Bazaar Review

Plotline: - Rizwan Ahmed (Rohan Mehra) is a stock trader, living with his father and sister in Allahabad (now Prayagraj).  Tired of the meagre profit he makes in this small city; he dreams to move to Mumbai to make it big as a stockbroker. After much persuasion, he gets to fulfil his dreams, but at... Continue Reading →

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Andhadhun Review

Plotline: - Akash (Ayushmann Khurrana) is a budding musician who pretends to be blind in pursuit of artistic motivation. His current employer Sophie (Radhika Apte) is completely smitten by him (a feeling shared by Akash for her as well) unbeknownst to the fact that he isn’t visually impaired. One night, while working in Sophie’s club,... Continue Reading →

The Nun Review

Plotline: - After a nun commits suicide in a Romanian monastery in 1952, Father Burke (Demián Bichir) is asked by the Vatican to investigate into the matter along with a novitiate named Irene (Taissa Farmiga). Along with a local guy called Frenchie (Jonas Bloquet), they are guided up to the convent which is considered by... Continue Reading →

Stree Review

Plotline: - The town of Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh is haunted by a mysterious evil female spirit called Stree, who preys upon men leaving behind only their clothes. In order to save the people from the Diablo, the residents paint O Stree, Kal Aana (O’ Lady, come tomorrow) in front of their gates because apparently... Continue Reading →

Race 3 Review

Plotline: - Shamsher Singh (Anil Kapoor) is a warlord who runs his business on both legal and illegal terms on a foreign island, far away from India where he is wanted. He has three heirs to his business, Sikander (Salman Khan) and his two twins Sanjana (Daisy Shah) and Suraj (Saqib Saleem). The twins are... Continue Reading →

Top 5 Hits And Misses Of Oscars 2018

One thing that might have irked people about the 90th Academy Awards was probably its predictability. While this might attract a positive outlook of the people who may claim that the deserving ones won their respective awards, it’s probably more than that. Hoarded with unnecessary political drama that the stars showcased in the three-hour-long show,... Continue Reading →

Top 10 English Language Movies Of 2017

Being an Indian student it becomes really difficult for me to catch up with every Non-Indian movie that comes to the screen. One reason is, of course, I’m busy as hell with my academic activities and the other is the unavailability of foreign films in my country. By the second fact I mean to imply... Continue Reading →

Kaalakaandi Review

Plotline: - Three different lives, three different paths, three different fuck ups (Kaalakaandi literally means A big fuck up) in one city and in one night. How’s everyone going to survive their ordeals? Positive Points: - A dark premise with its fair share of comic gags, Kaalakaandi is more than just a run-of-the-mill Bollywood movie... Continue Reading →

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