In Panga, Kangana Ranaut is an unsettled, railway ticket issuing, mother. That’s an upgrade in her career that has moved from being moll of a Gangster to Queen of honeymooning alone to occasional weapon wielding fighter. It’s all about Kangana … Continue reading Satiristic Review: Panga with Padma
Movie Review: Akshaye Khanna dazzles, Section 375 provokes #MeToo discussions Continue reading Movie Review: Akshaye Khanna dazzles, Section 375 provokes #MeToo discussions
Biographies Bollywood’s record with biographies (or attempted ones) is anything but impressive. The decent products have only come lately (Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, Mary Kom, Dirty Picture, Guru) aside one Shekhar Kapoor classic, Bandit Queen, two decades ago. In Phoolan Devi’s biopic, … Continue reading Main, Charles aur meri tanhai!