Upendra Mathe Ba is strictly for Uppi fans
18 Nov 2017
'Kempiruve' review: The film captures perfectly middle-class life and its angst
'Gruham' review: Lo and behold, a well-made horror film
'En Aaloda Seruppa Kaanom' review: The most bizarre romance of this year
Judwaa 2 proves that rolling materials of a different kind and getting down to write is way better than rolling back the years and rehashing.
01 Oct 2017
Mahanubhavudu has laugh-out-loud moments but it doesn’t come any closer to Maruthi's previous flick, Bhale Bhale Magadivoy.
Judwaa 2 shares the same premise as the 1997 Salman Khan blockbuster, but unlike its previous edition, this one is shallow and lacklustre.
29 Sep 2017
Manju Warrier completely loses herself to the character maybey be this is the first film in her second innings where you can confidently say that you are happy to have her back.
Sequences in Ramaleela are unmistakably similar to recent events but producers say the film was shot earlier and isn’t based on Dileep’s current predicament
28 Sep 2017
Kranti Kanade's film "CRD" stands out -- ruffling feathers, making the right noises and then settling down to being just a timid wannabe.
Director Dough Liman's "American Made" is a good example of greed and the epic culture of corruption in the US.
The loud groans in the theatre each time a badly placed song began playing in Spyder say a lot.
At the heart of it, Yaar Ivan is an interesting thriller that focusses more on the how and the why instead of being a regular whodunit.
23 Sep 2017
What if something as innocent and beautiful as a child’s love for a dog results in the nabbing—no, scratch that—the gory decimation of a sizeable criminal gang?
Matchbox celebrates love and friendship with a plot that has nothing novel in it
Hansal Mehta’s film also gets the milieu—both the American and the Indian-American—right for the most part, with an emphasis on diversity that is apparent.
In his debut movie Parava, Soubin Shahir etches a deeply emotional tale of a few people leading uneventful lives, in a captivating visual language.
Tamil cinema has always made space for films rooted in familial emotion and one of the staples is, of course, the brother-sister bond.
Bayama Irruku doesn’t fall under either horror or comedy category as the film fails at both scaring you and making you laugh.
Some films make theatres feel like prisons. You shudder in claustrophobia and want nothing more than a few minutes of respite from the unyielding visual and auditory assault being inflicted on you.
Not often do we see a film unintentionally making a meta joke, an unfortunate circumstance considering the film wears this conceit proudly on its sleeve.
Bhoomi attempts to explore all that is wrong with a patriarchal Indian society following a woman’s rape, but its execution leaves much to be desired.
Jai Lava Kusa draws its prowess from NTR who pulls off three contrasting roles with great fervour and enthusiasm.
Anu Hasan, Nasser prove to be the saving grace in a film whose other actors remind you of the participants of the acting workshop in Jigarthanda.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle acknowledges all the facets that made the first part successful.
Time to 'rescind' Pakistan's major non-NATO ally status: US on Hafiz Saeed release
Supreme Court to hear Sahara-SEBI case
'Padmavati' cleared by British censors for December 1 release
Telcos seek more time for Aadhaar verification
Charge over new GST rates, license will go: TN Minister to restaurants
Yogi Adityanath government gets NHRC notice over encounter killings
Vigil up after suspected Naxal presence in Bandipur
Noted jurist Habibullah Badsha passes away
Supreme Court to hear Sahara-SEBI case
30 Chinese border breaches since Doklam
Polar bears crowd on Russian island in sign of Arctic change
Notorious Latino street gang 'behead man' near Washington
Pay Rs 275 crore by December 31, Supreme Court tells Jaypee
Stocks get off to cautious start, IT, realty give support
South African Shane Dadswell hits record 490 off 151 balls
Mumbai Open: Wildcard Ankita Raina thrives in home comfort