bachchan [...]

Ok Jaanu

 13 Jan, 2017|  by P Sinha

It’s hard to point a finger to where OK Jaanu went wrong. [...]


 24 Dec, 2016|  by P Sinha

Like most men, Mahavir Singh Phogat (Aamir Khan) wants his children to [...]


 09 Dec, 2016|  by P Sinha

Befikre starts off with a montage of couples kissing while the credits roll. [...]

Kahaani 2

 02 Dec, 2016|  by P Sinha

Expectations can be a strong barrier. We want Salman Khan to be [...]

Dear Zindagi

 26 Nov, 2016|  by P Sinha

When you meet Kaira (Alia Bhatt) in Dear Zindagi, she is like so [...]

Force 2

 19 Nov, 2016|  by P Sinha

Heavy influences of many Hollywood action thrillers, John [...]

Rock On II

 13 Nov, 2016|  by P Sinha

Rock On II has all the elements of drama – three old friends getting [...]


 01 Nov, 2016|  by P Sinha

Shivaay suffers from the same affliction that has downed many a Bollywood film. In [...]

Ae Dil Hai Mushkil

 29 Oct, 2016|  by P Sinha

The characters in Karan Johar’s film live in fantasy. None of the realities [...]


 10 Oct, 2016|  by P Sinha

Mirzya plays on two-levels – the original folklore is interspersed with a contemporary story to [...]

M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story

 02 Oct, 2016|  by P Sinha

Neeraj Pandey has proved himself as a master story teller yet again. MS [...]


 24 Sep, 2016|  by P Sinha

India’s official entry to the Oscars is a worthy selection

Though [...]


 23 Sep, 2016|  by P Sinha

Change hasn’t reached this village in rural northwest India, except perhaps the ubiquitous [...]


 17 Sep, 2016|  by P Sinha

Colour me Pink!

 A film like Pink comes along once in [...]

Baar Baar Dekho

 10 Sep, 2016|  by P Sinha

A good looking film but a tedious watch

Baar Baar Dekho [...]


 03 Sep, 2016|  by P Sinha

Akira marks the conflict of two characters – an angry young woman and [...]

A Flying Jatt

 26 Aug, 2016|  by P Sinha

A Flying Jatt starts off pretty well, even if borrowing heavily from Hollywood superhero [...]

Happy Bhag Jayegi

 20 Aug, 2016|  by P Sinha

I have a theory - Producers in Hindi film industry are too busy [...]

Mohenjo Daro

 14 Aug, 2016|  by P Sinha

Sometimes, a man can become a prisoner of his own success. He [...]


 12 Aug, 2016|  by P Sinha

K. M. Nanavati vs. State of Maharashtra was a case that [...]


 30 Jul, 2016|  by P Sinha

Rohit Dhawan must have thought he has a winner on his hands. [...]


 23 Jul, 2016|  by P Sinha

Many a times once a filmmaker starts a movie, he starts thinking of the [...]


 23 Jul, 2016|  by P Sinha

Nobody has had a dream run quite like Rajnikanth. He is seemingly untouched by [...]

Great Grand Masti

 15 Jul, 2016|  by P Sinha

Great Grand Masti has a wafer thin story-line and relies heavily on [...]


 08 Jul, 2016|  by P Sinha

Sultan, like his other films, maintains a laser-like focus on Salman. However unlike [...]

Raman Raghav 2.0

 25 Jun, 2016|  by P Sinha

Anurag Kashyap loves to focus on characters who lack a moral [...]

Udta Punjab

 18 Jun, 2016|  by P Sinha

Udta Punjab shows the menace of drugs in Punjab that is eating away [...]


 11 Jun, 2016|  by P Sinha

One of the strong points of director Ribhu Dasgupta is his attention to mundane matters [...]


 28 May, 2016|  by P Sinha

The young in India have it very different from those a couple of generations [...]


 28 May, 2016|  by P Sinha

Back in the 90s, RGV was the man with the golden touch [...]