In the last two years, Bollywood has said plenty on the nepotism debate. When will it finally act?
No, 'Raazi', 'October', 'Andhadhun' were not ‘great cinema’: How 2018 proved we need better film journalism before better films
If we want good cinema, its watchdogs must fearlessly call out shoddy scripts and bad acting. However, if they're chasing stars for interviews, film critics will be the first to praise their mediocrity.
Oye Lucky, Lucky Oye: On the anniversary of the cult film, how a Delhi thief became the Indian Jay Gatsby
It is Lucky, a man who only wanted what we’re all conditioned to want, who is labelled a dangerous criminal in the same league as murderers.
Any revolutionary movement that challenges the status quo generally faces the burden of addressing many factors within it that make it less 'palatable' to those in power.
Throughout its 10 seasons, the popular sitcom is littered with instances of problematic, judgemental behaviour by its characters.
Planning, preparation, and strategy are more important and it is high time they pick up the slack in these departments.
The film is riddled with needless plot devices and nonsensical contrivances any time one sequence needs to lead to another and take the story forward.
The Netflix-original series breaks new ground for Indian TV, but doesn't quite put it on par with the world.
Bollywood confuses the talent of writers, musicians and make-up artists as that of the actors alone.