Be Selfish and Allow Us to Watch Race 3 For You

Be Selfish and Allow Us to Watch Race 3 For You

Woo hoo, and Salman Khan is back in his full glory, with Race 3, sleepwalking, loaded with laid back charm for his loyal fans. Fighting without purpose, charming the women, sticking up for his family, supporting the bro, smirking and frowning his way through. Can we...
What Would Manto Say? wonders Nandita Das

What Would Manto Say? wonders Nandita Das

She quietly defied molds with expert performances in Fire (1996), Earth (1998), Kannathil Muthamittal (2002), Azhagi (2002), Kamli (2006), Before The Rains (2007) and Ramchand Pakistani (2008). Her directorial debut Firaaq (2008),  which she co-wrote with Shuchi...
Veere di Wedding: Of Filter-Free Rollicking and Fabulous Veeres

Veere di Wedding: Of Filter-Free Rollicking and Fabulous Veeres

Veere Di Wedding (VDW) was worth every micro-second of the long wait if we go by famous words uttered by the ever-articulate Swara Bhasker: “It has taken 105 years for mainstream Bollywood to make a film about four girlfriends and none of them are falling in love with...
Raazi: Spy on me

Raazi: Spy on me

“Trust your instinct. It won’t fail you,” Khalid Mir tells Sehmat Khan, a college girl, as he prepares her for an exceptional journey she is about to take. The sound suggestion comes after training her for just a month. Her assignment? To spy on her husband’s...
The Unspoken Code of Honor

The Unspoken Code of Honor

Red is for the dark of reality. White and blue make up the bright of dreams. Honor (2018), a short film about forced marriages, packs a punch in under six minutes. It is effective storytelling at its best. Skillfully juxtaposed shots from just four scenes convey the...