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  • M.S. Dhoni

    ...there aren’t many cinematic highs and lows in Dhoni’s life so far, which is why Neeraj Pandey is hard put to bring drama into a bland story.

    Oct 2016
  • Udta Punjab

    What Abhishek Chaubey has done with Udta Punjab is broken the image of Punjab that Bollywood has so carefully built, as a state of happy-go-lucky, bhangra-dancing, family-loving people.

    Jun 2016
  • Masaan

    The director depicts the existential threats that plague daily lives of ordi­nary Indians and their unsung battle for survival.

    Aug 2015
  • Drishyam

    It’s the cat ’n mouse games, twist in the tale and the final revelation that are the stuff of collective audience sighs. That too only if you are watching it for the first time.

    Aug 2015
  • Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!

    Dibakar tries to pack in too much even in terms of cinematic references—from classic Hollywood to noir, to Ritchie and Tarantino and Chinese action flicks. The constant shift in tonality jars, especially in the over-the-top melodrama of a climax.

    Apr 2015
  • Shamitabh

    It all ends at the hospital, as most of Balki’s films do. Coming out of the theatre, I couldn’t help but think of his morbid fascination with sickness, disabilities and abnormalities. Sadly, the film feels more manipulative than sensitive. And also extremely boring.

    Feb 2015