Thugs of Hindostan (2018)

The most awaited film of the year, TOH is finally out. With superstars adorning the star cast and Yashraj films bankrolling this mammoth budget movie, TOH is expected to shatter most of the box office records.  TOH starts off the block at an excruciating slow pace, despite its predictability. The hollow story is a lesser problem than the dull writing and an even sorrier screenplay. … Continue reading Thugs of Hindostan (2018)

Namaste England (2018)

  Arjun Kapoor: As Param, Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra had crackling chemistry in ‘Ishaqzaade’ (2012) and the duo still looks great together, but their characters are so poorly crafted that even their best efforts can’t salvage the story. Parineeti Chopra: Parineeti as Jasmeet in particular, tries very hard to add some semblance of respect with her performance, but it just doesn’t work out. Alankrita … Continue reading Namaste England (2018)

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)