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Aamis (The Ravening) movie review: A plateful of succulent taboos

Aamis, Hazarika’s second feature film, is a much more audacious and difficult film to pull off.

23 Nov 2019 2:02 AM

Marjaavaan movie review: A stinky dustbin of ’80s Bollywood

The film, directed and hardly written by Milap Milap Zaveri, has everything borrowed from the worst of Bollywood of that trashy era.

16 Nov 2019 12:38 AM

Motichoor Chaknachoor movie review: Shaadi ki story — It’s about the quibbling family

The film’s main story — of a boy and a girl — is rather dull for a long time, and comes alive right at the end.

16 Nov 2019 12:36 AM

Bala movie review: It’ll have you by the short and curlies

The voiceover of Baal jumps a decade-and-a-half to show us how its disappearance has impacted the same Bala (Ayushmann Khurrana).

09 Nov 2019 7:48 AM

Saand ki Aankh movie review: The feminist swag of sharp-shooting dadijis

The list of things wrong with director Tushar Hiranandani’s Saand Ki Aankh (Bull’s Eye) is long and annoying.

26 Oct 2019 1:26 AM

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Meeting Maradona, finding Diego

Senna broke box-office records in the UK, but Amy beat Senna to become Britain’s highest grossing documentary of all time.

23 Oct 2019 2:37 AM

Laal Kaptaan movie review: Another star scratches his Jack Sparrow itch

The only two departments in this entire enterprise that were full of beans and oh-so-excited were costume and make-up.

19 Oct 2019 2:14 AM

The Sky Is Pink movie review: The cloying trappings of tragedy and guilt

Now imagine being told that the film, about a very young person's tragic death, is based on a true story.

12 Oct 2019 12:57 AM

War movie review: Surrender to the seduction of gorgeous

It’s supposed to be an in-joke, about Hrithik, Bollywood’s dancing-leaping hunk, making way for the similarly disposed and frenzied Tiger Shroff.

05 Oct 2019 1:49 AM

TIFF 2019 Diary: And the Oscar goes to…

The People’s Choice Award at the TIFF, given out on the last day and calculated on the basis of audience vote, went to Jojo Rabbit.

17 Sep 2019 2:26 AM

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TIFF 2019: The stylish and cool madness of Takashi Miike

Blood flows easy and often in Miike films, as does dark humour.

14 Sep 2019 6:51 PM

TIFF 2019: Bikram yogi and the easy asanas of sexual abusers

They have thanked her for making the film and told her that they too were sexually abused by Bikram Choudhury.

14 Sep 2019 11:39 AM

TIFF '19 Diary: Bikram yogi & the easy asanas of sexual abusers

About 6 women have written privately to Orner to share their stories since documentary’s premiere at Tiff.

14 Sep 2019 3:42 AM

TIFF '19 Diary: Some directors don’t wear pants

Dogs Don’t Wear Pants, an absurdist, dark comedy around bondage, dominance submission and masochism.

13 Sep 2019 12:40 AM

TIFF '19 Diary: The year’s sexiest film, and the stern gaze of an austere auteur

In her first scene itself, Lopez, who plays veteran stripper Ramona, grounds the film while establishing her power and prowess.

09 Sep 2019 11:07 PM

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TIFF: Films, FOMO and state of the nation

Indian movies represent state of India’s liberal, genteel intelligentsia in more ways than one.

09 Sep 2019 6:50 AM

The art and artifice of ‘personal’

Priyanka-Farhan starrer The Sky is Pink is a melodrama that mines a real-life tragedy.

07 Sep 2019 1:55 PM

Tiff, the ‘Oracle of Oscars’, opens with 4 Indian films and the tale of a yogi

Tiff voted Green Book as the best film and Alfonso Cuaron’s Roma as the best foreign film.

06 Sep 2019 9:00 AM

Saaho movie review: Big, bulky and rather banal

Saaho’s hankering for fame and fortune rests almost entirely on the fact that it stars Prabhas.

31 Aug 2019 11:51 AM

Saaho movie review: Big, bulky and rather banal

Saaho, which cost around Rs 350 crore, is long — six minutes short of three hours.

31 Aug 2019 1:33 AM

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