The Ali Fazal-Shweta Tripathi Sharma-Pankaj Tripathi starrer tries to do justice to too many characters and subplots but it’s hard to take your eyes off it.
While MS Bhaskar delivers a touching performance in ‘Avarum Naanum/Avalum Naanum’, ‘Miracle’ is the most natural movie in this hit-and-miss anthology streaming on Amazon Prime.
The Zakariya-directed Malayalam movie, now streaming on Amazon Prime Video, has a novel theme but bites off more than it can chew.
Darshana talks about shooting the film during the COVID-19 pandemic, working with Fahadh and Roshan Mathew, and her future projects.
This gritty survival tale, streaming on Amazon Prime Video, has smart writing and great performances.
Gregory's Ashokan seems influenced by Sreenivasan’s famous characters but has none of their quirks or charms.
The Alia Bhatt, Sanjay Dutt, Aditya Roy Kapur-starrer is a catastrophic mess riddled with potholes.
The film glosses past the moral and legal fallacies of police excesses and exonerates itself by putting the blame squarely onto the 'system'
Radhika Apte and Nawazuddin Siddiqui are predictably outstanding but the film never quite accomplishes the ambitions it set out to achieve.
The film gives Kemmu his first meaty role since 2013's ‘Go Goa Gone’.