MALANG REVIEW (3.5/5): Brilliantly Shot ‘Jhakkas’ Suspense Thriller Of Bollywood In Recent Times

February 8, 2020

Mohit Suri spins his magic with ‘Malang.’ It’s an edge of your seat suspense thriller that hooks you till the end. At first the director will shock you and then he’ll surprise you with two unexpected twists and turns, one after another. And of the best parts of the film is that when the climax […]

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ABYAKTO REVIEW (4/5): Beautifully Written Heartwarming Tale Of Mother And Son Bonding

February 3, 2020

Arjunn Dutta’s ‘Abyakto’ (unsaid) is primarily a heartwarming story of a mother and her son. It’s sensitive, poignant and beautiful. Beauty of this film lies in its simplicity. Never for a moment It tries to make the things complex yet the dynamics between the characters is wonderfully captured in a subtle way. What I feel […]

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Street Dancer 3D Review (3.5/5): Youthful, Energetic And One Of The Best Dance Films From India So Far.

January 25, 2020

“Chahe tere lab pe Waheguru da naam aave ya na aave … lekin woh pal bhi ibadat da haunda hai jab tu kisi aur ke kaam aave.”- such a wonderful and heartfelt line said by the biji of Sahej (Varun Dhawan) in Street Dancer 3D. Remo D’Souza’s film not only ends up as one of […]

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ASUR REVIEW (4/5): A Well-Crafted Film That Combines Art With Culture, Facts With Fiction

January 5, 2020

Have we ever thought where will God sit? Where do we place Allah? Actually, we have given shape to all our thoughts through our imagination. As every stone tells us an untold story. Every sculpture reminds us about an unsung genius and every genius is a way ahead of his times. When we get in […]

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Zombiesthaan Review (4/5): Refreshingly Unique Yet A Globally Relevant Film With Underlying Message

December 15, 2019

Bengal’s first zombie film ‘Zombiesthaan’ showcases the zombies as a metaphor. Deep inside it shows that humans are nothing sort of mindless zombies. If requires men won’t even hesitate to kill men and eat their flesh in future the way they used to do it for their survival in the early stage of human civilization. […]

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Sagardwipey Jawker Dhan Review (3.5/5): Best Visual Effects Film Ever Made In The History Of Bengali Cinema

December 12, 2019

There are some films which sound so spectacular at the concept and scripting level but when it comes to execution its not only looks challenging but also feels next to impossible task. Specially when someone is making a film on a treasure hunt which offers never seen before visual effects in Bengali Cinema, but within […]

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Panipat Review (4/5): A Well Researched Authentic Historical War Drama That Captures The True Valour Of Marathas

December 7, 2019

The third battle of Panipat (1761) is one of the most significant battles of the 18th century. the description of that gruesome battle itself can move any Indian. The emperor of Afghanistan Ahmad Shah Abdali himself paid a tribute to one of his arch rivals in a letter to then Jaipur ruler, Madhav Singh. Abdali […]

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YEH SAALI AASHIQUI REVIEW (4/5): Best Romantic Psychological Thriller Of The Year From Bollywood

November 30, 2019

We often say that women are not at all safe in this male dominated society. But we hardly think about the other side of the story! Truth is that even men are also not safe. ‘Yeh Saali Aashiqui’ brilliantly exposes that dark side of the human psyche where ‘lies’ takes over ‘love’, ‘revenge’ takes over […]

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FILM REVIEW OF BALA : A Heart Wrenching Reflection Of The Society!

November 9, 2019

“Khud ko kyun badalna hai?? Nehi Badlenge.”- Ayushmann Khurrana as ‘Bala’ asks a pertinent question to the society and thereafter gives a fitting reply of his own question while saying that he won’t change. Undoubtedly, This is the biggest takeaway from ‘Bala.’ The character unknowingly becomes the voice of all the those human beings who’re […]

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FILM REVIEW OF GUMNAAMI: A Wonderful Documentation Of One Of The Most Important Historical Chapters Of India

October 3, 2019

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose isn’t just a name, it’s an emotion which runs in the blood of all the Indians. It has been 72 years since Independence but we hardly know what actually happened to Netaji. It’s not only a shame for us, rather very disturbing. Srijit Mukherji’s ‘Gumnaami’ not only makes us feel proud […]

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