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Bob Biswas Movie Review: Abhishek Bachchan’s contract killer is not as scary as the original BB

03 December 2021
Bob Biswas is a movie by Red Chillies Entertainment in association with Sujoy Ghosh's Bound Script Production. Starring Abhishek Bachchan in the lead, this movie is the directorial debut of Diya Annapurna Ghosh. This movie is a spin-off on a fictional character named Bob Biswas from Kahaani (2012). ... Read more

Madhagaja Movie Review: A action-packed film loaded with sentiments

03 December 2021
Madhagaja deals with the two warring lords fighting over water and bloodshed. When the wife of one of them decides to send her son away from the land to a safe space, he returns to the same battlefield, much to her exasperation. ... Read more
03 December 2021
‘Tadap’, a Sajid Nadiadwala production, directed by Milan Luthria and written by Rajat Arora, is the remake of the Telugu film ‘RX 100’ (2018), which featured Kartikeya Gummakonda and Payal Rajput. ... Read more

Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham Movie Review: A visual spectacle and Priyadarshan's phenomenal job

02 December 2021
Mohanlal's Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham is the most expensive Malayalam film ever made, and it shows on screen. Directed by Priyadarshan, the war film, which has been lying on the shelves for over a year, finally hit the theatres today, December 2. The film deserves a theatrical release, solely because of the captivating visuals. ... Read more

Antim: The Final Truth Movie Review : A old-school multimasala-Bollywood action drama

29 November 2021
‘Antim: The Final Truth’ is the official adaption of the hit Marathi film ‘Mulshi Pattern. It follows the story of Rahul (Aayush Sharma), a youngster from a small-town, who ends up becoming one of the most dreaded land mafias in Pune. But in his journey to the top, he ends up making many new enemies and breaking the law. ... Read more

Sakath Movie Review : Ganesh in his best forms in this quirky comedy of errors

26 November 2021
Baalu is an aspiring singer, who ends up on a reality show to woo the anchor Mayuri. While Baalu seems to have a happy life going, he chances upon a murder that puts him in a fix. What follows next is a quirky comedy of errors. ... Read more

Bunty Aur Babli 2 Movie Review: Is a quite a con-job

20 November 2021
The infamous con couple Bunty and Babli decide to be back in the business to thwart the attempts of a young couple and bring them to justice, as they are swindling people in their name. But will the original Bunty and Babli be able to outsmart the new scamsters on the block? ... Read more

Sooryavanshi Movie Review: A high voltage action movie

20 November 2021
Sooryavanshi follows DCP Veer Sooryavanshi, the Chief of India’s Anti-Terrorism Squad, as he attempts to protect Mumbai from one of the worst terror attacks in history. ... Read more

100 Movie Review: A good choice for a family movie outing for a weekend

19 November 2021
Police officer Vishnu, very honest, seems to have the perfect professional and personal life. When a stranger named Harsha, who manipulates and cheats women online, enters his life, he's in for a roller-coaster ride. ... Read more

Garuda Gamana Vrishabha Vahana Movie Review: A mass entertainer which leaves lasting impressions

19 November 2021
Shiva and Hari, two friends who are polar opposites in demeanour, are the terror in Mangaladevi. What happens when ego, ambition, and jealousy creep in between their strong friendship? ... Read more

Kurup Movie Review: A compelling tale of an unending hunt

15 November 2021
'Kurup' (Malayalam) chronicles the life of fugitive Sudhakara Kurup, and the Kerala police’s unending chase to find his whereabouts. ... Read more

Premam Poojyam Movie Review : Prem excels in this excessively long romantic drama

14 November 2021
Dr. Sri Hari is a selfless cardiologist, who loves and worships his profession. When a patient, Yojitha, stumbles on his diary, we get to know of his love story that has turned him into a successful surgeon. ... Read more


14 November 2021
Persuaded to save his marriage, Pavithran is forced to go on a break with his wife Haripriya, but when they land in a hotel full of "madmen", it looks like Pavithran's problems with the gold earrings he gifted to his wife continue. ... Read more

Kotigobba3: Has more classy than ‘massy’ approach

19 October 2021
Sathya, a philanthropist who now runs an orphanage, has to go to Poland for the treatment of young Janu. While there, an international criminal named Ghost carries out crimes. Who is Ghost? And what has Sathya got to do with it all? ... Read more

Salaga: A commendable directorial debut by Duniya Vijay

14 October 2021
Salaga, the debut directorial of Duniya Vijay was released today (14th Oct.2021) on the festive day of Navami and Ayudha pooja. ... Read more

No Time To Die:The perfect Bond experience

02 October 2021
Though the James Bond film No Time To Die is debuting 18 months later due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but most critics said it was worth the wait. Critics lavishly praised Daniel Craig’s fifth and last outing after a 15-year tenure as the suave British secret agent, which began with 2006’s Casino Royale. ... Read more

Love Story Movie Review: Naga Chaitanya & Sai Pallavi are great to watch

24 September 2021
Finally, Sekhar Kammula’s Love Story with Naga Chaitanya and Sai Pallavi in lead roles hit the screens after a long wait for theatrical release. ... Read more


18 September 2021
Annabelle Sethupathi tries to evoke curiosity in the viewer from the very first scene. A weird plot of a bunch of ghosts caught in a beautiful palace unfolds, without much logic why they are locked in there and cannot leave. ... Read more

‘Bhoot Police’ movie review: A Pair of Indian Ghostbusters Try and Unravel Paranormal Mysteries

14 September 2021
Bhooth Police is a horror-comedy that literally tells us to push logic into a corner and take a ride that is mostly amusing, mildly frightening. This movie, the tale of two ghost hunters, addresses the family audience, has the 'Stree' kind of storytelling, comes across as a stress buster during the pandemic. ... Read more

Thalaivii movie review: The film provides an incomplete look at Jayalalithaa's life

12 September 2021
An iconic figure in Indian politics, Jayalalithaa’s political journey is well known. Director Vijay attempts to unravel her icy cold persona and look at her as a woman passionately driven by love. ... Read more

Tuck Jagadish movie review: Nani's family entertainer is a mixture of cliches

11 September 2021
Story: Bhudevipuram has a long legacy of families warring over ancestral land and even going as far as to kill each other for it. When Jagadish’s family faces the same fate, he needs to save the day before it’s too late. ... Read more

Seetimaarr Movie Review: A mass masala entertainer

11 September 2021
Director: Sampath Nandi Star Cast: Gopichand, Tamannaah Bhatia, Bhumika Chawla, Digangana Suryavanshi, Posani Krishna Murali, Rao Ramesh Produced By: Srinivasaa Chitturi Music By Mani Sharma Seetimaarr released as a mass masala entertainer for Ganesh Chaturthi fully serves the purpose of festival time entertainer. ... Read more

Helmet Movie Review: The film delivers the social message with humour

03 September 2021
Helmet’ is a quirky comedy that tackles the topic of condom use and explores people’s mindset and attitude when buying condoms from stores in public view. ... Read more

Chehre Movie review: Amitabh Bachchan-Emraan Hashmi is a preachy melodrama more than a triller

27 August 2021
Rumi Jafry's film, featuring Amitabh Bachchan and Emraan Hashmi, squanders an intriguing thought on sermonizing showy behaviors. ... Read more

Home Movie review: A light-hearted,, slice-of-a-life film with masterclass performance of indrans

19 August 2021
At times too desserts however most occasions inspiring, Rojin Thomas rejuvenates a stunning family dramatization that is driven by Indrans' easy presentation. ... Read more

Shershaah Movie Review: Siddharth Malhotra's one of the finest performance in this decent biopic film

12 August 2021
A biopic on the Kargil War saint Captain Vikram Batra, 'Shershaah' isn't altogether an awful film yet is tormented by the commonness of the conflict films we have been acclimated with ... Read more

Kuruthi Movie Review: Prithviraj Sukumaran's movie is a brilliant take on Human Nature

11 August 2021
Prithviraj Sukumaran and Roshan Mathew's Kuruthi portrays the legit story of each man in this present reality - hungry for blood and loaded up with retribution and disdain. Coordinated by Manu Warrier, the film stars Mamukkoya, Srindaa, Murali Gopy, Shine Tom Chacko, Manikandarajan, Sagar Surya and Naslen in urgent jobs. ... Read more

Dial 100 Movie Review: Manoj Bajpayee powerpact performance makes this film an intriguing watch

06 August 2021
Two families are connected by misfortune in Rensil D'Silva's tight and productive thrill ride Dial 100. Rotating around honest vengeance and terrible nurturing, the Zee5 discharge proposes that with the end goal for equity to be conveyed, the enduring of one of these families is important to approve the aggravation experienced by the other. ... Read more

Mimi Movie Review: Pankaj Tripathi and Kriti Sanon starrer has an interesting premise but turns out to be a mediocre film

27 July 2021
Cinematographer turned Laxman Utekar's third executive endeavour, Mimi is a weird monster in more manners than one. It gets going in the way of a carefree show about surrogacy and closures on a passionate note that lines on the garishly sermonizing. ... Read more

14 Phere Movie review: Vikrant messy- Kriti Kharbanda starrer film tries too hard to be funny

23 July 2021
14 Phere, written by Manoj Kalwani and coordinated by Devanshu Singh, submits the cardinal blunder of minimizing the hazard of upper standing qualification and the offensiveness of male-centric society. ... Read more

Sarpatta Parambarai Movie Review: A well made sports drama with strong characters

22 July 2021
Sarpatta Parambarai is something other than a tale about Kabilan and his energy for the physical game. It is about the difficulties of experiencing childhood in an extreme neighbourhood where individuals don't detest you due to what you do, but since of what your identity is. ... Read more

Ikkat Movie Review: A clean watchable humour

21 July 2021
Ikkat is loaded with clean humor, which is established in the way Bengalureans live, talk, eat and engage one another. The parody comes from the couple's battle to adapt to life under lockdown. ... Read more

Narappa Movie Review: Venkatesh shines in the faithful remake of Asuran

20 July 2021
Venkatesh contributes a true depiction as a man giving a valiant effort to ensure his family after his hot-headed child gets into a fight with an amazing family in the town. ... Read more

Toofan Movie Review: Rakesh Omprakash Mehra's film is a typical cliche sports drama, Farhan Akhtar gives an honest performance

16 July 2021
Toofan lacks a soul because Rakesh takes all the Bollywood cliches of a sports drama and makes a typical underdog story that doesn't have anything new to offer. ... Read more

Malik Movie Review: An epic crime saga that churned out a brilliant political thriller, A Master-class in Filmmaking

15 July 2021
Fahadh Faasil proves again that he is one of the best actors of the current generation but the true hero of this pathbreaking film is Mahesh Narayanan whose vision encaptured the communal tension in the coastal regions of Kerala. ... Read more

State of Siege Temple Attack movie review: Akshaye Khanna saves this operation

09 July 2021
While the web series State of Siege: 26/11 (2020) returned to the assaults on Mumbai in November 2008, the film Temple Attack is a fictionalized adaptation of the psychological militant strike on the Akshardham complex in Gandhinagar in 2002. ... Read more

Sherni Movie Review: Vidya Balan roars in this poignant portrayal of man animal conflict

18 June 2021
Amit Masurkar after Newton has brought another film which is happening in a jungle. Sherni really has two tigresses – one a maneater who is the object of a crazy chase, and the other the one who is driving the chase. ... Read more

Army of the Dead review: Zack Snyder's film is fun fest of Zombie killing

21 May 2021
After Zack Snyder's Justice League, we expect from his film is wholesome entertainer which gets from this Netflix's zombie flick. ... Read more

Sardar Ka Grandson Movie review: Good Premise but the makers doesn't take this seriously

18 May 2021
Sardar Ka Grandson starring Neena Gupta and Arjun Kapoor has an interesting plot but the makers don't take it seriously and fill the film all the Bollywood cliches and makes it a mess. ... Read more

Vakeel Saab Movie review: A masala court room drama

09 April 2021
Vakeel Saab is the remake of the 2016 Hindi film Pink. And the remake has both mixtures of a masala entertainer and a courtroom drama. ... Read more

Karnan Movie Review: Mari Selvaraj's powerful tale of caste oppression

09 April 2021
Mari Selvaraj’s Karnan, which features Dhanush in one of his fiercest roles, is a bold, powerful portrait of a flawed system letting down its people, caste-based riots and police brutality. ... Read more

The Big Bull Movie Review: Abhishek Bachchan is not Pratik Gandhi, The Big Bull is not Scam 1992 and the film crashes

08 April 2021
The Big Bull failed to show the story of man from rags to riches and to his downfall. The film has not researched anything about stock marketing, Harshad Mehta is from the picture. ... Read more

Joji Movie Review: A brilliant depiction of Macbeth in post-Covid setup in Kerala's patriarchal family

07 April 2021
Dileesh Pothan, Syam Pushkaran and Fahadh Faasil trio has given another masterpiece. The film is an analysis of a patriarchal family gutted with greed. ... Read more

Irul Movie Review: Fahadh Faasil shines in this decent thriller

02 April 2021
Irul has all the ingrediant of a suspense thriller demands though it's not a perfect thriller and it has its share of flaws. ... Read more

Sulthan Movie Review: A predictable but engrossing film

02 April 2021
Sulthan doesn't have anything new to offer because it has a similar plot which you have seen in films such as Godfather, Sarkar or Thevar Magan or the recent Maharshi. But Sulthan still manages to engage and entertain, making it a highly predictable but fun action drama. ... Read more

Wild Dog Movie Review: A riveting thriller with Nagarjuna as the star performer

02 April 2021
Ahishor Solomon’s Wild Dog is based on true incidents of bombings that rocked the country in mid-2000s. Backed by facts with a touch of cinematic liberty, the film explores the aftermath of these heinous incidents. ... Read more

Yuvarathnaa Movie Review: Mass entertainment with social message

01 April 2021
Puneeth Rajkumar starrer Yuvarathnaa entertains fans and has an ample dose of action, sentiments, comedy and even a dash of romance. ... Read more

Rang De Movie Review: A Watchable romantic entertainer

26 March 2021
Keerthy Suresh-Nithiin starrer has nothing new to offer but still entertaining to watch the chemistry between both the actress. ... Read more

Aranya Movie Review: Rana Daggubati and the elephants doesn't create any impact

26 March 2021
The film was written and directed by Prabh Solomon. The message of the film might be the only good thing about this story because everything else seems to lose its sheen. ... Read more

Saina Movie Review: A satisfying sports biopic

26 March 2021
Amol Gupte's film is high in emotion. The film uses all the template of a sports biopic but the film works due to its portrayal of an underdog and Parineeti Chopra's honest efforts. ... Read more

Mosagallu Movie Review: A brilliant idea ruined with a bad screenplay

19 March 2021
Telugu film Mosagallu is based on one of the biggest scams in the history of modern India, the IRS call centre scam. It is a story about a fake call centre racket that duped Americans of roughly 300 million dollars. How can someone make a bad film with this kind of premise? Yes, the makers did it. ... Read more

Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar Review: Dibaker banerjee fail to create an interesting dark comedy thriller with Arjun kapoor and Parineeti Chopra

19 March 2021
Director Dibakar Banerjee's film touches upon bank scams and the elderly people who are victimised by them, an idea that had potential but lazy writing and lead actors mediocre performance the film turns out to be boring. ... Read more

Mumbai Saga Movie Review: This Is Rehash Version of Sanjay Gupta's previous films.

19 March 2021
Mumbai Saga is old wine in the new bottle. It has all the ingredients of a Sanjay Gupta film starting from bulked up men to dialogue baazi to the green-toned colour pattern but still, it doesn't have any kind of freshness. ... Read more

Priest Movie Review: A satisfying horror-crime-fantasy thriller

11 March 2021
The film is not a regular mass entertainer film expected from a big-budget Mammootty film. The film has scary moments, thrilling sequences, and mindblowing visuals that make it a riveting watch. ... Read more

Roohi Movie Review: Tried too hard to en cash the success of Stree but failed miserably

11 March 2021
Roohi had a promising premise but it indulged in encashing the success of Stree but becomes gimmicky and failed to match the uniqueness of the former film. ... Read more

Jathi Ratnalu Movie Review: A Rib Tickling Laughter riot

11 March 2021
Naveen Polishetty starrer film delivers what we expected after watching the trailer. A madcap entertainer which has only one thing to offer i.e laughter. ... Read more

Pogaru Movie Review: A mass entertainer which doesn't have anything new to offer

26 February 2021
Dhruva Sarja's Pogaru tries to replicate time-tested mother-son sentimental drama as it portrays protagonist Shiva (Dhruva Sarja) leading a fearless life. The director goes overboard in casting the hero in the mould of a mass character. ... Read more

Drishyam 2: The Resumption Movie Review: WRITING is the real HERO!

19 February 2021
Drishyam 2 is the aftermath of the first instalment. Though the first part is superior to the sequel this part does justice to the prequel due to the writing brilliance of Jeetu Joseph. ... Read more

Master Movie Review: Thalapathy Vijay and Vijay Sethupathy shines in this overlong masala entertainer

12 January 2021
In spite of some flaws and the overlong second half, the film is largely entertaining due to screen presence of Vijay and high performance of Vijay Sethupathy. ... Read more

Coolie No. 1 Movie Review: Tried and Refused formula to bring back 90's classic in the name of remake

25 December 2020
Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan starrer are a remake of 1995 hit Coolie no. 1 starring Govinda. The film looks like the degraded level of a spoof of the old. ... Read more

Ludo Movie Review: Ludo is a colourful, eccentric world created by Anurag Basu

12 November 2020
Ludo is a dark comedy directed by Anurag Basu. This dark comedy has the stamp of the directer's style throughout the film. But the strength of the film is its actors. ... Read more

Soorarai Pottru Movie Review: After a long time Suriya has done a note-worthy film

12 November 2020
Soorarai Pottru is a well-made film based on real-life events. The film dropped on Amazon Prime Video on November 12. ... Read more

Laxmii Movie Review: An UNBEARABLE HAM FEST!

09 November 2020
Akshay Kumar's one of the worst films to date. All the actors in the film were competing with each other for who is best in hamming. The only actor who took his role seriously was Sharad Kelkar.. ... Read more

Halal Love Story Movie Review: A heart warming tale about human and humanity

15 October 2020
The film is directed by Sudani From Nigeria fame, Zakariya who has again comes up with an heartwarming story with simplicity filled with human emotions. ... Read more

Khaali Peeli Movie Review: An ode to 70's and 80's masala Bollywood films but that's not Enough!

03 October 2020
Ananya Panday and Ishaan Khatter play typical Bollywood film hero-heroine who are separated in childhood and meets in current time in strange circumstances. Heard before right? ... Read more

Nishabdham Movie Review: An awful thriller which is silly and stupid

02 October 2020
Anushka Shetty-Madhavan starrer film is the worst film of these actor's career and final nail in the coffin is casting Michael Madsen and making him ham with someone else dubbing for him. ... Read more

C U Soon Movie Review: A Crackling thriller which is sharply edited and brilliantly presented.

02 September 2020
Fahad Faasil, Roshan Mathew and an outstanding Darshana Rajendran starring C U Soon is another feather in brilliant filmography of Malayalam Cinema. ... Read more

Lootcase Movie Review: A Quirky Dark Comedy with well written characters

03 August 2020
Lootcase is a fun entertaining film with an average story but well-written characters with some amazing performances. ... Read more

French Biriyani Movie Review: This 'Biriyani' is Tasteless!

24 July 2020
The plot is quite inspired by film Delhi Belly (2011). But instead of extracting the quirkiness from the premise or the characters, the film lingers with blandness and senseless humour. ... Read more

Krishna and his Leela Movie Review: Fresh take on complicated releationship.

26 June 2020
Writer-director Ravikanth Perepu whose previous venture Kshanam was highly successful. The film is released on Netflix.. ... Read more

Penguin Movie Review: This Keerthy Suresh thriller suffers from bad writing.

19 June 2020
The film had the potential to the smart, imaginative thriller but couldn't overcome due to its weak writing. ... Read more

Ponmagal Vandhal Movie Review: Jyothika starrer courtroom drama tries to be intriguing but ends to be a mediocre message 'padam'.

29 May 2020
The director JJ Fredrick's had a great storyline that had a darker theme but he wanted to make a family-friendly film just for theatre audience but unfortunately released on the streaming platform. ... Read more

Extraction Movie Review: Chris Hemworth film gives an engaging action packed film till it takes it seriously.

24 April 2020
The new Netflix film is an action-packed film the audience needed in this lockdown and the film pretty much exceeds in showcasing some of the finest action films. ... Read more

Love Mocktail Movie Review: An enjoyable ride with perfect blend of romance and nostalgia.

19 March 2020
Darling Krishna’s Love Mocktail gets this connect right as he takes a slice out of a common man's life. The movie takes off with a middle-aged Adi (Darling Krishna) driving to the coastal region and rescuing a woman on the way. She accompanies him through the journey where he opens up about his love, life and plight of emotions he has been through. ... Read more

Dia Movie Review: An unpredictable love story which is impactful.

19 March 2020
Dia is an unusual, unpredictable love story with sheer of uniqueness. the film is directed by KS Ashoka who debuted with 2013 lost and found footage horror film 6-5=2. ... Read more

Drona Movie Review: Shivarajkumar starrer film is a message driven which will not dissapoint you.

06 March 2020
The film is a Tamil remake of Samuthirakani-starrer, Saattai. And like the Tamil version, this film also has a defect of being too preachy. ... Read more

Kaamyaab Movie Review: An ode to Hindi Cinema's sidekick with a soulful film.

06 March 2020
Sanjay Mishra gives a compelling performance. The actor gets into the nerve of the character and takes you to his world with ease. ... Read more

Baaghi 3 Movie Review: Tiger Shroff's action can't save the cringe screenplay

05 March 2020
If you are an action movie lover then Baaghi 3 will make your day but you have to bear the bad screenplay of the film and gulp all the unbelievability going on the screen. ... Read more

Kannum Kannum Kollaiyadaithaal Movie Review: An engaging romantic thriller

27 February 2020
Finally, after financial hurdle, the film has been released starring Dulquer Salmaan and Rashi Khanna which turned out to be an engaging thriller. ... Read more

Forensic Movie Review: A decent crime thriller

27 February 2020
Tovino Thomas starrer film has all the elements of a decent investigative thriller. ... Read more

Hit: The First Case Movie Review: Vishwak Sen is terrific as the cop in this riveting thriller.

27 February 2020
HIT is an investigative thriller and a textbook genre film that builds expectations and lives up to it right till the end. Bankrolled by Wall Poster Cinema (Nani and Prashanti Tipirneni), which also gave us the critically acclaimed Awe. ... Read more

Thappad Movie Review: A powerful movie which questions the gender hierarchy and an individual's dignity.

27 February 2020
Thappad is not a women-centric film. It is a film that questions the gender hierarchy society which trivializes all the problematic things happening in a married couple's life. ... Read more