'Yeh khub ladegi, Gulabo khub lade, Sitabo khub lade, Rangilo khub lade.' A puppeteer pulls us into the world of Shoojit Sircar's Gulabo Sitabo. The puppets in his hands stand for the two quarrelsome but headstrong protagonists of the film. A dilapidated mansion is the bone of contention between them. While they squabble and keep throwing insults at each other, there is a greater lesson to be learnt - both by them and the audience. … [Read more...] about Gulabo Sitabo Movie Review: Dramedy That Makes You Realise An Important Truth About Life!
Aditi Rao Hydari, who plays the mute Kathak dancer Sujata, is the heart and soul of the movie. The actress brilliantly portrays the emotions of her character despite not having any dialogues, with her amazing expressions, mannerisms, and dancing skills. We really hope she signs more Malayalam films in the future. … [Read more...] about Sufiyum Sujatayum Movie Review: This Aditi Rao Hydari Starrer Is Ambitious But Flawed
Kadakh Starts As Comedy Turn Out To Be A Drama At first, Kadakh reminded me a lot of Kevin Hart and Adam Sandler kinda early 2000s comedy films. However, after a comic start, the film dives into drama and looses its comic touch only to mere eye moments, when more members arrive, or people get too close to the body. The party continues to go on for the longest time and even Sunil and Malti don't seem too bothered for a while. … [Read more...] about Kadakh Movie Review: Ranvir Shorey, Rajat Kapoor Film Is A Comedy Heavy On Drama
Masala is a romantic comedy entertainer and as its name suggests, the movie has all masala stuffs like comedy, action, romance, sentiment, songs, etc. Venkatesh and Ram's brilliant performances are the main attractions in the film. The engaging screenplay, funny dialogues, trendy music, beautiful picturisation, MS Narayana, Ali and Jayaprakash Reddy's comedy timings and few action and dance sequences are the other highlights of the film. … [Read more...] about Masala – Movie Review
In Safe House, Washington plays Tobin Frost, a CIA agent who reportedly wrote the book on modern interrogations before becoming the company’s most notorious traitor. Wanted on four continents, he has no allegiances and no relationships outside work. Is there anything he loves? Yes: ’72 Petrus. With his favorite wines, he permits himself to sniff, sip, and, for a moment, get intimate. Then back to business. … [Read more...] about Movie Review: Denzel Washington Swaggers Through