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Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3 - Review by Manisha Lakhe

In this third edition of Tigmanshu Dhulia's family conspiracy drama. The trouble is, the story is fine on paper, it's the sleazy execution that makes the film unpalatable. Saheb is in jail and the Biwi plays politics at home and outside. The Gangster...



Dhadak - Review by Manisha Lakhe

A vanilla remake of the hard-hitting Marathi film Sairat, Dhadak is just an overly long story about a runaway couple. While Sairat was raw and gritty, the caste divide between the lovers very obvious and cruel, here it gets a makeover. The first half...



Soorma - Review by Manisha Lakhe

Sandeep Singh struggles to get himself a place in the Indian team, and just when he's making a name for himself as an International hockey player, a gunshot paralyses him. His rehabilitation comprises hard work and comes back to the field and becomes...



Sanju - Review by Manisha Lakhe

Let's get one thing straight: This is a work of fiction masquerading as a biopic. And Rajkumar Hirani may have violins standing by to manipulate emotions, and he has Ranbir Kapoor mimicking Sanjay Dutt's mannerisms, but the movie remains a vanilla ve...



Race 3 - Review by Manisha Lakhe

If you've seen Race movies, then you will know that everyone double crosses everyone else in really tacky disco, hotel settings. Everyone drives really expensive cars that are shown in wild car chases and expensive cars are blown up without impunity....



Kaala - Review by Manisha Lakhe

Kaala Kalikaran is the uncrowned king of Dharavi. His intervention keeps the poor people of the shantytown together. He rules with a twirl of his moustache and a smile that lights up his snowy beard. But the builders try hard to empty the 'dirty' eye...



Veere Di Wedding - Review by Manisha Lakhe

Four friends come together as grown ups when one of them, Kalindi, decides to get married. The couple thinks it will be a small, intimate do, but it turns out to be a great Indian over the top shindig. The friends find their troubles magnified under ...



Bhavesh Joshi Super Hero - Review by Manisha Lakhe

A young man dedicated to righting the wrongs of the world around him stumbles into something sinister and way beyond his masked paperbag avatar of 'Insaaf TV' on social media. Bhavesh Joshi tries to handle the big bad world of baddies and is outnumbe...



Phamous - Review by Manisha Lakhe

This movie about guns and baddies is so slow you could answer all your pending emails and the story would not have moved an inch. A local politician and a local baddie rule a small town with guns. The politician lusts after the wife of a local chap. ...



Bioscopewala - Review by Manisha Lakhe

Based on a wonderful story 'Kabuliwala' by Rabindranath Tagore, this story turns a dry-fruit vendor into a Bioscopewala, and Minnie and her dad into this modern dysfunctional family. It is not just a stretch but the whole film is about Minnie redisco...



Parmanu - Review by Manisha Lakhe

With American satellites keeping a constant eye on Pokhran, India's Nuclear site for years (India had conducted the first 'peaceful' nuclear explosion in 1974), there was no way they world was going to allow India to join the nuclear nations. So a ci...



Khajoor Pe Atke - Review by Manisha Lakhe

A copy of the Marathi film Ventilator, Khajoor Pe Atke exaggerates in every possible way bringing down what could have been a wonderful situational dark comedy to something unsavory. A brother is about to die, and the family gathers around to 'be the...



Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain - Review by Manisha Lakhe

A lovely story about love, duty, everyday life set in Benaras. A grouchy, crotchety man who does his duty by his wife and daughter announces that he has arranged for his daughter to be married off. The daughter rebels and questions her dad: do you ev...



Raazi - Review by Manisha Lakhe

How do you make a patriotic film without any bombastic dialog and still manage to move the most cynical filmgoer to tears? Raazi is one of the finest films to come out of Bollywood. It is the story about a young Kashmiri girl who marries into a Pakis...



Hope Aur Hum - Review by Manisha Lakhe

Everything old is eventually replaced by something new, and it's best to adapt. Whether it is an ancient photocopier or a big old house. This is a lesson that this small feel-good family film that has the heart in its right place brings on the big sc...




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