Reading Time: 4 minutes Director Jagan Shakti keeps his ambitions—and the space mission story arcs—light and digestible. It’s entertaining for sure, but could he have aimed higher?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Based on the unbelievably one-sided bloody Battle of Saragarhi, the movie takes an unbelievably long time to get there.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Director Reema Kagti takes actor Akshay Kumar’s cinematic legacy-building efforts one step further, this time designed to make you stand up for the national anthem. ‘Gold: The Dream that United our Nation’ grips in parts while in others it slips, even as the performances prop it up almost through and through. But the movie’s finest moment is hidden in a fleeting expression at the very end.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Director R. Balki addresses a very serious, important, and critical social issue about female health and hygiene. But where he ought to have lacerated, he pads it up.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Here’s a question that if you answer correctly, will immediately qualify you for an interview with India’s top-secret agency –
Reading Time: 7 minutes The law’s an ass, but not in the classic sense of the phrase. Not in India, at least. Here, with
Reading Time: 6 minutes “HOW IS MY CHILD DOING IN CLASS?”, ASKS MY HAPLESS AND AGONIZED PARENT OF MY CLASS TEACHER. THE CLASS teacher
Reading Time: 5 minutes As Akshay Kumar’s voice over informed us in the end that this was the biggest human evac operation ever to