Critics Review

Top 10 International Film Festival in the World | Entries Open at Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival 2025

Submit Short Film | Entries Open at Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival

Top 10 International Film Festival in the World | Entries Open at Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival Mumbai, Maharashtra: Submissions Open for Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival 2025. Aspiring filmmakers from around the globe are invited to submit their compelling works for a chance to be nominated for the Best […]

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Thank You for Coming Critics Review

“Thank You for Coming” tells the story of Kanika Kapoor (played by Bhumi Pednekar), a woman living in Delhi with her mother Beena (Natasha Rastogi) and her grandmother Kishori (Dolly Ahluwalia). Kanika has faced criticism throughout her life for being raised by a single mother and for her liberal views. […]

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Mission Raniganj Critics Review

“Mission Raniganj” is a gripping rescue thriller that recounts the heroic efforts of Additional Chief Mining Engineer Jaswant Singh Gill, portrayed by Akshay Kumar, and his team as they undertake the challenging task of rescuing 65 trapped mine workers from a flooded coal mine in Raniganj, West Bengal, in 1989. […]

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The Vaccine War Critics Review

In 2020, as the novel coronavirus spread across the world, India faced the challenge of evacuating its citizens from Iran while testing them for COVID-19. However, India struggled with a shortage of testing kits, PPE, and funds. The designated team couldn’t even board their flight due to insufficient funds. Despite […]

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Fukrey 3 Critics Review

A decade has passed since the release of Fukrey, a film that chronicled the adventures and aspirations of two school buddies, Choochaa and Hunny, who yearned for a taste of college life. Their escapades roped in a quirky ensemble of characters, leading to chaotic yet humorous situations. Fast forward to […]

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The Great Indian Family Review

“The Great Indian Family,” directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya, is a thought-provoking film that revisits the theme of unity in diversity, originally explored by director Yash Chopra in films like “Dhool Ka Phool” and “Dharmputra.” The movie introduces us to Ved Vyas Tripathi, portrayed by Vicky Kaushal, the son of […]

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Kareena kapoor’s Jaane Jaan Critics Review

The story unfolds on Netflix and revolves around a single mother and her 13-year-old daughter, both drawn into a dangerous cover-up operation and a police investigation that seems to hit a dead end. With a tightly woven script, sharp dialogues by Ghosh and Raj Vasant, top-notch acting, and a keen […]

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Bambai Meri Jaan Review

Gangster dramas pose a challenging genre to master. The task is to narrate the tale of individuals consumed by power and control, ruthless in their pursuits, responsible for numerous casualties, and disruptors of law and order. These characters are humanized, yet one must exercise caution not to glorify them. Navigating […]

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Shahrukh Khan’s Jawan Critics Review

Prepare to be mesmerized by the sheer cinematic brilliance of this film. From the very start, it grips you and sends shivers down your spine, especially with the unforgettable entrance of Shahrukh Khan. The movie delves deep into the harrowing issues of corruption plaguing the nation. It leaves no stone […]

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