A mentally fucked up woman contemplating on what to watch and what to write half of the time. Good life exists in the movies only.
Who would have thought YRF in 2023 will again make a completely pro - Pakistan film with two huge superstars (again)? The film to it's credit handles geo-politics with care in comparison to other jingoistic films we've seen in bollywood.
But Emraan Hashmi's antagonist is boring asf and the film goes haywire to the point of exhaustion nearing the climax . Katrina Kaif rocked an action film, yet again. Salman also comes alive as he plays Tiger. But, Maneesh Sharma's…
This could've been a love-story if the characters played by Ramcharan and NTR Jr. weren't real. The amount of sexual chemistry they share puts their respective love arcs in the film to shame (not the character chemistry but look at their first scene together, it's literally a typical periodic meet-cute scene of two lovers ). Whatever was Rajamouli trying to show by the dismissive representation of a tribal hero (Komaram Bheem) being subservient to the janeu wearing brahmin hero (alluri…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
This film is a dangerous Anti-abortion propaganda. You can't burden a women emotionally indirectly forcing her to take a decision of having the baby and mask her decisions under 'her choice' with an overload of drama and emotions to wash off your hands. To top it placing the story in a rural area (again stereotyping). I wish the writer atleast watched Never, Rarely, Sometimes, Always once before writing this pro-life nonsense. Kriti Sanon was just okay, I mean I was…