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Baahubali 2 Review: Rajamouli Keeps Winking, And We Keep Falling For It

Baahubali 2 Review: Rajamouli Keeps Winking, And We Keep Falling For It

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Baahubali: The Conclusion doesn't enlarge the scope of the first film or deepen its meaning. However, it does expose the smallness of its many ideas, even as it redeems most of its campy elements, fe...

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Review: Baahubali Continues Its Love For Grandiloquence And Magnitude

Review: Baahubali Continues Its Love For Grandiloquence And Magnitude

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Baahubali: The Conclusion is a spectacular achievement, which not only deserves its place in history but also proves filmmakers should dream big and more often, feels Sukanya Verma. When S S Rajamou...

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Review: Noor Is A Mix Of Fluffy Romance And Flimsy Drama

Review: Noor Is A Mix Of Fluffy Romance And Flimsy Drama

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When Noor engages in shallow activism for the heck of it, it rambles and drags, feels Sukanya Verma. The manic pixie dream girl has a whiny sister. I like to call her the uppity scatterbrained pinter...

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Maatr Review: Raveena Shines In A Shoddy Revenge Saga

Maatr Review: Raveena Shines In A Shoddy Revenge Saga

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In a performance marked by amazing maturity and restraint, the actress conveys the dark, brooding and internal process of recuperating from grief and finding closure.It's obvious she feels strongly a...

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Begum Jaan Review: A Vidya Balan Summer Project With A Cold, Sadistic Heart

Begum Jaan Review: A Vidya Balan Summer Project With A Cold, Sadistic Heart

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Begum Jaan makes a lot of noise, cuts a lot of throats, but sucks up to kiddie-ideas of history and revolution, feels Sreehari Nair. In Begum Jaan, Vidya Balan (playing the eponymous Begum) puffs on...

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Review: Even Vidya Balan Cannot Rescue Begum Jaan

Review: Even Vidya Balan Cannot Rescue Begum Jaan

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In its preoccupation with drama, Begum Jaan neglects to reveal its soul, feels Sukanya Verma. The truth of Partition is stained with blood and brutality. One that burnt homes, took lives and livelihoo...

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Review: A Death In The Gunj: Minor Achievement, Disappointment

Review: A Death In The Gunj: Minor Achievement, Disappointment

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Despite its many problems, A Death in the Gunj is an important work, says Sreehari Nair. It is a fact well established that a man at his angriest reveals expressions of his mother. Betray a man's trus...

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Review: Kaatru Veliyidai: A Beautiful Romance

Review: Kaatru Veliyidai: A Beautiful Romance

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Flirting, persistence and longingness comes alive in Mani Ratnam's Kaatru Veliyidai, feels Divya Nair. There are love stories and then there's romance, Mani Ratnam style. You may forget the former, b...

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Review: Laali Ki Shaadi Mein Laaddoo Deewana Is Naive

Review: Laali Ki Shaadi Mein Laaddoo Deewana Is Naive

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Laali Ki Shaadi Mein Laaddoo Deewana is insipid, terribly made, and yet a Warm Enterprise, feels Sreehari Nair. Few people in the audience knew the exact movie title. By the end, fewer even cared. I s...

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Review: Mukti Bhawan Is A Work Of Staggering Depth And Sublime Vision

Review: Mukti Bhawan Is A Work Of Staggering Depth And Sublime Vision

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Mukti Bhawan is as much about its characters embracing the inevitability of death as it is about their loved ones grappling with conflicting emotions, writes Sukanya Verma. Shubhashish Bhutiani’s ...

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