Raazi is a thrilling tale, about a girl who first becomes a spy, and then deals with the consequences of it, told unflinchingly without resorting to any gimmickry.
What defines a leader? Is it ascertained by how he takes care of his people? Is it based on how he conducts itself? Can it be established by how he makes a decision?
Mumbai-based director Bidyut Kotoky’s Assamese film Xhoixobote Dhemalite (Rainbow Fields) is one of those movies that come across as so deeply personal that you are certain that the events unfolding on the big screen must be, in one way or the other, autobiographical in nature. The autobiographical elements are not difficult to spot with the…
Thanks Sanjay Leela Bhansali for continuing to have the ability to make such aesthetic crap, complete with incense and a generous smattering of sindoor and gold.
Written and Directed by: Yorgos Lanthimos (aka “the fucked up mad creator”) Starring: Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell
There is a certain energy to a megapolis like Bombay. A city, teeming with stories, millions of them, just waiting to be told. And at night, when the streetlights burn brightest, the darkest tales come to life. Akshat Verma, who burst on to the scene with Delhi Belly back in 2011, travels southwards for his…
The turbulent mother-daughter relationship ends up being the highlight of actress Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut.