Watch it only to see Emraan Hashmi grace the big screen once again. Keep your expectations low so you don’t feel cheated.
Anupam Kher’s intuitive portayal of the former Prime Minister notwithstanding, the movie is a telltale jumble of political narratives designed to influence the masses.
Sara Ali Khan’s crackling debut and the flawless cinematography make this a bearable watch.
Your home can be a potential deathtrap for your toddler, if they’re left alone – Pihu tells you how.
Possibly the biggest cinematic blunder Rajkummar Rao may have committed.
Skip this film and go take an actual trip to Banaras. It’ll take you to heaven sooner.
This Ayushmann and Tabu starrer will surely tickle your brain cells like few Bollywood noir thrillers have.
Promises some heavy-duty storytelling, but mostly feels like it is running out of power.
Centenarian Dattatreya Vakharia plans to send his pessimistic, old-fashioned 75 year-old son to an old age home so he can achieve a record of being the oldest living person on earth. Does he succeed?
A slice-of-life film that touches your heart without making much noise.