The writing is refreshingly perceptive; it pragmatically portrays how the current generation is finding our feet in the relationship arena.
This film can also be seen as a take-down of the superficial romances we get, in which the sun shines bright and rainbows flash forever.
The whole film has the quality of an old TV serial, and though it starts off with an interesting premise, it goes in several directions and stops bein
The movie aims on its audience to enter an African-American woman's home and psyche to get to know why she thinks her life as a single mother has
'Evening Shadows' wants us to believe that promiscuity is not a rule, in the gay community.
Despite being a well crafted adaptation of Amin Bhat's play 'Phone No. 786', some moments seem forced in the narrative.
Life is a snatched luxury in the world of Ritesh Batra — packed off in misplaced lunchboxes, passed around in instant photo prints.
It’s a heist thriller and a survival drama rolled into one.
Farmer’s issues, check; NEET, check; corruption, check; social media influence, check.
Milan Talkies is a fascinating study of how Hindi cinema impacts and influences smalltown lives, done with dollops of brusque humour and tongue-in-ch
Long before he became the face of the Singam franchise, Suriya kickstarted Gautham Menon’s police trilogy with Kaakha Kaakha.
The story revolves around a mother-son relationship, something that has often been explored.