This short film brings the on screen couple of Indian television Gurmeet Choudhary and Debina Bonnerjee back after 13 years, after they had made their debuts...
Sardar Udham is in a way a meditation of the ideologies of freedom as it is a masterclass on filmmaking.
Director Kanishk Varma looks like has been solely motivated by the John McTiernan-directed Die Hard films that spawned a franchise, not so long ago.
Though it is preachy at times and also predictable, it is worth watching at least once, writes Jyothi Venkatesh
The contrived narrative to serve female empowerment is the structural flaw because of which Rashmi Rocket never takes off.
Prithviraj makes a attempt to tackle the tricky role with his usual flair, writes Jyothi Venkatesh
Sumeru is the kind of film which may not appeal to all kinds of viewers and caters slightly to an elite audience with his complex love...
The series which chronicles the rise and fall of tennis icons Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi lacks the grip to keep you engaged throughout.
If you’re willing to suspend your disbelief that someone is doing this nonsensical thing for what he believes is love, you might enjoy the film.
Kangana is simply outstanding in getting into the skin of the character of the fierce actress in the film, writes Jyothi Venkatesh.