Raat Akeli Hai is a typical 90s whodunit, infused with the goodness of Indian flavours
The music is phenomenal and the series artfully introduces the youth to the charisma of Hindustani classical music
Lootcase could have been better if efforts were invested in perfecting the direction and dialogues.
Shakuntala Devi explores the life of the late Indian math prodigy, Shakuntala Devi, who made it to the Guinness Book of World Records
Avrodh is based on a book, ‘India’s most Fearless’, by Shiv Aroor and Rahul Singh. The book gives a detailed account of operation Uri tha...
Also make sure you have enough tissues while watching the film
With the kind of performances this one had, one hopes that there is more. A brilliant show indeed!
As the cat-and-mouse game begins, the series keeps viewers on the edges of their seats, as they try to figure out who the abductor is
This could have made for an interesting narrative if it were tweaked to incorporate social consciousness and judicious amounts of glam
Manoj Bajpayee plays a man of few words, but his eyes and body language do all the talking.
Though the plot is riveting, it only begins gathering steam after the sixth episode
The narrative is gritting giving viewers a succinct account of the proceedings.
Overall, a must watch! After all one cannot often get to relive simplicity in a rather complex world
Overall, a reasonably well-penned family drama, with a rather soulful title track and an experienced cast gives the slightly weak plot so...
Though fiction, it has a touch of reality. The characters are very relatable, with no pretentiousness.
A no-brainer film is need of the hour. The comedy is kind of in between intelligent and slapstick, but puts a smile on your face.
The documentary gives a brief insight into the gradual spread of the virus across the country
Director, Deven Munjal, introduces filmmakers to the norms of the 'new normal' in the post Covid-19 world
The spook levels are trivialised in a manner that could make anyone burst into laughter. Even the faint-hearted can cherish this one
The series walks us through the ground realities of the corporate world and gives us a glimpse of corruption in the service sector