Not all biopics need to be rooted in a grounded reality, but making Shakuntala Devi seem 'entertaining' at the cost of authentic, is inexcusable.
Even after his passing, we shouldn't turn into polite stakeholders who talk about Sushant Singh Rajput's shortcomings as an actor in hushed tones.
As we continue to remain captives to the pandemic, here's a list of everything interesting set to stream in the month of July
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.
"To pretend that you do care is like the ultimate hypocrisy and I think that's an insult to the dead, an insult to the soul that's gone" - Saif Ali Khan
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…