The Kashmir Files Review

Kashmir Files Review

The Kashmir Files Review : Literally need some courage to watch this. This File is opened to show some brutal and heart-wrenching facts that were either kept hidden or intentionally not discussed for these many years.

Hard-hitting, Blunt, and closest to the reality of #KashmirGenocide unlike any other movie in past.

The show was Housefull with a pin drop of silence attention.

Tabbar Review

Tabbar Review

Tabbar Review : A gripping story and accurate portrayal of characters makes this an interesting-watch. Some may feel too much stretched , some may feel good detailing of characters.

Sardar Udham Review

Sardar Udham Review : A page from the Indian struggle for independence, which is unread. Shoojit Sircar has read it so well for us, that it becomes a must-watch for the audience and the best performance for Vicky Kaushal

Soorarai Pottru Review

Soorarai Pottru

Soorarai Pottru Review : One of those rare movies which you will connect with even after going through subtitles. Perfect example of a flawless storytelling with an impactful screenplay which will keep you glued to screen with its interesting plots.
A movie which you cannot afford to miss.

Bahut Hua Samman Review

Bahut Hua Samman Review

Bahut Hua Samman Review : The unclear plot, disarranged screenplay, some discrete jokes, average acting, and below-average direction.

A small town in the background and acting-master Sanjay Mishra also could not pull this movie to make it interesting. Makers have tried too hard to make the audience laugh but they are even not able to hold the audience’s attention.

Scam 1992 Review

Scam 1992 review

Scam 1992 Review : A story of a big bull who pulled up the market to new heights and how the time came when bull’s horns were heavy for itself. 

Good acting, meaningful background songs, and cinematography to believe and feel times of the 90s make it a good watch. It may remind you of the Guru movie. 

Class of 83 Review

Class of 83

Class of 83 Review : This film is based on a book named class of 83. Production and Cinematography team have done a good job to showcase Mumbai of the early ’80s but bookish screenplay failed to create the same impact when compared to books.

The role was apt for Bobby Deol and newcomers have done a good job.

Gunjan Saxena Review

Gunjan Saxena Review

Gunjan Saxena Review : Overall a decent watch and a message much needed for Indian audiences about co-working with women. The first half has everything for which 90’s Bollywood was known for i.e cliche scenes and oversimplified storytelling. The second half makes it a decent watch.

Avrodh Review

Avrodh Review

Avrodh Review : It is based on Rahul Singh and Shiv Aroor’s book India’s Most Fearless. Series shows the story of exhaustive planning and bravery of our soldiers during surgical strikes after the Uri base camp terrorist attack. It is far nearer to reality when compared to other movies on similar topics. No Jingoism and only true love for thy nation.