The film is made watchable purely because Vidya Balan makes it so.
All of Ranaut's activism for the 'outsider' seems to be from a place of self-preservation. It's alarming to watch her fan the flames of polarisation.
Not all biopics need to be rooted in a grounded reality, but making Shakuntala Devi seem 'entertaining' at the cost of authentic, is inexcusable.
Breathe: Into The Shadows, starring Abhishek Bachchan, seems like a step down even in comparison to its trite first season featuring R Madhavan.
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
Releasing on July 24 on Disney+Hotstar, Dil Bechara will be available for free amongst subscribers and non-subscribers alike.
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.