Written and directed by Milap Zaveri, 'Satyameva Jayate 2' is one such effort which willy-nilly gives us a ludicrous story of a Home Minister (no less!) who as a vigilante would bear none of the nonsense created by all those people in power – doctors, builders, police personnel, etc.
The actress took to social media to post the photo with BAFTA-winning Welsh director Philip John and the poster of her character.
The premise was so interesting and perfect for a smart sequel. Alas, director Varun K Sharma runs out of ideas as soon as he begins penning them, it seems. For there is none of the chutzpah, nor innovativeness, not even the quick repartee that we saw in the 2005 film.
'Dhamaka', it is safe to say, fails to keep the audiences engrossed for its run time of over 100 minutes.
Kay Kay Menon starrer ‘Special Ops 1.5’, the new season in Neeraj Pandey’s ‘Special Ops’ series, is definitely binge-worthy. Here’s our review of the show.
All three stars in the film – Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds— manage to do justice to their roles and keep one hooked with their presence on screen.
It’s a Rohit Shetty film, in which cars have to fly, bodies butchered and many chase sequences merrily borrowed from Hollywood‘s hugely successful films.
The two-hour-long film has some great starcast, including two veterans, both of whom try to add gravitas to a film that doesn’t quite know whether to follow the comic track or label itself in the emotional drama category.
The idea behind the story of the film may have been to dissect and connect the Good Vs the Bad dichotomy, but the plot is too thin to evoke any interest.
In the midst of all the seriousness that the film is intended for, an out-of-the-blue song and dance featuring the lead actors, makes you wonder which way the film is headed.
Entertaining first half that had all the frills for an engaging emotional saga, but just fizzles out thereafter!
Daniel Craig's final performance as agent 007, in the 164-minute-long thriller, includes the regular flamboyance and the grand opulent adventure that any Bond movie is known for.
Netflix’s latest offering ‘Ankahi Kahaniya’ explores the nature of true love, and the tender feeling of affection one person has for another, even if it’s unreasonable and not necessarily reciprocated.
Despite a predictable, pretty straightforward storyline and a few lengthier scenes ‘Free Guy’ is a pretty enjoyable picture. If nothing, it will at least remind you of why Ryan Reynolds has become such a popular actor in the last five years.
Many details that are in public domain are given importance in 'Thalaivii', but many lesser known or unheard of details remain omitted with not even a passing mention in a film that calls itself a biopic.
The film’s tongue-in-cheek look at how condoms affect the lives of three people is too banal to enjoy laughs all the way. Whatever little fun is intended, it’s marred by too many second guesses by viewers.
The 125-minute thriller that begins with a hijack drama was meant to be a roller-coaster spy ride, but with action zigzagging back and forth too often, it leaves viewers rather puzzled in trying to piece together several knots that keep tying up.
If only, in the 135-minute war saga we could know more about his penchant for bravery and selfless commitment to the country we would have really known him better. After all, “Yeh Dil Maange More!”
A health worker disinfects Kanyakumari S.P office after a few office staff tested positive for the coronavirus, in Kanyakumari district.PTI Photo
Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) national spokesperon Rakesh Tikait speaks during a 'Kisan Mahapanchayat' to mark one year of the farmers' agitation, in Mumbai.PTI Photo/Kunal Patil
Union Home Minister Amit Shah inaugurates the 150 metric ton per day Milk Powder Plant and Automatic Robotic Storage and Retrieval System of Amulfed Dairy, in Gandhinagar.PTI Photo
Union Ministers Smriti Irani and Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi arrive for the BJP Parliamentary Executive Committee meeting ahead of the Winter Session of the Parliament, in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Shahbaz Khan
Smriti Irani, Locket Chatterjee and Ranjanben Dhananjay Bhatt arrive to attend BJP Parliamentary Executive Committee meeting ahead of the Winter Session of the Parliament, in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Shahbaz Khan
Every act of dissent is an art. Of pain and pathos. Of hope and new dawn. It’s their story. It’s everyone’s story.
Dissent is less about material gains than the intangibles they leave us with.
For India’s manual scavengers, mere existence is a protest, because they need to fight just to reclaim their humanity and dignity.