Jayeshbhai Jordaar Review: Despite Ranveer Singh's Unwaveringly Spot-On Diction And Demeanour, The Film Lacks BiteSaibal Chatterjee | Friday May 13, 2022
Jayeshbhai Jordaar Review: Played with consistent aplomb by an irrepressible Ranveer Singh isn't a stud strutting around the village calling constant attention to himself. In fact, he is the exact opposite. He is adept at merging with the background.
Modern Love Mumbai Review: No matter what the gender of the director is or what the essential tilt of each story is, it is the women, both the fictional characters and the performers who portray them, who make the anthology worthwhile.
Mere Desh Ki Dharti Review: Divyenndu (Mirzapur's Munna Tripathi) and Anant Vidhaat (Mai's Prashant) put their best feet forward in the roles of the down-and-out engineers seeking a second chance.
Home Shanti Review: The performances by the seasoned Manoj Pahwa and Supriya Pathak are expectedly first-rate, the episodic storytelling is genteel notwithstanding the inconsistencies.
Thar Review: Kapoor Sr delivers a restrained performance, and Kapoor Jr finds himself tackling a role that appears to be right up his narrow alley. Fatima Sana Shaikh is sultry and smouldering by turns
Thinking Of Him Review: Victor Banerjee and Eleonora Wexler are perfect in the guru-acolyte duet at the heart of the film.
Heropanti 2 Review: Tara Sutaria is as clueless as the screenplay writer about the manner in which the character should be projected.
Runway 34 Review: Rakul Preet Singh gives a solid account of herself. As for Amitabh Bachchan and other actors, the path is riddled with air pockets caused by blurry writing.
London Files Review: Purab Kohli is not even given an opportunity to have a go at giving the show a modicum of energy. This tale of two dead-end daddies is, therefore, doomed to a dismal destiny.
Guilty Minds Review: Shriya Pilgaonkar Is Mesmerising In A Legal Series With A Mellow Sense Of DramaSaibal Chatterjee | Friday April 22, 2022
Guilty Minds: It is Shriya Pilgaonkar who does the most to convey the nature of the clash of scruples and exigencies that is at the heart of this tale of many legal and emotional jousts.
Jersey Review: On the acting front, Shahid is the Man of the Match. The team effort behind him is strengthened by the performances from Mrunal Thakur and Ronit Kamra, a confident child actor.
Beast (RAW) Review: An Ill-Formed Creature Even Firing-On-All-Cylinders Vijay Cannot Pummel Into ShapeSaibal Chatterjee | Thursday April 14, 2022
Beast (RAW) Review: Vijay needs no assistance to fill the screen. Yet, no matter how much wallop a megastar might bring to the table, he still needs a strong script.
Abhay 3 Review: The lead actor faces stiff competition in the form of the redoubtable Vijay Raaz, cast as a sociopath who unleashes terror in Lucknow and Delhi.
Gullak 3 Review: The Writing Isn't As Impeccable This Time Around But Acting Is Absolutely Top-NotchSaibal Chatterjee | Thursday April 07, 2022
Gullak 3 Review: It is easy to get into the swing despite the familiar tropes - or perhaps, because of them - when actors like Geetanjali Kulkarni and Jameel Khan go all out to do what they are best at.
Kaun Pravin Tambe? Review: It pieces together a fascinating life story that is much more about dour tenacity than about flashy achievements and staggering statistics.