Friday, August 14, 2020
Johaar Review – A gritty, hard-hitting political drama

Johaar Review – A gritty, hard-hitting political drama

Srivathsan Nadadhur The CM of a Telugu state has just been murdered under mysterious circumstances. Even before tears trickle down his son’s eyes, he sets...
Gunjan Saxena Review - A rousing, sensible biopic that flies high

Gunjan Saxena Review – A rousing, sensible biopic that flies high

Srivathsan Nadadhur There may have been many films featuring success stories of women who overcome all obstacles to chase their passions, but only a handful...
The War of the Worlds Review – An alien invasion thriller that’s affecting and sensitive

The War of the Worlds Review – An alien invasion thriller...

Srivathsan Nadadhur The War of the Worlds, an alien invasion thriller, adapted from the HG Wells classic written nearly a century and a half ago,...
Pareeksha Review – Terrific plot let down by a simplistic narrative

Pareeksha Review – Terrific plot let down by a simplistic narrative

Srivathsan Nadadhur Every parent hailing from an underprivileged background sees their future through the education of their wards; they view it as a doorway of...

Uma Maheshwara Ugra Roopasya Review – A charming remake full of...

Srivathsan NadadhurUnderstated rural comedies were very much in vogue in the times of Jandhyala and Vamsy, but post their era, not many filmmakers have...
Shakuntala Devi Review – A shallow take on a colourful life of a genius

Shakuntala Devi Review – A shallow take on a colourful life...

Srivathsan Nadadhur There are a handful of mediocre films that Vidya Balan has salvaged with her stellar performances over the course of her 15-year stint...

Sufiyum Sujatayum Review – Sincere storytelling and performances uplift this bland...

Srivathsan Nadadhur Not many Indian films have managed to make the muezzin’s call to prayer in the morning look as poetic and cathartic as Sufiyum...

Bhanumati Ramakrishna Review – A charming 30s romance that fills you...

Srivathsan Nadadhur Bhanumati Ramakrishna, streaming platform Aha’s upcoming release, tells its story literally through its title (no, it’s not about the legendary actress). Any female...

Krishna and his Leela Review – A breezy rom-com that needed...

Srivathsan Nadadhur It’s not very often that you see a Telugu film protagonist positioned in a polyamorous relationship sans regret. While most Telugu films would...

Penguin Review – Keerthy Suresh tries hard to salvage this underwhelming...

Srivathsan NadadhurThe least that a passable investigative thriller could do is to make its antagonist interesting or make the protagonist’s pursuit to find him/her...

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