Biopics on women to trend in 2019

After the countless biopics on men last year, 2019 is set to be the year of women as far as biopics go

Film Review – Kedarnath: The fury of nature

SUBHASH K. JHA takes on Kedarnath: The fury of nature

Film review: 2:0 is a huge disappointment

I've never seen a mob of actors hamming so much, and enjoying it to the hilt, writes SUBHASH JHA

Film review: Rajma Chawal has its heart-warming moments

Tasty but difficult to digest

Pihu: Engrossing but tedious

Pihu is a decent attempt but fails to entice you, writes TROY REBEIRO

Film review: Rogan Josh is all heart but little substance

This is one dry, boring dish.

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.
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FILM REVIEW: Pataakha

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