While one would assume Pandey would have aced the genre by now, Aiyaary is just a bare espionage drama with no mystery
Padmaavat, reeks of artistic and ideological compromises. It's a film designed to breed hate. Rather, thrive on it.
Akshat Verma's writing debut Delhi Belly was much more freewheeling and 'mad', while Kaalakandi seems hellbent on 'keeping it sane'.
Mukkabaaz is Anurag Kashyap telling us that the gau rakshaks we demonize, the caste politics that we want to unsee, are all products of our misgivings.
Kadvi Hawa will leave you with a bitter aftertaste and force you to think about the planet we live and how it's slipping away from our hands.
Irrfan Khan's romantic comedy (well, sort of), Quarib Quarib Singlle, has its problems but Parvathy makes it at least a one-time watch.
In this week's big ticket release, Ittefaq, we have two main leads who refuse to act. Siddharth Malhotra, Sonakshi Sinha's latest film truly disappoints
Sumeet Vyas and Kalki Koechlin try hard to give their daughter a perfect life in Rakhee Sandilya's Ribbon. But do they succeed?