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Movie Reviews
Entertainment  /  Published 18.06.21

Film Review: Sherni

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By Priyanka Roy 

Entertainment  /  Published 25.05.21

‘Army of the Dead’: Derivative and long

Ridiculously fun or excessively indulgent. Army of the Dead can come off as either, depending on how much slack you are willing to cut its maker. Zack Snyder, whose four-hour-long Synder’s Cut, ...
By Priyanka Roy 

Entertainment  /  Published 14.05.21

Radhe: An assault on the brain

As I sat down to write this review, the loudspeakers in my para, ushering in Id festivities, blared Jaanam samjha karo, from Salman Khan’s eponymously titled ’90s film. Pretty portentous, ...
By Priyanka Roy 

Entertainment  /  Published 13.05.21

‘Nayattu’: A survival story

What happens when the system that you have been an indelible part of, and often bent to suit your own means or at the diktat of your seniors, goes south on you in the blink of an eye? It translates in...
By Priyanka Roy 

Entertainment  /  Published 03.05.21

‘The Disciple’: Delicately woven

There is a certain lyricism to almost everything in The Disciple. You see it in the way Sharad’s grandmother cuts vegetables. You hear it in the massive crowds in Mumbai, pouring out of buses an...
By Priyanka Roy 

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Entertainment  /  Published 16.04.21

Netflix’s new Thunder Force

There are some film trailers that make you double turn at the plot with an intrigued smile on your face. Thunder Force starring Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer was one such. McCarthy teams up wit...
By Shrestha Saha

Entertainment  /  Published 27.03.21

Pagglait overdoes the familiar and fails to nail much of the feel

In Highway, Veera understood what freedom felt like only after she was kidnapped. In Queen, Rani’s journey of self-discovery was courtesy a solo honeymoon trip after being unceremoniously ditche...
By Priyanka Roy 

Entertainment  /  Published 27.03.21

Saina plays out better on court than off it

India still has such few sporting heroes that every now and then, Bollywood needs to give us a biopic to remind us of their achievements. Over the last few years, the desire to shift the spotlight fro...
By Priyanka Roy 

Entertainment  /  Published 20.03.21

Don’t let Mumbai Saga be the reason for your return to theatres

Stepping into a theatre after a year-long hiatus provided us with a giddy experience that ended exactly at the 10:23 am mark when the movie Mumbai Saga actually kicked off. The Sanjay Gupta-directed 1...
By Shrestha Saha

Entertainment  /  Published 12.03.21

Horror-comedy with spirit but no soul

Two men vying for the affections of the two halves of a woman is a potential gold mine for some compelling laughs and genuine horror. A woman embracing her dual identities with elan (and eventual eleg...
By Priyanka Roy 


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