Indu Sarkar movie review

Indu Sarkar doesn’t break fresh ground, even as it does bring alive some of the most disturbing aspects of the time. And we relive it, even as we cringe at the heavy melodrama, and the over-simplification of many of the issues the film raises. So, Indu Sarkar is a predictable, black and white drama. It does nothing for us, despite sincere efforts from Kirti Kulhari and Neil Nitin Mukesh.

Times Of India — 3.0

NDTV — 2.0

Indian Express — 2.0


Mubarakan movie review

Mubarakan is a comedy that revolves around two weddings and a whole lot of confusion. The songs are superfluous with a particularly ill-timed ballad. The writers treat D’Cruz better giving her some spine and more screen time too. Arjun Kapoor is serviceable, although easily outshined by his Chacha on the comic timing front. You can give this one a miss.

NDTV — 2.0

Indian Express — 1.5

Hindustan Times — 2.5

Times Of India — 3.0

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets movie review

Inspired by a French science fiction comic series that has been around since 1967 Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is great effort from director Luc Besson. Besson is one of the few living directors with both the ambition and the ability to establish his own rival universe. A wildly ambitious space opera, but also a self-indulgent narrative morass. Sometimes, it seems, creativity can benefit from a few limitations. If you want to watch something this week for this one.

Times of India — 3.5

Indian Express — 2.5

Hindustan Times — 1


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