For a film coming out a decade after Vishal Bhardwaj's Maqbool or Dibakar Banerjee's Oye Lucky Lucky Oye!, Line of Descent is frustratingly below par.
Author: Tatsam Mukherjee
Recently cast in Star Trek: Discovery and possibly on the cusp of worldwide fame, we caught up with Adil Hussain during the 8th Dharamshala Film Festival.
Earlier Parvathy had spoken out against superstar Mammootty for openly endorsing misogyny and not taking enough responsibility for it.
Taking part in a freewheeling chat ahead of Commando 3, Gulshan Devaiah spoke about being true to one's craft, one's career, and his favourite film of 2019
Just when the scene is set for this odd romance to get into 'message' territory, Motichoor Chaknachoor blows up into pieces smaller than motichoor boondis.
Like most star-vehicles in the country, it's quite evident Mardaani 2 is taking a (trending) complex social issue and milking it for 'mass entertainment'.
Eeb Allay Ooo! is a fantastic film about Delhi's monkey repellers, which shifts its gaze beyond the profession to the men in the fringes of modern society.
MS Dhoni entering the commentary box alongside the five Gods of modern-day Indian cricket is too good an opportunity to pass up.