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REVIEW: New Normal

  A pivotal conversation that surrounds LGBTQIA+ discourse is the need to normalise queer relationships, as that is what they are — normal. In late April,...
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REVIEW: Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 (in theatres)

  Meant to be steeped in mystery, with the usual ingredients of a ghost-centric film, replete with evil spirits and tantra-mantra, Anees Bazmee's 'Bhool Bhulaiyaa...

Review: Dhaakad

  Director Razneesh Ghai's Dhaakad is an action-packed, stylishly mounted but twisted thriller that has the feel of a graphic novel. Designed as an espionage thriller,...
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Review: Gaganyaan – Bharat Ki Antariksh Udaan (Discovery+)

  Gaganyaan, a 47-minute documentary streaming on discovery+, showcases India's ambitious odyssey of sending Indian astronauts into space in an Indian spacecraft by 2023. The film...
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Indian links at Sydney Film Festival 2022

  This year’s Sydney Film Festival reaps a variety of strong Indian films. A diverse selection brings to surface a documentary, a feature film, a fantasy...

REVIEW: Don (in theatres)

  Sivakarthikeyan is a star in the Tamil movie world who doesn't need any introduction and in this campus Tamil flick, he is in his...
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Review: Jayeshbhai Jordaar

  Debutant Director Divyang Thakkar's Jayeshbhai Jordaar, in which Ranveer Singh plays the eponymous character, is an endearingly light-hearted film packed with ample social messages. While...
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Review: Modern Love Mumbai (Amazon Prime)

  Love is a familiar four-letter word that can take on a multitude of meanings. It is transcendent and everyday - found in every nook...

Review: Mere Desh Ki Dharti

  With its title derived from the song of the 1967 released Upkar, the well-meaning, inspirational, and unpretentious Mere Desh Ki Dharti is meant to...
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REVIEW: Get a Life, Alright (Theatrical release)

  Most fans of romantic comedies are familiar with the tropes – the endearing first meeting, the beginning of an unlikely romance, and the antagonist,...
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REVIEW: Heropanti 2

  In Heropanti 2, Tiger Shroff has come a long way from the bylanes of Haryana in his debut feature Heropanti, and gone global. AT A...
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Review: Runway 34

  Ajay Devgn's Runway 34 is inspired by a real-life incident and strongly reminiscent of the 2016 released English film Sully: Miracle on the Hudson....
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REVIEW: Guilty Minds (Amazon Prime Video)

  Amazon Prime Video series Guilty Minds is an engaging drama that involves characters indulging in legal practice. It also explores how even powerful people...

REVIEW: Jersey (Theatrical release)

  Gowtam Tinnauri's 'Jersey', a remake of a popular Telugu film by the same name, is about the struggle of Arjun Talwar, a gifted cricketer...
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REVIEW: Operation Romeo (Theatrical release)

  New film 'Operation Romeo' is a romantic suspense thriller that gives you an insight into toxic masculinity. Adapted from the Malayalam film 'Ishq - Not...
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REVIEW: London Files (Voot Select)

  'London Files' is a suspense thriller that begins with a promise, gets complex, and becomes tedious before it signs off. Set in the United Kingdom,...

REVIEW: Beast (Theatrical release)

  Director Nelson Dilipkumar's 'Beast' is an action comedy whose only aim seems to be to glorify its hero's character. As a result, it fails...
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REVIEW: Mai (Netflix)

  Six-episode Netflix series 'Mai' has a familiar premise. It is a whodunit where a mother unravels the truth of her daughter's death. The prologue of...
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REVIEW: KGF Chapter 2 (Theatrical release)

  For the uninitiated, K.G.F. stands for the Kolar Gold Fields. This film is a sequel to the 2018 released 'K.G.F: Chapter 1'. With its timeline...

REVIEW: Dasvi (Netflix)

  Director Tushar Jalota's 'Dasvi' is designed as a satire in a political set-up, revealing the importance of education. AT A GLANCE Director: Tushar Jalota Cast:...
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REVIEW: Gullak – Season 3 (SonyLIV)

  Probably every middle-class household in India relates to the 'Gullak' an earthenware piggybank, where money in small denominations, is kept aside, saved for a...
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REVIEW: Poo Sandi Varan (Theatrical release)

  Director J.R. Vicky's 'Poo Sandi Varan' is a brilliantly made Tamil horror film that leaves you both shaken and impressed by the time it...

REVIEW: Kaun Pravin Tambe? (Disney+ Hotstar)

  Biographical sports drama Kaun Pravin Tambe? is as unassuming as the man himself nevertheless, it is an inspiring tale that touches your heart somewhere down...
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REVIEW: Attack – Part 1 (Theatrical release)

  Director Lakshya Raj Anand's 'Attack - Part 1' is a well-made film that marries sci-fi and action tropes astutely. It's the straightforward origin story of...

11 Indian films and series to watch in April 2022

  From historical fiction, edge-of-the-seat thrillers, sports dramas, social comedy and romcoms, Indian films this April have it all. Check out what we'll be watching. DASVI...
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REVIEW: Sharmaji Namkeen (Amazon Prime Video)

  One of the characters in the film states, "Baat baat pe senti ho jaate hain". That is exactly what you experience when you see...

REVIEW: RRR (Theatrical release)

  Director S.S. Rajamouli's RRR, which is the abbreviation for Roudram Ranam Rudhiram or Rise Roar Revolt, is a torture fest, literally and figuratively, unless...

Review: Bloody Brothers (Zee5)

  Produced by Applause Entertainment in association with BBC Studios India, Bloody Brothers is the Indian adaptation of the British mystery thriller Guilt. Set in Ooty, the...
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Review: Bachchan Pandey (Theatrical release)

  Farhad Samji's ‘Bachchan Pandey' is a tale of the self-proclaimed don of Bhagwa, Bachchan Pandey (Akshay Kumar), who has unleashed a reign of terror,...
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Review: Jalsa (Amazon Prime)

  The title Jalsa, which means a festive meeting or gathering, is a misnomer for an intense and emotional film like this one. Director Suresh Triveni's...


Let’s Talk Boosters: Indian Link podcast

  In LET'S TALK BOOSTERS, a new podcast series by Indian Link, host Ekta Sharma quizzes Dr Kritman Dhamoon of Blacktown Hospital Sydney about booster...
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‘Serving the community’: COVID testing in remote NSW

  The past two years have been a rollercoaster of COVID-19 related turmoil; from isolating lockdowns, closed borders, to trying to help Indians in the...

Ep 9: What do young Indians want from love?

  Growing up in Indian culture, most of us know that love has never been as popular as marriage. Even in the movies, the main...
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