Breathe: Into The Shadows, starring Abhishek Bachchan, seems like a step down even in comparison to its trite first season featuring R Madhavan.
Author: Tatsam Mukherjee
Disney+Hotstar's refusal to put Kemmu and Jammwal on a poster might seem like an 'oversight', but it's indicative of the rot at this fraternity's heart
Instead of building on its 'message' about injustice meted out to women, Bulbbul's writing seems to be blinded by the many Jamdani sarees in sight.
Aarya is a page-turner of a show, about a woman taking over the reins of a man's world. And yet, it never adopts the patronising tone of the Mardaani films.
Vile. That's the word you would probably associate with a blind item column. A blind item makes a gossip column (that takes names) look like an investi…
The only question that looms over us is what he could/would have achieved if not for this unceremonious exit from stage. Rest in power, Sushant Singh Rajput
This is not the first time that Amitabh Bachchan's histrionics have encroached upon a breezy Shoojit Sircar movie. He's done it earlier with Piku.
The premise for Anurag Kashyap's Choked is interesting how it weaves demonetisation into the scheme. However, is this all it could have been?