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.
Author: Tatsam Mukherjee
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What Are The Odds' aesthetic, that's a quarter portion Wes Anderson film and three-quarter portions of a Prateek Kuhad music video, quashes its sincerity.
Abhishek Banerjee On Pataal Lok, Being A Casting Director, And The Line That Saved His Acting Career
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For the lack of a central conflict, 'The Viral Wedding' feel like an exercise in accommodating the gimmick of India's first 'shot-during-lockdown' series.
Films like Togo are a reminder about why cinema was invented in the first place, to provide an escape in such terrible times.
How wonderfully awkward, silent, bheetu (afraid), and mostly stoic Irrfan's Ashoke Ganguli is, who always seems to be 'fine' during phone calls.