Badhaai Ho: Refreshingly honest and entertaining

Badhaai Ho is an astutely handled, slice of life drama that keeps you entertained, writes TROY REBEIRO.

Three Indian films at the AACTAs

Newton, Sanju and Gali Guleiyan are among the nine Asian films nominated in the Best Asian Film category at this year’s AACTA awards

Film review: Andhadhun

For most of its length, Andhadhun functions so efficiently that we put the cause and its effects on hold and go with the action.
Patakha.Indian Link

FILM REVIEW: Pataakha

Fire-cracker performances light up the screen (3 stars) writes TROY RIBEIRO

Movies this weekend

Check out which movies are being screened in Sydney and Melbourne this weekend

Movie review: Kaala

Aspiring to penetrate the squalor of slum life in Mumbai's Dharavi, Rajinikanth's Kaala ends up being the poor man's Slumdog Millionaire.

Movie Review: Veere Di Wedding

A joyride, a designer's delight and not quite the air-headed experience it proclaims to be, says Subhash K Jha
Evening Shadows.Indian Link

Coming out of the shadows

HARSHAD PANDHARIPANDE in conversation with gay activist and film director Sridhar Rangayan whose film Evening Shadows will premiere at Mardi Gras
Deepika.Indian Link

Being Padmavati

Deepika Padukone on her most talked-about film project yet, writes PREETI JABBAL

An entertaining and slick sequel

SUBHASH K JHA reviews 'Fukrey Returns'