Veteran film maker Adoor Gopalakrishnan voices support for the striking students of FTII.
Has a ‘been there, already seen in Hollywood’ feel to it.
At times, you wish it could hurry up and come to the point quickly but in the end it all adds up well.
Can you tell a story with just everyday images and situational sounds? Sengupta does it seamlessly.
A string of spectacular dance set-pieces linked together by random scenes.
A new breed of institutions is vitalising learning for the pleasure of learning
How did Gajendra Chauhan get his FTII gig? Indignation reigns over the choice.
Vidya Balan hams her way to being the most irritating ever on screen.
The cute and happy picture that the kids and the stray make tends to tower over the essential sordidness of...
Zoya makes it pretty clear that her heart beats for women and for overhauling gender roles and expectations.
She is a bit of her characters, and unlike any of them. Kangana is style and substance. And rooted, to boot.
Kangana Ranaut on her characters, the changing face of Bollywood and shift in the role of the heroine in the...
Sixties Bombay, Jazz and un grand amour make a great film
Action at its most grown-up, fantastic, surreal, weird, insane, primeval and visceral all at once.
It’s about the chaos of relationships, yet about unruffled continuities.
Not many films have focused on the 1965 war. Upkar has more than made up for that lapse.
Manish Mundra is the benefactor the film industry’s new talent so needs
Enigma in a puzzle. That’s Salman. The reason why he rouses passion.
It’s a talkie that gets way too boring beyond a point.
There is a hush and silence in my fields and it scares me to no end.