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  • Velaikkaran

    Velaikkaran

    ★½

    The more and more you watch of Mohan Raja's Velaikkaran and the more and more you think of it you will realize the ridiculousness of the plot that eventually sermons you about the consequences of food adulteration and what you can do about it in an ideal world. TN.

  • Badhaai Ho

    Badhaai Ho

    ★★★½

    If I said that Bollywood has played it right for most of the part in 2018 then you wouldn't disagree with me. There are at least a dozen examples in recent times where Bollywood has shed its usual formula of masala and cheesy romance and turned to narrative storytelling about social issues. All of which has reignited my faith in Bollywood, and thanks to director Amit Sharma, Badhaai Ho can be added to that list of films which helped in…

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  • Race 3

    Race 3

    If you look at director Remo D'Souza's filmography you will see a clear description of the change in his thematic material - from films about youngsters and dance to films about superhero and exaggeration. It is obvious that he has no specific cause in mind about the art form, which is again validated by the downward trendline of the quality of conflict in his films. Race 3 is perhaps his weakest and most nonsensical feature film so far, but more…

  • Ee. Ma. Yau

    Ee. Ma. Yau

    ★★★★

    Exactly at the 100th minute, Chemban Vinod Jose's troubled and dismayed (because he couldn't pull of what he promised few hours ago) character goes berserk at the prospect of not being able to send his late father off like a legend by giving him a respectful funeral with pomp and loudness and that's when you know that Lijo Jose Pellissery's Ee. Ma. Yau has arrived with its platter full of real-life connotations about how death is perceived by the onlookers who don't but realize that their wildest emotions can still wreak havoc affecting not only the dead but also those who they leave behind. TN.