Badla, starring Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu has many Aha! moments. A slavish remake of the 2017 Spanish thriller Contratiempo (The Invisible Guest), Ghosh’s efficiently assembled film keeps tension at a boil through twist and counter-twist, but the finalé is easy to see coming, principally because we expect certain actors to have the last laugh.… Continue reading Badla Movie Review:Engrossing yet predictable thriller
Netflix has not only disrupted the movie making and movie viewing but also has disrupted this year's Academy Awards by swiping three Oscars for Roma. It has brought lots of positive vibe for movie makers and also among young enthusiast who wants to take the first step in media industry via streaming giants like Netflix,… Continue reading Netflix: Divided over Academy Awards
Luka Chuppi starring Kriti Sanon (Rashmi) and Kartik Aryan (Guddu) is an enjoyable affair. The movie starts with country questioning whether or not the live-in relationship is good for the society or is it providing a bad lessons for the youngsters of this country? As the movie gradually escalates the issue further there are many… Continue reading Luka Chuppi Movie Review-Enjoyable in most parts
Directed by Reema Kagti, Gold has the shine of Gold in bits and pieces. Not to forget that Bollywood is often known to add lots of flavors of fiction when any movie is made under "true events" tag. Gold is no more exception under this list. Starring Akshay Kumar, this movie has the required… Continue reading Gold Movie Review- This movie shines
In 1995, Ashwath Raina (John Abraham) an IAS officer, suggests that India should conduct nuclear tests in order to maintain its security standards because of constant rising rift between its neighboring countries. After the corruption hits the nuke test, Ashwath was held responsible for the failure which he wasn't even a part of. Destiny had… Continue reading PARMANU: THE STORY OF POKHRAN MOVIE REVIEW
First of all, I would like to start with an address to all the people who are protesting against this movie by conveying to them, there isn't a single element in the movie which hurts the goodwill of any section of the society. Coming to the review about this magnum opus by Bajirao Mastani director… Continue reading Padmaavat Movie Review
After its blockbuster business and positive reviews back in 2012, Yash Raj Films is back with its second installment of its spy thriller. This time Tiger (Salman Khan) is living its dream life with his wife Zoya (Katrina Kaif) and Junior Tiger (Sartaaz Kakkar). On the other hand there are nurses from India and… Continue reading Tiger Zinda Hai- Movie Review
Baywatch or should I say Baywatch Movie, in order to avoid confusion between people. Baywatch stars Zac Efron (Matt Brody) and Dwayne Johnson (Mitch) in the lead. From the start to finish this movie has nothing to offered except some good one liners and enjoyable moments between the bromance between Zac and Dwayne. Just looking from the trailer… Continue reading “BAYWATCH” Movie Review- Dwayne and Zac saves the movie.
Wonder Woman directed by Patty Jenkins is worth witnessing on the big screen. Since this movie was announced, DC had a lot of things riding on them, whether DC will deliver this movie at its best or will it be a continued dull affair? Questions on Women empowerment and even people who just want to watch superheroes… Continue reading “Wonder Woman” Movie Review: DC at its best.
Cast: Irrfan Khan, Saba Qamar, Deepak Dobriyal, Amrita Singh, Swati Das and Dishita Sehgal. Direction by: Saket Chaudhary. Hindi Medium was one of the movie that I was looking forward for since its announcement. The uniqueness in its storyline made me curious about this movie. What I am really liking about Bollywood nowadays is… Continue reading हिंदी Medium – Review