Past Reviews
  • Hindi Movie Review - Table No 21

    By Taran Adarsh (Spcl to IPM)

    Films like KAHAANI, TALAASH, also most films helmed by Abbas-Mustan had this uncharacteristic quality of keeping the spectator on tenterhooks till the last frame. » read more
  • Makkhi
    A good movie always brings my spirits up. However, movies (for that matter any movie) with ribald humor, sexual innuendo and biased treatment of women not only revolts me but saddens me immensely » read more
  • Barfi
    Barfi? Barfi! is going to be the Indian entry for the Foreign Language Film Oscar this year? A movie picked out of a shortlist that included Paan Singh Tomar, Dirty Picture, Kahaani, Deool, Eega, Vazhakku Enn 18/9 and Akasathinte Niram? » read more
  • English Vinglish Movie Review
    A splendid comeback for Sridevi! Unlike other co-stars who chose either glamorous (Madhuri, Karishma), or dark (Manisha Koirala, Juhi Chawla) roles, Sridevi chose to relaunch » read more
  • Cocktail Movie Review
    Cocktail, a mixture of emotions and values, leaves audience disappointed with?regressive message » read more
  • Eega Movie Review
    Eega, A Brilliant Exception To The South Indian Pot Boilers. It?s been a while since I?ve seen a Telugu movie, although not because I hate my native tongue or because I don?t enjoy Telugu films. ?I do. » read more
  • Arjun - The Warrior Prince
    I genuinely feel that Ramayana and Mahabharata are most fascinating and spellbinding stories. These epics are simply perfect, unique and beyond compare. » read more
  • A look at the first-day box office collections of Agneepath
    In the race of box office supremacy, it seems Hrithik Roshan has raced ahead of the Khans and emerged winner. His Agneepath, which released on Republic Day, has managed to rake in Rs 25 crores at the box office on the opening day. » read more
    From real life sagas to sci-fi and experimental to sentimental dramas - Bollywood's potpourri of hits offered a wide range of themes. Films like "No One Killed Jessica", "Ra.One" and " Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara" not only satiated the moviegoer's appetite but also yielded profits for the Hindi film industry. » read more
  • Rock Star Movie Review
    Rock based movies are revered and admired in Hollywood, but Bollywood hasn't been too kind to this genre. Vipul Shah's LONDON DREAMS failed to cut ice, despite the presence of top notch names, » read more