Favorite films

  • Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
  • The Dark Knight
  • The Lion King
  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

Recent activity

  • Veer-Zaara


  • If Anything Happens I Love You


  • Blue Jay


  • Adalat


Recent reviews

  • Veer-Zaara



    The heartbreaking feeling of time lost; with a life, with a love. A youth lost in the throes of passion, a delirious obsession in the quest for reciprocation. The certain uncertainty of suffering that owes its existence to love.
    A self-sacrificing love so strong it transgresses into self-sabotage; a love so strong you’d spend the rest of your life reminiscing about ‘the moment of carelessness’ when the lovers merely expressed their love, an unthinking blind allegiance that knows no class,…

  • If Anything Happens I Love You

    If Anything Happens I Love You


    Parents should never have to bury their child. The human heart was not designed for such heartbreak.

    And yet that’s the tragedy countless families have to endure due to school shootings in the United States. How are they to cope with the trauma? How are they to recover from a loss no heart was designed to bear?

    Animated shorts are slowly but surely becoming one of the most powerful forms of film. Through a profoundly effective minimalism they reveal some…

Popular reviews

  • Sooryavanshi



    Who needs crackers on Diwali for noise pollution when you have Rohit Shetty’s Sooryavanshi?

    Loud, bombastic, jingoistic, brainless, barbaric propaganda balderdash plagued by irritating background music, forcefully shoehorned communal rhetoric disguised as a plea for a nationalist sentiment forging harmony, terrible writing with an utter disregard for nuance, cringeworthy attempts at humour, tonal inconsistencies, and Katrina Kaif’s performance (if we can call it that).

    Unsurprisingly, it feeds into the idea that the only true Indian Muslim is the one who…

  • The French Dispatch

    The French Dispatch


    “Just try to make it sound like you wrote it that way on purpose.”

    A love letter to journalists...
    I genuinely love the inside of Wes Anderson’s brain. He has a unique voice, a sly sense of humour, a delicious visual palette, and a super satisfying vocabulary that teases and rewards. Watching his films is the cinematic equivalent of reading a P.G. Wodehouse novel; quirky, refined, sometimes lewd but seldom in bad taste. 
    The kind of wry humour that has…