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Movie Review of Tadap: Ahan Shetty’s intense debut with abrupt ending

Ishana (Ahan Shetty), a Mussoorie native, falls in love with Ramisa, the daughter of a local politician who attended university in London (Tara Sutaria)....

Movie Review of Gangubai Kathiawadi: A visual pleasure, but Gangu’s story is far from over

"Gangubai Kathiawadi," the novel that inspired the film, follows the titular character from her humble beginnings in Gujarat's Kamathipura to her undisputed position of...

Movie review of Jug JugJeeyo: Anil Kapoor is the beating heart of this comedy about a family that doesn’t get along.

What happens when a son who is divorcing his mother learns that his father wants a divorce as well? If the son can't manage...

Movie Review of JayeshBhaiJordar:Ranveer Singh is the lifeblood of this good-hearted story.

Just before Jayeshbhai introduces us to his family, he makes a rather silly analogy between scientists wanting to know about Mars and his parents...

Movie review of RRR :An action-packed, adrenaline-pumping film from Rajamouli

When Ramaraju and Bheem first meet in Delhi, they strike up a fast and lasting friendship. Whathappens when they realise the truth about one...

Movie review of The Kashmir files: Anupam Kher is the heart and soul of this brave and harsh reality

Vivek Agnihotri's film about the genocide of Kashmiri Pandits paints a harrowing picture. Even when depicting horrific events in a subtle manner, the true...

Revealing the Tale of Unspeakable Horror

The Kashmir Files is not only a film. It is one of the biggest tragedies that stirred the entire humanity; the terrible fate of...

Movie Review of Dybbuk: Jewish folklore crushed by a standard horror drama

The plot revolves around Sam (Emraan Hashmi) and Mahi (Nikita Dutta), an interfaith married couple who are compelled to relocate from Mumbai to Mauritius...

Movie Review of Asuran: An epic saga of gruesome vengeance

Dhanush's outstanding performance is the highlight of this captivating Vetri Maaran film, which is set in a bygone age but which never feels out...

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