Despite its flaws, Thappad gets a thumbs up for reminding 'well-meaning' desi families that violence is never okay, even if it is 'just' a slap.
Author: Trinaa Prasad
Produced by Deepika Padukone and directed by Meghna Gulzar, Chhapaak is the story of the struggle, and the trauma, of simply surviving in such a hostile world.
Rani Mukerji's Mardaani 2 does not come with a trigger warning, so please consider this review as one.
What takes centre-stage in Ashutosh Gowariker's Panipat, is a romance so incredibly tedious, calling it a love story requires suspension of disbelief.
Incoherent and meandering, watch Dream Girl purely for the joy of watching Khurrana deftly switching between his two personas, Karam and Pooja with ease.
The supporting cast of Jabariya Jodi is the only thing bearable in an otherwise excruciating film.
But even Rajkummar Rao and Kangana Ranaut's stellar performances can't save Judgementall Hai Kya from being incoherent.
The film, with all its flaws, is worth a watch. If for nothing else but to start a debate about casteism out in the open, and bring it into every drawing room.