It would be unfair to call 2.0 a Rajinikanth vanity vehicle. No sire, it is a different beast altogether.
Author: Premankur Biswas
Watch A Star Is Born for the iconic taking-the-stage scene, the film soars at that moment. Everything is worth that scene, even the cringey lows.
The inherent virtue of AndhaDhun is comedy: this is more deadpan and often sadder than Raghavan’s earlier films
Sharat Katariya's Sui Dhaaga gets the storytelling down pat, but it falters while taking the narrative to the next level.
First off, let's address the chudail in the room. Yeh “subversive horror” kya cheez hai? And who wants to watch a horror film which has a jholawalla-ty…
Every possible element in Dhadak that can pull down the glamour quotient, is given the Dharma airbrushing.
The Telegraph highlighted Dalit professor Manojit Mandal's typographical errors and grammatical oversight on its front page
Hirani chooses not to focus on how Dutt had been granted an unreasonable number of leaves, media is responsible for all the shit that Baba finds himself in.