Reading Time: 5 minutes Director Raaj Shaandilyaa teams up with Ayushmann Khurrana to create another aspiring small-town character in a movie that can be best described as aspiring comedy. With a repetitive script and strained comedy, ‘Dream Girl’ remains a weak shadow of what it could have been.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Using a slowly unravelling procedural thriller’s knife’s edge to peel away the layers of caste and gender-based discrimination, director Anubhav Sinha creates a must-watch enterprise.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Top ten performances by actors in 2018 listed on LICH.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Director Amit Ravindernath Sharma addresses the issues that hits a family that’s faced with an unexpected pregnancy. Amidst all the guffaws and laughs and tender moments, the movie makes you realize that teenage pregnancies may be scandalous, but they don’t hold a candle to late-in-life deliveries.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Director Sriram Raghavan with his team of writers comes up with a devilishly clever and sharp entertainer that’s full of twists, jumps, guffaws, and references galore. As with any satisfying thriller, it’s when it throws you off most unexpectedly that you give out a sigh most evil.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Keeping the proceedings alive and kicking is the cast. As Mudit’s parents, Supriya Shukla and Chittaranjan Tripathy are superb. The latter, especially, is brilliant in a scene where he evokes a Pan Parag ad, just because he wanted to, for the longest time; or, when Mudit fails to show up in the bus to Hardwar, his alcohol-laced aggression is classic, more so when it’s followed by the inevitable open-mouthed slumber. On the other side, Seema Bhargava and Neeraj Sood are equally good as the girl’s parents; note again, the latter, as he gets tetchier by the moment and gives some terse advice to the hapless Mudit on the phone.
Reading Time: 5 minutes This Friday, as I stepped out of the cinema hall, chewing the mental cud, so to speak, wondering what to