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  • Hereditary



    Though i am not a great fan of Horror genre, owing to the Sundance screening publicity and hype this created, i went for a special preview with an Open mind and came out with a mixed reaction. This one is a technically well crafted, with a haunting BGM and superbly acted by Toni Collette (Sixth sense fame) will surely create some impact. What i like is this comes without the usual cheap thrills ,frills and slashing that typically prevails in…

  • Mukkabaaz



    AK no doubt is one of the greatest filmmaker of Bollywood. He re-emphasizes that in his latest outing Mukkabaaz with his signature style film making written all over it except that its comparatively less dark than his previous films. This is movie about brute force, anger, politics, love and grief. The film belongs to Vineet Kumar Singh, a gem of a find. He brings a terrific screen presence and gave a flawless dazzling act. It has a breezy first half…

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  • Tumhari Sulu

    Tumhari Sulu


    This is a modern but slightly modified take on Satyajit Ray's 1963 classic Mahanagar. The old one dealt with issues that were pressing then and its sad to see that these remains almost as relevant now. This film also follows personal triumphs and frustrations of characters in this old-world conservatism and new-world progression drama. The dilemmas the character faces as well as the clash of ideas they witnesses at work and at home are always relatable. At the core Vidya…

  • Newton



    Category - Indian Film
    Language - Hindi
    Cast: Rajkummar Rao, Pankaj Tripathi
    Genre : Comedy | Drama
    Director: Amit Masurkar

    A fine dark comedy film which deals with the vulnerable nature of worlds largest democracy and it’s execution. This is an entertaining compilation of great acting, a superb screenplay and excellent direction where the gap between principles and practice is brilliantly showcased. The humor is right there in your face, however, there is always an underlining political critique under every…