Suhani Singh

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  • Kadvi Hawa

    Despite a running time of 95 minutes, Kadvi Hawa still feels a laboured watch. Nitin Dixit's screenplay trudges along, not digging deep into what has created the harsh landscape that has made the farmer woes from bad to worse.

    Nov 2017
  • Chef that rare Hindi film that celebrates India's diversity of cuisine and its unfailing ability to whet our appetite and for that alone it's worth a watch.

    Oct 2017
  • Simran

    ...the film struggles with the continuity of a mood or tone. The comedy approach here doesn't pay dividends, with many of the punchlines missing the mark and most having been exhausted in the trailer itself.

    Sep 2017
  • Baadshaho

    The plot twist can be called from afar, rendering the whole journey and the final destination entirely meaningless. The nonstop action is a distraction for a lack of narrative.

    Sep 2017
  • Sniff

    The emergence of an adventurous hero and his exploits as a spy should infuse pace and energy into the proceedings but that isn't necessarily the case here.

    Aug 2017
  • Qaidi Band is Anya Singh who impresses the most as the affable young woman who is hopeful and helpful. Even as the film ventures into unreal and mawkish territory, her Anya remains an idealist, firm that there is good in the world.

    Aug 2017
  • Mubarakan

    Less tone-deaf humour, more quirks, a shorter running time and a more able younger cast and Mubarakan could have been more delightful.

    Jul 2017
  • Lipstick Under My Burkha

    Shrivastava's film is a plea for women to not give up on their dreams and their voices silenced in the patriarchal society. That she does it without being preachy and in an engaging mode makes her film even better.

    Jul 2017
  • Dear Maya

    Her affecting presence that showcases Maya's vulnerability makes you glad that she's back. But even Koirala can't salvage this cloying affair.

    Jun 2017
  • Parched

    ...entertains for most part because the three characters are brought alive by gifted actors whose camaraderie is so natural and performances so compelling that it almost makes you forget the melodramatic story unfolding.

    Sep 2016
  • Aligarh

    Apurva Asrani, screenwriter and also the editor, and Mehta deserve credit for reminding viewers of a forgotten, reluctant and wronged hero who happens to be gay. Their biggest accomplishment is that they have treated him with respect and sensitivity.

    Feb 2016
  • Titli because it is not just a poignant character study of an angry young man but also an incisive and intense family drama.

    Oct 2015
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