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  • Sye Ra Narasimha Reddy
    "Sye Ra is one such movie that recalls the story of this glorious freedom fighter that rallied together all forces - farmers, rulers and religions - to fight the British, but is sadly underrated in the annals of Indian history simply because he belonged to the South."
    By Meena Yeggina
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  • PM Narendra Modi
    VIVEK OBEROI HAMS HIS WAY THROUGH AN UNWITTINGLY FARCICAL, COMICAL HAGIOGRAPHY
    By Anna MM Vetticad
    Special to India Parent Magazine
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  • De De Pyaar De
    In the opening scene of De De Pyaar De (Give Me Love), a man throws a bachelor party for a friend. Enter: a stripper. Just as she is giving the groom a lap dance, enter: the bride. "Which man in the world will turn down a stripper at his own bachelor party?" says more than one character in defence of the fellow when the angry woman confronts him. He is projected as a hapless chap following his natural instincts, she as a humourless, unreasonable, screeching banshee.

    The stripper gets drunk and ends up spending the night at the host's house.
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  • Kesari
    There are many missteps in the controversial war movie. But there is still one reason I would thank Akshay Kumar for Kesari.
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  • Captain Marvel
    Several films tout themselves as bastions of feminism, when in truth they are edifices of male-desires covered in a veneer of "feminist values." Captain Marvel goes above and beyond the stereotype of feminism by just being
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  • Andha Dhun (Hindi)
    Tabu-Radhika-Ayushmann rock, and Sriram Raghavan is a superstar. By Anna MM Vetticad. Special to India Parent Magazine
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  • Devdas
    A HUMBLE MOVIE THAT GRABS YOUR ATTENTION AND BRINGS A SWEET SMILE ON YOUR LIPS!
    by Meena Yeggina
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  • Race 3
    The movie's hypocrisy, lack of cohesion and confounding storytelling make it a comedy, at best. You actually enjoy laughing at its vapid, pea-brained and moronic presentation!
    By Sindhu Ravuri
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  • Mahanati
    A MOVIE THAT PERSUADED MOMS, MOMS-IN-LAW, DADS AND DADS-IN-LAW BACK TO THE THEATER
    by Meena Yeggina
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  • Bharat Ane Nenu
    A movie of men, for men and by men yet you come out inspired and positive.
    By Meena Yeggina
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  • My thoughts on Padmaavat
    By Rishi Ravuri
    Padmaavat divides us at a time when we need to be most united.
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  • Stronger (English)
    Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Tatiana Maslany, Miranda Richardson, Clancy Brown
    Direction: David Gordon Green, Music: Michael Brook
    Only when we realize and accept that we are weak and broken can we then become strong and whole. Stronger, directed by David Green, is an inspirational film cataloguing the journey of Boston Marathon Bombing survivor Jeff Bauman (Jake Gyllenhaal) after losing both his legs below the knee.
    By Rishi Ravuri
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  • SIMRAN (Hindi)
    Starring: Kangana Ranaut, Sohum Shah. Direction: Hansal Mehta. Music: Sachin and Jigar
    By Meena Yeggina
    Kangana Ranaut as Praful Patel brings both life and poignancy to Sandeep Kaur real life drama with a stupendous performance...
    By Meena Yeggina
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  • Spyder (Telugu)
    Glorification of snooping on unassuming common man is the essence of Spyder
    Coming from one of the calm and seemingly trend-setting heroes of Indian cinema today, Maheshbabu's Spyder is a movie I had some expectations of, no not of style and slickness which come in abundance, but of some shining social values, negligent stereotyping and gender discrimination.
    By Meena Yeggina
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  • Arjun Reddy (Telugu)
    Starring: Vijay Devarakonda, Shalini Pandey, Kanchana, Rahul Ramkrishna
    I was kind of pushed into watching it after reading the "glowing" reviews by major newspapers. In addition, compliments bestowed generously by some top-notch directors influenced me.
    By Meena Yeggina
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  • Wonder Women (English)
    Starring: Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Robin Wright. Director: Patty Jenkins
    Wonder Woman, just like the titular character, was powerful and wild yet simultaneously refined film. The film's portrayal of Wonder Woman/Diana Prince, played by brilliant actress Gal Gadot, was novel in its portrayal of classically male or masculine traits such as strength, defiance, and stubbornness as being positive and desired characteristics in a woman.
    By Rishi Ravuri
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  • Bahubali 2: The Conclusion
    Bahubali 2: The Conclusion, is yet another gigantic creation by SS Rajamouli, being hailed as the magnum opus and pride of the Indian cinema.
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  • Rangoon Movie review
    Outstanding performance by Kangana and solid background story. However lacks emotional depth!
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  • Jolly LLB 2
    AKSHAY KUMAR (JAGDISHWAR MISHRA), A SLIGHTLY UNSCRUPULOUS ATTORNEY IS AWAKENED TO HIS SENSE OF JUSTICE WITH THE SUICIDE OF A YOUNG PREGNANT MUSLIM WOMAN.
    by Meena Yeggina
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  • Kanche
    Kanche Is Inclusive And Tender In Its Deployment
    Starring: Varun Tej, Pragya Jaiswal, Nikitin Dheer, Sowcar Janaki, Gollapudi Maruthirao, Singeetham Sreenivasa Rao
    Music: Chirantan Bhatt, Lyrics: Sirivennela Seetharamasastry, Direction: Krish
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