Heer Kothari

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Heer Kothari is a keen lifestyle writer, a series binge watched, avid reader and senior speech and drama consultant with the Jehangir's School of Speech and Drama.

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Hina Khan opens up about her journey from television to the OTT

Hina Khan opens up about her journey from television to the OTT

Hina Khan, who will next be seen in the web movie Wishlist, also spoke about how the viewers need to be more responsible to ensure better...Read More

The second season of 'Criminal Justice' promises to blow your mind

The second season of 'Criminal Justice' promises to blow your mind

Titled' Criminal Justice: Behind Closed Doors', the series will start streaming from December 24 on Disney+Hotstar

‘Crime thrillers come most naturally to me’: Director Sattwik Mohanty on ‘Dark7White’

‘Crime thrillers come most naturally to me’: Director Sattwik Mohanty on ‘Dark7White’

The director gets candid about working on the OTT platform, making a web series, and how work kept him busy during the lockdown

Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives review: Tracing lives of four star wives

Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives review: Tracing lives of four star wives

This docu-drama gives a peak into the lives of four Bollywood besties and star wives/former actors — Seema Khan, Maheep Kapoor, Neelam Ko...Read More

Sumeet Vyas says he is against censorship, but supports the rating process

Sumeet Vyas says he is against censorship, but supports the rating process

The actor, who is currently seen in the web series ‘Dark7White’, opens up about the recent imposition of censorship on OTT platforms

A Simple Murder: More slapstick than dark comedy

A Simple Murder: More slapstick than dark comedy

Overall, the series can be watched on an occasion when you have absolutely binged watched everything that’s already there

The Crown (season 4) review: A very well-made, prolific season

The Crown (season 4) review: A very well-made, prolific season

Lady Diana’s story has been cleverly ambushed by focusing on Margret Thatcher’s ruthless politics

Aashram 2 review: A let down compared to the first one

Aashram 2 review: A let down compared to the first one

Prakash Jha doesn’t only introduce us to the ongoings in Baba Nirala’s harem, but also walks us through the drug cartel that Baba harbour...Read More

Sir review: A heart-warming love story that grows on you

Sir review: A heart-warming love story that grows on you

The films strongly relies on strapping imagery and technique to propel the plot in the desired direction. The end is left open to one’s i...Read More

Mum Bhai review: Impactful performances make this gang war tale watchable

Mum Bhai review: Impactful performances make this gang war tale watchable

Overall a fast-paced show and a great one-time watch

El Presidente review: Makes for a great watch if you are a football enthusiast

El Presidente review: Makes for a great watch if you are a football enthusiast

The story gives viewers a detailed insight into the money laundering and all that goes into getting FIFA on the global charts, not only a...Read More

Taish review: Jim Sarbh steals the show, while the plot keeps you hooked till the end

Taish review: Jim Sarbh steals the show, while the plot keeps you hooked till the end

The stunning English countryside vistas add extra brownie points to the cinematography. The vintage looking mansion, clubbed with perfect...Read More

Mirzapur 2: A slow, flavourless plot

Mirzapur 2: A slow, flavourless plot

Mirzapur 2 has been bankrolled to make it bigger and better, but the results are quite the opposite.

Comedy Couple movie review: Watch when you want to forget all your woes

Comedy Couple movie review: Watch when you want to forget all your woes

At a time when the various OTT platforms are brimming with crime, gang wars and other serious content, this film brings along a break fro...Read More

Abhay 2 review: Graphic, gut-wrenching and definitely not for the faint-hearted

Abhay 2 review: Graphic, gut-wrenching and definitely not for the faint-hearted

Ken Ghosh has intelligibly explored psychological thriller using the short story format. However, he fails miserably when it comes to est...Read More

High: Watch only if you have the patience for a slow burn

High: Watch only if you have the patience for a slow burn

The series evolves at a snail's pace, almost putting viewers to sleep. This could have been better as a movie instead of a series.

Serious Men movie review: This Nawazuddin Siddiqui-starrer throws light on some serious issues

Serious Men movie review: This Nawazuddin Siddiqui-starrer throws light on some serious issues

Sudhir Mishra has very smartly directed the film by throwing light on minority community and also on class divide.

Halahal movie review: Impressive performances make this film watchable

Halahal movie review: Impressive performances make this film watchable

Bollywood has an array of films based on various scams, this is just an addition to that list

The Comey Rule: A must-watch for the lovers of international politics

The Comey Rule: A must-watch for the lovers of international politics

It gives us a detailed insight in how James Comey was criticised by the media and the citizens for giving Trump the advantage in the 2016...Read More

Crackdown: A gripping narrative with power-packed performances

Crackdown: A gripping narrative with power-packed performances

But this Saqib Saleem-starrer is an absolute ‘no-no’ for the fainthearted

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