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.
Photograph is completely at ease in its stillness. In a city as extroverted as Mumbai city, Batra discovers his love story between two introverts.
Sujoy Ghosh manages to play with the many faces of truth and gender politics like a master but it isn't enough.
Luka Chuppi is a cheap, synthetic replication of the small town landscapes created in films like Stree and Bareilly Ki Barfi.
In Sonchiriya, where blood is shed over the tiniest assault on 'honour & pride', it's refreshing to see characters coming to terms with mindless violence.