Movie Review: Badla with a Big B

Should you watch the new Bachchan flick Badla in amovie hall this weekend or just buy Netflix’s monthly subscription and watch the Spanish original flick, The Invisible Guest, there? Continue reading Movie Review: Badla with a Big B

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Movie Review: Laughter & tear, Badhaai Ho, you got best Bollywood movie of the year

At the heart of it, Badhaai Ho, has a strong underlying message that no matter how big a mess you have landed into, if you have a strong family support system, everything will work out well. In separate scenes, when … Continue reading Movie Review: Laughter & tear, Badhaai Ho, you got best Bollywood movie of the year

Movie Review: A flawed ‘Mulk’ has its heart in the right place

Generalization and divisiveness are centuries old global trends. If I commit a mass crime here, Singapore papers will report it as ‘Indian Banker does …’ .. that’s two generalizations; and it’s fair. But I would expect both, Indians and bankers, … Continue reading Movie Review: A flawed ‘Mulk’ has its heart in the right place

Movie Review: Sanju – Average film with lame defense for a ‘king of bad choices’

You can now expect a Salman Khan biopic soon. Where Somy Ali, a husband beater, hires a black buck to kill Sallu. The black buck injures Sallu badly. Sohail Khan then takes him wounded to the hospital on a vegetable … Continue reading Movie Review: Sanju – Average film with lame defense for a ‘king of bad choices’