The supporting cast of Jabariya Jodi is the only thing bearable in an otherwise excruciating film.
If Super 30 had set out with the intention of mocking its subjects, the film would be a triumph.
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.
Hurling terms like 'misogyny' and 'toxic-masculinity' at Kabir Singh is like water trickling down Shahid Kapoor's shapely back
And yet here we are.
After watching Kalank, Kulture Didi was heard screaming, “Humse barbaad aur koi nahin,” repeatedly.
Vasan Bala's Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota not only looks back with nostalgia, but also redefines the idea of 'masculinity' perpetuated by films of the 80s.