‘Tamasha’ starts out as a story about unfulfilled desires, but somehow becomes about a man violently reacting to his own life.
Category: Bollywood Reviews
Film Reviews of new and old Bollywood movies from a unique North American perspective that doesn’t accommodate the infamous melodrama.
Salman Khan’s ‘Sultan’ may be Bollywood’s first successful underdog story, despite a few glaring blemishes on the side.
‘Kriti’ is an intensely dark thriller and one of the very rare short movies from Bollywood. Read on for my Review and share your thoughts with me.
Bollywood’s ‘Rocky Handsome’ is an over performed, action film with terrible villains and a main lead who seems to phone in everything but the kick ass action. Check out my Spoiler-free Movie Review.
Randeep Hooda shines in a rare Bollywood bio-pic about a murdered in ‘Main Aur Charles’. Read on for my My Spoiler-free Movie Review and why Hooda deserves more praise than he has thus far in the industry.
The long awaited adaptation of Charles Dickens’ novel by Director Abhishek Kapoor leaves me disappointed in my Review of ‘Fitoor’.
Bollywood Sherlock Holmes ‘Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!’ gets out of its own way, allowing the audience to hit enjoy the mystery on their own, instead of having it shoved down their throats. Read on for my Spoiler-free Movie Review, and share your thoughts on this movie as well.
‘Jazbaa’, supposedly Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s come back movie, would’ve been better suited with anyone but her in the lead role. Check out my Spoiler-free Movie Review, and see how I think woud’ve been better in the role.
Movie Review: BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN (2015) – Heartwarmingly Virtuous But Never Preachy Or Self Indulgent
‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ is one of the better movies of this year, with enough laughs & emotion to be a true family entertainer. Check out the Spoiler-free Review here & share your thoughts.
‘Brothers’ is a poor remake of ‘Warrior’, stripping away everything that was unique, in favour of a more stylized Bollywood version that is unnecessarily Bollywood. Check out the Spoiler-free Review.
‘Dolly Ki Doli’ is a light hearted story about a con-bride swindling newly married husbands out of their cash. A flawed film, but short enough to still be enjoyable. Check out my Spoiler-free Review.
Kangana Ranaut as’Queen’ is a gem and the film is a rare example from Bollywood of a female led movie with a story that is universally appealing. Kangana Ranaut in one of the best performances of her career. Check out the full Spoiler-Free Review and share your thoughts.
‘Dil Dhadakne Do’ is one of the few best Bollywood family dramas that is as progressive as it is realistic.
‘Kill Dil’ is a fun Bollywood take on spaghetti Westerns that amuses, excites and is very enjoyable to watch.
‘Dawaat-E-Ishq’ fails in every possible way and breaks the streak of progressive romantic Yash Raj has been releasing.
‘Dhoom 3’ is a splintered movie that would’ve benefitted from not being part of a flawed franchise.
‘Mardaani’ may be one of the rarest examples of progression towards gender equality in Bollywood.
“The Lunchbox” is a simple story of respect and admiration that blossom into a relationship rarely featured in an Indian movie.
It’s an unexpected surprise to see Shah Rukh Khan mocking himself by satiting all his previous roles in Rohit Shetty’s CHENNAI EXPRESS.
A simple story about one flawed man and his attempt at looking at life in a different way is what ANKHON DEKHI is all about.