Anuj Kumar

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  • Phantom

    On the surface the way Kabir and his writers build up the narrative is dull and tedious and with no humour to spice up the mood, the spy games fail to spur the imagination.


    Aug 2015
  • Brothers

    The problem is, be it emotion or action, Karan is in no hurry to say cut. At times it works for the emotion to seep in but many times over elaboration dilutes the punch.


    Aug 2015
  • Jaanisaar

    ...Ali falters in picking his lead protagonists and herein lies the difference between Jaanisaar and his magnum opus Umrao Jaan. This canvas looks appealing but it doesn’t converse with you beyond a point.


    Aug 2015
  • Drishyam

    Copy it is, but a diminished one for a lot has been lost in translation and one of them is the social connection with the characters, which is the hallmark of the original.


    Jul 2015
  • Masaan

    A lyrical indie that wipes off the miasma of morality and caste system in a city on the cusp of change, Masaan is an engaging testament of the times we live in.


    Jul 2015
  • Guddu Rangeela

    ...characters and performances that keep us engaged when the writing loses its bite. Not as jolly as Kapoor’s last outing but has enough meat to last a meal.


    Jul 2015
  • Hamari Adhuri Kahani

    It is an old school romance with all the garnishing of poetic dialogues and moral moorings and the good thing is the pain seeps through the surface of this modern-day fable.


    Jun 2015
  • Piku

    ...the film makes interesting comments on the prejudices that we carry about communities and careers.


    May 2015