Often Pataal Lok comes close to being as good as the first season of Sacred Games (many similarities too... if you're watching closely).
For the lack of a central conflict, 'The Viral Wedding' feel like an exercise in accommodating the gimmick of India's first 'shot-during-lockdown' series.
Films like Togo are a reminder about why cinema was invented in the first place, to provide an escape in such terrible times.
How wonderfully awkward, silent, bheetu (afraid), and mostly stoic Irrfan's Ashoke Ganguli is, who always seems to be 'fine' during phone calls.
Sam Hargrave's Extraction, set in the cacophony of Dhaka, aspires to be a lean, mean, sepia-tinted action film. Does it succeed? Yes and no.
This roti video indicates the deep-rooted gender roles in Kartik Aaryan's mind, something he's reinforcing for millions of people watching his video.
Unlike other films, Yadav's 'Pradhanpati' is a warm, tactful father-figure to the village's newly-appointed secretary in Panchayat.
"Why do you have to work with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, when Pakistan is our biggest enemy?" asks Ashok Dubey, General Secretary (FWICE).