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Cast: Vin Diesel, EizaGonzalez, Sam Heughan, Siddharth Dhananjay Director: David SF Wilson
Angrezi Medium show cases the many (too many actually) moods of our cinema that we euphemistically call a complete film
The Netflix movie has some fine performances, but is weighed down by mediocre storytelling
Cast: Rakshith Atluri, Thiruveer, Raghu Kunche, Nakshatra Director: Karuna Kumar
Cast: Tiger Shroff, Riteish Deshmukh, Shraddha Kapoor, Ankita Lokhande Direction: Ahmed Khan
'The Invisible Man' has its moments of scares that come completely out of nowhere and stays with you till you leave the theatre
'Raahu' harps on a disorder 'conversion blindness', several other elements
Anubhav Sinha as the post Tum Bin avatar is reaching new cinematic heights. His social trilogy: Mulk, Article 15 and Thappad are engaging films, thought provoking and within the mainstream gauge.
Film: Kanulu Kanulanu Dochayante | Director: Desingh Periyasamy | Cast: Dulquer Salman, VJ Rakshan, Ritu Varma, Niranjani Ahathian, Gautam Menon
Vikram's temperament and an intriguing investigation against developing suspense bring the audience to the edge of their seats.
Director: William Brent Bell Cast: Katie Holmes, Ralph Ineson, Owain Yeoman, Christopher Convery
Film blindly adheres to formula with stereotypical sound and mediocre special effects
Director: Venky Kudumula Cast: Nithin, Rashmika Mandanna, Anant Nag
Director: Sujoi and Sushil Karampuri Cast: Sai Ronak, Preeti Asrani, Rahul Ramakrishna, CVL Narasimha Rao, Tanikella Bharani, Rajai Rowan
The film maker’s take on a gay relationship is surely different from the form and style of Ek Ladki ko Dekha to Aisa Laga
It's about a remote tropical resort which has magical power that makes wishes of its visitors come true
Director: Sundeep Cheguri; Cast: Sanjay Varma, Naveen Neni, Punarnavi Bhupalam, Garima Singh
Film: Love Aaj Kal
Director: Imtiaz Ali
Cast: Kartik Aaryan, Sara Ali Khan, Aarushi Sharma, Randeep Hooda
The movie shows different shades of love in various layers and a variety of pains one has to go through during various phases of any relationship.
After that deft handling of a poignant tale of a Kashmiri Pandit couple, I shed a tear or two in the dark environs of an urban multiplex. As