Jai Ho: For Salman fans only

We really can't judge a Salman Khan-starrer by normal yardsticks. If this film starred another superstar, it would be evaluated from another perspective

‘Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi’: Kangana shines in a superfluous narrative

A visual treat based on the life of the incredible Queen, by TROY RIBEIRO.

Epic tale of women's empowerment

Subhash Ghai’s Kaanchi delivers a walloping punch in this tale of a girl from the hills contesting the city marauders' rights to usurp her of land and love
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Netflix’s ‘Typewriter’ is the perfect post-Stranger Things binge | Review

Series: Typewriter (Netflix) Cast: Purab Kohli, Palomi Ghosh, Samir Kochhar, Aarna Sharma Writer-director: Sujoy Ghosh Rating: ***  A typewriter is an obsolete instrument. Sort of like the typical miniseries on television which has now been taken over by the...

Flat characters, stilted performances in forgettable flick

While watching light-hearted love stories also known as ‘rom-coms’, two reactions come to mind: ‘What next?’ and ‘Who cares?’

Taut, tense, tactile and terrific

Viewing John Day has the thrill of discovering an unexpected little gem. It doesn’t matter where writer-director Ahishor Solomon got the raw material for this gripping cat-and-mouse tale

PC packs in a punch as MC!

It's that life-defining moment when a character on screen transforms totally into a real life personality, writes SUBHASH K. JHA

Sunny side up!

In this Australian exclusive, we chat with the star of the Oscars 2017 ceremony Sunny Pawar, and the man who helped find him, Indian film professional Pravesh Sahni. RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA reports

Brave concept, engaging war satire

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

Sallu kicks up a storm

Brace yourself for a hero who likes to get his kick in the unlikeliest ways, writes SUBHASH K. JHA