A cinematic treat for the soul

This year’s SFF includes some quality Indian elements, writes DARSHAK MEHTA

Heartless: Stylish career relaunch for Adhyayan Suman

You really can't put a good man down. Even when his heart breaks he bounces back stronger than before

Vidya Balan is Bobby Jasoos in Hyderabad

As a detective comedy-drama Bobby Jasoos is filled with furtive delights and the ambivalent aromas of a city that never sleeps, writes SUBHASH K. JHA
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Being Padmavati

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

Glamorous clamorous

Sarbjit is no Sholay. Its forceful message on prisoners of politics, will be acknowledged in retrospect as remnants of a truly remarkable cinematic achievement, writes SUBHASH K. JHA

This one would make Hrishida smile

Khubsoorat is decorous yet devilish

At last, an intelligent Bollywood whodunit

The Xpose: When was the last time we saw an intelligent and entertaining whodunit?

Take the warning… stay away!

Water waste of time! Slasher movies work best on terra-firma where girls in a state of disrobed desperation make a dash for safety

Desolation , Loneliness…Perfection!

In Mrinal Sen's Khandhar, desolation was defined and epitomized as much by Shabana Azmi's face and physicality as it was by the architectural ruins

Brave concept, engaging war satire

War Chhod Na Yaar: Political satires are easily the most difficult genre of comedy in cinema