Jagame Thandhiram Review: The tedium is lessened by the ebullience of Dhanush and the solidity of Joju George. James Cosmo makes the most of the over-the-top quality of the larger-than-life villain.
Sherni Review: The supporting actors (Vijay Raaz, Neeraj Kabi, Sharat Saxena, Brijendra Kala, Mukul Chadda) bring to the proceedings a high level of authenticity.
Shaadisthan Review: Director Raj Chaudhary displays firm grip on this clash-of-two-worlds tale rendered in the form of a road movie that rarely veers off course.
Skater Girl Review: The pivotal performance by Rachel Saanchita Gupta, who slips into the skin of Prerna Bhil without missing a beat, helps the film hit its stride and achieve a steady canter.
Maharani Review: A passable account of a state fighting steady decline and seeking regeneration, and of an undervalued woman waging her own personal war.
The Human Voice Review: The face and voice of Tilda Swinton is a luminous appendage. So dazzling is the film and so scintillating its sole actor that you can never have enough of either.
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Army Of The Dead Review: Huma Qureshi, in what can only be described as a minuscule secondary role, is good enough; despite the short shrift she gets, to leave a mark.
Sardar Ka Grandson Review: Neena Gupta is saddled with a single-note role and awful prosthetics. Arjun Kapoor, left with the onerous job of carrying the film on his shoulders, flounders.
Ahaan Review: It is easy to warm up to the actor because not only is there something overwhelmingly charming about him, he is also a man who clearly enjoys acting in front of the camera.
Radhe Review: Randeep Hooda, in the guise of a brutal baddie in black, upstages the rest of the cast, which includes Jackie Shroff in an underwritten comic role of a bumbling Assistant Commissioner of Police.
The Disciple Review: The Marathi film, executive produced by Alfonso Cuaron, tracks an arduous rites-of-passage journey in a manner that is instantly illuminating.
Searching For Sheela Review: A bland apologia for an eventful, error-strewn life that has seen more than its share of ups and downs and has for decades been surrounded by mystery.
Karnan Review: Dhanush plunges headlong into the role of a hot-headed young man at odds with the world and surfaces with a sterling performance that ebbs and peaks with the rhythms of the narrative.
The Big Bull Review: It is pointless to blame the actors for failing to make amends for what The Big Bull lacks. The film's problems are rooted in the screenplay, stilted dialogues and arbitrary character arcs.
Sound Of Metal Review: The conviction with which Riz Ahmed plays the drums and uses American Sign Language belies the fact that he had to learn both in order to play the role.