Top entertainment news at 1 pm, Feb 24: Lion movie review, Rangoon review, Baahubali 2 motion poster out

From Rangoon movie review to Lion review, here is top entertainment news at this hour.

Lion movie review: Dev Patel is appalling, but it is Sunny Pawar who ablazes this prosaic adaptation

Garth Davis’ feature debut Lion is an extraordinary true story of Saroo Brierley who got lost on a train which took him nine hundred miles away from home. He was born to a desperately poor family in Khandwa and often accompanied his elder brother Guddu for work who earned money begging on the local trains. But one fateful night in 1986, when he was just five-year-old he got separated from his brother and wounded up a beggar on the streets of Calcutta. He eventually found his way to a government-aided detention house for lost children and was adopted by a Tasmanian couple, Sue and John Brierley. Read full review here

Rangoon movie review: This Vishal Bhardwaj film has a beautiful depth, you fall to rise again

Words fall short to describe something which is either too beautiful or too crass. Vishal Bhardwaj’s latest on-screen offering — Rangoon, a film set in World War II belongs to the former category. Right from its cast, music, dialogues to the best thing it has — it’s narrative, the film is a concoction of moments. Moments that are beautifully vulnerable and numb. Read full review here

Check out the new motion poster of Baahubali 2 in which Prabhas displays mighty strength

The sequel of Baahubali is being waited by bated breaths by cine buffs all over the world. The second instalment of the magnum opus will answer many questions, the primary one being- Why Kattappa kill Baahubali? For a long time now, the makers have been releasing sneak peeks into the film. Keeping up with the same tradition, a new poster of Baahubali 2 was unveiled by makers today. Check out the poster here

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