THACKERAY (2019)

NAWAZUDDIN SIDDIQUE: Plays the dominant role of Balasaheb Thackeray with conviction and flair. His impersonation of Balasaheb’s charismatic, flamboyant and roaring firebrand leader of the masses has been deftly displayed on the screen by the actor. AMRITA RAO: Played Meenatai Thackeray, wife of Bala Saheb as docile and home-maker lends minimal support to the lead role. STORY: The biopic traces the uprising of Bal Thackeray … Continue reading THACKERAY (2019)

MANIKARNIKA: THE QUEEN OF JHANSI (2019)

KANGANA RANAUT: A stellar performance from her as Rani of Jhansi captivates audience attention at every frame of the film and she reigns by her imposing presence all through the epic historical war drama. Kangana delivers one of her best performance in varying situations. DANNY DENZONGPA: Played Ghaus baba to perfection adding valour, courage and mighty warrior features in his limited screen presence. JISSHU SENGUPTA: … Continue reading MANIKARNIKA: THE QUEEN OF JHANSI (2019)

Why Cheat India (2019)

Emraan Hashmi: Emraan Hashmi’s performance as the wily and confident, Rakesh. The actor pulls it off in every frame with assurance and ease. Shreya Dhanwantary: The fresh faces of Shreya Dhanwantary is perfectly cast in the role of naïve character Snigdhadeep Chatterjee: The fresh face of Snigdhadeep Chatterjee is perfectly cast in the role of naïve characters. STORY: Rakesh Singh runs a business that allows … Continue reading Why Cheat India (2019)

The Accidental Prime Minister (2019)

ANUPAM KHER: He portrays a stellar performance as submissive Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh imitating his trademark soft spoken accent and skittish footsteps. AKSHAYE KHANNA: Porttrays Sanjay Baru with great dexterity and keeps the film momentum on a roll in various circumstances of political drama. Divya Seth Shah: Plays an impressive role of first lady Gursharan Kaur with her stamped performance. STORY: The film is … Continue reading The Accidental Prime Minister (2019)

Uri: The Surgical Strike (2019)

VICKY KAUSHAL: Plays Major Vihaan Singh Shergil with a nuanced performance and his war cry “How is the Josh” with high pitched reply from his commandos “High Sir” will raise audience adrenal and give a thud to their feelings. YAMI GAUTAM: Plays Pallavi a steely intelligence officer with perfection and brings sparks to Uri. PARESH RAWAL: Plays effectively as chief of National Security agency. STORY: … Continue reading Uri: The Surgical Strike (2019)

Zero (2018)

Katrina Kaif: She appears in a smaller part, but she totally impresses in the performance of a conflicted Bollywood star, which is also heartbroken. Anushka Sharma: Her character had wonderful potential, the mannerisms employed by the actress to portray the handicap, don’t always look consistent or convincing. Shah Rukh Khan: He pulls off romantic moments and he does that here with charm and intensity. He … Continue reading Zero (2018)

Kedarnath(2018)

Sara Ali Khan: Her first performance on celluloid has the right amount of fire to spark a connection with the audience. Sushant Singh: He is in a slightly under-played role, supports Sara’s efforts. Story: Mandakini aka Mukku is a feisty, young girl living in Kedarnath with her family. Her father (Nitish Bharadwaj) is a local priest and things get complicated when Mukku falls in love … Continue reading Kedarnath(2018)

2.0 3D(2018)

Dr Vasigaran: Played by Rajinikanth as a go-getter scientist to perfection and scores in the emotional moments. Chitti: Played by Rajnikant has a blast in this audacious and super-fun role which he capitalised to a great extent after a long time. Pakshi Raja: Aka “Birdman” played by Akshay Kumar, a larger- than- life supervillain role buried under heavy make-up and graphics however his emotional past … Continue reading 2.0 3D(2018)

Pihu (2018)

Myra Vishwakarma: As the innocent child caught up in extraordinary circumstances, looks like a natural. She may be a toddler, but she does well with her role. Story: After a tragic incident, two-year-old Pihu (Myra Vishwakarma) is trapped in an apartment all by herself. She has very little food and water, as she’s also cut off from the world outside. Under such dire circumstances, Pihu … Continue reading Pihu (2018)