Nadaan Parindey Ghar Aaja TV review: Gripping, entertaining , mysterious and definitely worth watching!
It is a tale of love, betrayal, patriotism and loyalty near the borders of India
Naan Sigappu Manithan movie review: Vishal Krishna keeps you hooked!
Directed by Thiru, Naan Sigappu Manithan has Vishal Krishna, Lakshmi Menon, Iniya, Jagan, Sunder Ramu, Jayaprakash and Saranya Ponvannan in central roles
In Thiru’s Naan Sigappu Manithan (NSM), neither do you have a hero to cheer for (because he’s asleep mostly as he suffers from a rare sleep disorder) nor a typical villain character. You don’t have a comedian and comedy tracks to keep you entertained. You have a second heroine but she doesn’t the play the hero’s love interest. Yet what is it that makes this commercial Tamil outing a laudable effort? Click here to read more
Divergent movie review: No plot, but brilliantly executed and entertaining
From the director of evocative films like Limitless and The Illusionist, Divergent is a high-concept film that’s brilliantly executed and entertaining
However, it offers nothing exceptional in terms of its plot, which would set it apart from other films of the genre. Click here to read more
Oculus movie review: Well-crafted and intriguing
Like its literal meaning, Oculus is an ‘eye-opener’. It is an intriguing and a deceptive film, fitting more into the psychological thriller than the horror genre that it is touted to be
While there are flashes of horror tropes that include a new home, a nuclear family, paranormal activities and a menacing force that induces violence, “Oculus” is a spine-chiller that psyches your mind with reflections of the past shrouding the present. Click here to read more
Bhoothnath Returns movie review: Vote for Amitabh Bachchan’s return in ‘spirited’ avatar!
While the big daddy of Bollywood puts a gentle smile across your face as a magnanimous ghost, it’s the effortlessly delicious performance of young Parth Bhalerao that steals your collective hearts-as indeed it steals the thunder of Big B and as well as the show!
One walks into the theatre to watch Bhoothnath Returns with a lofty promise thanks to the presence of the major draw of the movie-Amitabh Bachchan! But barely have you rested your posterior and have started warming up the seat, then you realise that the real star of the show is somebody else-someone who is at least six decades younger to the big daddy of Bollywood and less than half the size of Mr Bachchan’s larger than life tall frame. Click here to read more