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Actor Renuka Sahane’s directorial, ‘Tribangha’, shows how one’s attempt to live up to the choices made impact life
'Coolie No. 1' starring Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan is not up to the mark
Of the seven films he has directed since Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind in 2002, this is by far Clooney's most ambitious project.
It could be because the film comes two decades too late. And it doesn't help that the effort is sloppy in creation and execution.
Ava (film on Netflix): Cast: Jessica Chastain, Colin Farrell, John Malkovich, Geena Davis, Jess Weixler, Common; Direction: Tate Taylor; Rating: * * (two stars)
In direct comparison Valhalla is significantly ahead of Odyssey. This is the first game where I felt the beams of sunlight wafting through the trees blind me, offer warmth and the fog surrounding me blind me at times.
Netflix’s Ludo is a board game trying to push larger-than-life tales that somehow fails to take off
The movie which invited lot of controversy before it even released doesn't have much to go on in the way of scary scenes
A multilayered attempt by director Sudhir Mishra to depict the tale of a middle-class man’s angst and his faulted insurance for the future through his son
Author Vedam Jaishankar explores the world of cricket amidst the pandemic in his latest book
'Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare' is a brutal film at one level and a probing narrative at another
The Nani, Sudheer Babu-starrer ‘V’ turns out to be a gruesome depiction of violent murders
Unless you enjoy watching bizarre shootouts, amateur killings, and B grade godmen, this movie can be given a miss
The Netflix documentary dives into the lives of two champions in the niche sport
‘Lucifer Season 5’ sees the Lord of Hell abandoning his throne once again to take on his identical twin Michael
The 86-minute movie ‘The One and Only Ivan’ is a well-captured, moving and delightful experience of animals at a zoo
‘Mee Raqsam’ showcases the holistic spirit of art which goes beyond the boundaries of religion
Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Radhika Apte-starrer 'Raat Akeli Hai' is about wealth, sex, perversion, gender exploitation, corruption, liquor, trafficking, and much more
‘Gunjan Saxena - The Kargil Girl’ turns out to be a display of gender prejudice rather than celebration of a national hero’s heroics
‘A Confession’ is your show if you love your crime thrillers served with sense and sensibility