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Critics Review

Welcome to the Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival’s Critics Review section, where we delve into the enchanting world of cinema with a discerning eye. Our devoted team of critics and passionate film enthusiasts is committed to offering you insightful analyses and critiques of some of the most extraordinary films. As an event that venerates the art of filmmaking and storytelling, our mission is to illuminate the creative brilliance that graces our screens, providing a profound understanding of movies that have rightfully claimed their place in the limelight.

 

Our reviews encompass a diverse array of genres and styles, mirroring the tapestry of global cinema celebrated at DPIFF. Whether you’re a filmmaker, a devoted cinephile, or merely inquisitive about the latest cinematic masterpieces, our Critics Review aspire to kindle a deeper connection to the world of cinema. We invite you to embark on a journey with us as we unravel the enchantment of storytelling through our unique perspectives.

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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

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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.

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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

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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

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