Mimi Review: Notwithstanding the stray parts that are likeable and a cast of actors who rise above the limitations of the script, this remake of the 2011 Marathi film Mala Aai Vhhaychy is strictly average fare.
Sarpatta Parambarai Review: Arya dominates the show with a performance that aptly combines tough physicality and psychological fragility.
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.