Top 10 Female Acting Performances Of Bollywood In 2018

With 2018, we haven’t merely emerged into "The Bollywood" where better films are accepted but also witnessed how well the female characters are being treated in them. Of course, there still is a lot that needs to be done to ameliorate female representation in art and cinema, a step in the positive direction is always... Continue Reading →

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Top 15 Bollywood Movies Of 2018

After a highly disappointing show by the Bollywood film industry in 2017 (something which we witnessed in Hollywood also last year), the expectations of people from its productions in 2018 were rock-bottom. However, not only were we surprised with the successes low or middle budget films found last year but we also celebrated how mediocre... Continue Reading →

Ek Ladki Ko Dekha To Aisa Laga Review

Plotline: - Sahil Mirza (Rajkummar Rao) is a struggling writer who happens to meet Sweety Chaudhary (Sonam Kapoor) under ridiculous yet side-splitting circumstances and comes to realise that he is falling for her, unbeknownst to the fact that she is a closeted lesbian.   Positive Points: - The performances of almost everyone but mostly the... Continue Reading →

Glass Review

Plotline: - David Dunn aka The Overseer (Bruce Willis) finds himself at loggerheads with The Beast (James McAvoy) as he attempts to rescue four girls from the latter’s clutches. However, before their fight comes to a decisive culmination, they are captured by an unknown organization headed by Dr Ellie Staple (Sarah Paulson) who is convinced... Continue Reading →

Thackeray Review

Plotline: - Thackeray accounts the journey of Bal Keshav Thackeray (portrayed by Nawazuddin Siddiqui) from a radical journalist to a polarising political figure whose influence over Indian politics is still monumental even after his death.   Positive Points: - Nawazuddin Siddiqui; the name is enough! With Thackeray, the maestro proves it once again that we’re... Continue Reading →

Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi Review

Plotline: - The film depicts the life of Rani Lakshmi Bai (portrayed by Kangana Ranaut) whose valour and resilience against the British during India’s First War of Independence made a mark which has not only impressed the historians but the entire world and will continue to do so till eternity.   Positive Points: - Kangana... Continue Reading →

The Mule Review

Plotline: - A Korean War veteran and a horticulturist, 90-year-old Earl Stone (Clint Eastwood) is a wreck both on emotional and financial terms as he faces the ignorance of his estranged family along with the imminent closure of his business. One day after a heated argument with his wife Mary (Dianne West) at a party,... Continue Reading →

Bumblebee Review

Plotline: - It’s 1987, and the Autobots are at loggerheads with the Decepticons in a Civil War on Cybertron. Optimus Prime (Peter Cullen) asks B-127 (Dylan O’Brien) to fly to Earth as their faction prepares to evacuate their planet so that he can be the source of contact for them when they move there (Earth)... Continue Reading →

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