In Bollywood, we don’t see too many intelligently made satires but this one … navigates that genre with tact and skill, with a climax that’s surprising, dark and humourous.
There are some fantastic moments in the film, and sharply written scenes between the characters, too, which in turn, prove to be the highlights of this drama.
Director Ahmed Khan throws in every trick in the book to make ‘Baaghi 3’ an action entertainer.
‘Kaamyaab’ is an ode to Bollywood, the larger-than-life movies and their actors, bizarre wigs, love, drama, friendship passion but most importantly, it is about one’s ability to realise their dreams even when the chips are down.
If you’re simply looking for some inspiration then you could afford to give this one a miss.
What ‘Guns of Banaras’ primarily lacks is a convincing motive for the protagonist to sail through. So, save yourself from this unpleasant ride.
There was an attempt to do something 'hatke' with 'Cookie' but the diegesis is an amalgamation of all other movies in this genre; predictable till the credits roll.
'O Pushpa I Hate Tears' will remind one of yesteryear actor Rajesh Khanna’s famous dialogue which the movie's title is inspired from. But, sans that, there isn't much for the viewers... This Pushpa is passable!
Director Gagan Puri’s ‘Doordarshan’ had an interesting plot at hand and there was so much he could do with it, but he just about scratches the surface.
'Thappad' is a silent slap on our society's age-old belief that — 'shaadi mein sab kuch chalta hain'. But honestly, should it be that way? And that is what we need to start talking about... now!
'Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan' will give small-town parents the much needed nudge, and maybe, in the distant future, they will have the strength to accept their offsprings for who they are.
While the film’s runtime is short, the pace seems exhausting because most of the scenes are concluded abruptly, leaving you waiting for the big reveal.
‘The Hundred Bucks’ cherry-picks an engaging theme, but does not furnish it with panache; not even close.
'Love Aaj Kal' sets off to celebrate complex characters and relationships, with the universal emotion of love at its core. It creates some emotional moments, but doesn’t quite leave you spellbound.
‘Hacked’ feels like an exposé of some sorts at the beginning but gradually, one realises that it is just a half-baked attempt.
The narrative is a tad bit more visually exciting and cinematically engaging in the first half, while the second half is more invested in the love story – which does feel far-fetched, predictable and dated at times.
This comedy flick touches upon various alarming social issues, but fails to render an in-depth analysis on any of them.
The predictability of the plot, a strong sense of directionlessness reeking of the plotline and its overall presentation makes this film a humdrum of an A-rated movie.
Ritam Srivastav has done justice to the movie to a considerable extent but the script lacked originality in ways more than one.
In this film, none of the characters are uni-dimensional, which makes them interesting. 'Malang' begins well with a power-packed action scene, and dives straight into the drama.
Another report on Mumbai Mirror states that in order to contain the spread of the virus, the BMC has now sealed director Zoya Akhtar's Bandra apartment building as a precautionary measure.
The police have so far recorded the statements of over 35 people that include family, friends, former co-stars and film industry biggies in the matter. However, the one person who is not to be summoned by the police for questioning, is Bollywood superstar Salman Khan.
Taapsee Pannu is an avid social media user. Amid lockdown, the diva treated her fans with some stunning throwback clicks from the sets of her films. Along with the pictures, she even revealed fun stories and experiences.
Evergreen actor Madhuri Dixit Nene on Tuesday treated her fans with an elegant throwback picture as she penned down her quarantine thoughts.
After Sutapa Sikdar's heartwarming post for Irrfan Khan, his son Babil Khan penned a poem in the memory of the late actor. The poem talks about how they are dealing with the loss. Along with the poem, he even shared pictures of throwback Irrfan, Sutapa and his younger brother Ayan.
In her post online, the actress calls him ‘the greatest physicist’ and ‘shooting star’
After a three-month lockdown in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the entertainment industry is limping back to normalcy. Shoots have resumed, with strict adherence to safety guidelines. Raveena Tandon got back to work by shooting for a commercial recently. Talking about the experience, the actress says that she had mentally prepared herself for the new normal.
Alia Bhatt gave an adorable glimpse of her partner during quarantine, her furry friend Edward. The actress posting a cute selfie with her cat and captioned the post, “My calm in every storm”. Alia Bhatt often positing doting clicks with her pets and her Instagram account is proof that she loves chilling with her cats.
Anupam Kher recorded a video today, wherein he shared an important message about expressing love to one’s parents. The actor started the video by stating that after his mother, brother and family tested positive for Covid-19, he has been trying to be fine but that there are a few low days too. Anupam Kher updated that his mother is doing well in the isolation and is staying connected with relatives. Not just relatives, by the actor revealed that his mother has also been checking on his friends…
The actor posted a car selfie, in which he is seen wearing a hoodie while his stylish shades add to his overall casual look.
Amitabh Bachchan had revealed on Saturday that he had tested positive for Covid-19 and was admitted to a hospital in the city. As he recuperates, Big B continues to stay connected to fans through social media. Today the veteran actor penned a heartfelt tribute to the doctors and tagged them as ‘companions of the sufferer’.
Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti penned a heart-warming note remembering her brother on his one-month death anniversary. Shweta had shared a doting selfie with her brother, the siblings flashing their best smiles for the camera. Missing Sushant, Shweta had captioned the post, “It has been a month since you left us...but your presence is still felt so strongly.... Love you Bhai. Hope u always stay eternally happy.”
Kriti Sanon has immersed herself into poetry during lockdown. The actress, who had a penchant for writing since her school days, has been using poetry to express herself. Today the actress shared a cryptic verse on Instagram that read, “And in between a guilty laughter that pretended to move on, Her eyes shed tears of reality and broke all her delusions”. Since it has been a month today since Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise and fans soon commented that the actress was missing her co-star.
The actor's upcoming films are based on real-life heroes - Sardar Udham Singh and Sam Manekshaw.
Disha Patani was snapped today by the paparazzi, visiting a vet with her pet dog Goku. The actress kept it casual in a spaghetti top and denims. Keeping up with the newest safety norms, Disha Patani was snapped in a colourful mask. The actress was clicked by the paparazzi as she made her way out of a vet clinic in the city, along with her pet Goku.
Actor and casting director Abhishek Banerjee talks about his career plans
Soundarya Sharma had left for Los Angeles to pursue an acting course in February. Little did she know then that she would be stuck there indefinitely owing to the lockdown in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Today, reportedly, four staffs working in the nearby bungalows of the Rekha’s residence was also tested positive for COVID-19. While all of these patients have been taken to the COVID-19 facility ward of the government, reports also suggest that the BMC has currently declared the areas as a containment zone.
Sonakshi Sinha posts a throwback picture from New York.