Bollywood Movie Reviews

Tuesday, Aug 04, 2020 | Last Update : 07:37 PM IST



  • Review: 'Guilty': Predictability over purpose

    Review: 'Guilty': Predictability over purpose

    "Guilty", touted as the brainchild of an all-women creative, tries discussing the conversation through a story of rape allegation set against the backdrop of MeToo, which makes it relevant.

  • Review: 'The Invisible Man': Astutely reinvented and relevant

    Review: 'The Invisible Man': Astutely reinvented and relevant

    Writer-Director Leigh Whannell's "The Invisible Man" is a science-fiction horror thriller. It is contemporary, relevant and a completely reinvented adaptation of HG Wells' novel of the same name and a reboot of "The Invisible Man" film series.

  • Review: 'Thappad' resonates with impact

    Review: 'Thappad' resonates with impact

    "Thappad", Anubhav Sinha recently declared, is meant to be the concluding feature of his ‘discrimination trilogy' -- the other two being "Mulk" (2018), which spoke of bigotry in the name of religion, and "Article 15" (2019), his manifesto on oppression on the basis of caste.

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