Helicopter Eela (2018)

Kajol: Kajol hits all the right notes, be it as a singer on the cusp of hitting superstardom, or as a doting mother. She lights up the screen with an effortless charm. Her portrayal of a single mom’s love for her only child is convincing, enduring and deserves applause. Riddhi Sen: National Award-winner Riddhi Sen, who is acclaimed for his performances in Bengali cinema, pulls … Continue reading Helicopter Eela (2018)

Jalebi (2018)

Rhea Chakraborty: A carefree student, Aisha ends up marrying a local guide-type boy next door, Dev. Digangana Suryavanshi: The problem is that Dev is with his current wife (Digangna Suryavanshi) and daughter on the train. Varun Mitra: Bombay girl Ayesha (Rhea Chakraborty), an aspiring writer, gets enamoured with her tour guide Dev (Varun Mitra), a PhD scholar in history, on a Delhi trip. STORY: An … Continue reading Jalebi (2018)

Loveratri (2018)

Aayush Sharma: Ayush’s (as Sushrut or Susu) boyish appeal is likeable, although his first film doesn’t give him a chance to show much range as an actor. Warina Hussain: Warina is raw, but she has a charming screen presence with enough chemistry with Aaayush. Ronit Roy: As Michelle’s father, leads the charge to handle the emotionally heavier dialogues and scenes. STORY: Sushrut’s only passion in … Continue reading Loveratri (2018)


Varun Dhawan: As Mauji, he delivers an honest performance, almost never going overboard. Anushka Sharma: Her restraint as Mamta is effortless. She lives the character, clad in a simple sari, sporting sindoor and minimal makeup. Yamini Dass: She justifies every moment of her screen-time. She is adorable even when she’s doling out daily chores to her bahu from the hospital bed. Story: Egged by his … Continue reading SUI DHAAGA: MADE IN INDIA (2018)