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  • Ajeeb Daastaans

    ★★★½

  • Mumbai Saga

    ★★½

  • The Girl on the Train

  • Silence... Can You Hear It?

    ★★½

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  • Ajeeb Daastaans

    Ajeeb Daastaans

    ★★★½

    Four short stories reveal the surprising ways in which unexpected catalysts inflame the uncomfortable emotions simmering in fractured relationships.

    Cinema has changed with new times, for which a lot of credit goes to the filmmaker who is ready to bring out the stories that needed to be shown. Due to the OTT platform, many filmmakers can be more active and creative in showing their art than we have seen in recent times. The anthology is adopted by many filmmakers who…

  • Mumbai Saga

    Mumbai Saga

    ★★½

    After his brother is almost killed by goons, Amartya Rao enters the underworld and becomes an influential don. However, he must also deal with other gangsters and a bloodthirsty policeman.

    Sanjay Gupta and Robin Bhatt’s screenplay is entertaining to a large extent. The film starts with a bang and engrosses the audience from the word go. The action scenes are power-packed and will be loved by the masses. The drama is engaging as there’s always something happening on the screen…

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  • Spencer

    Spencer

    ★★★★½

    During her Christmas holidays with the royal family at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk, England, Diana Spencer, struggling with mental health problems, decides to end her decade-long marriage to Prince Charles.

    Very different to the usual biographical narratives and a far cry from the formal tone of Netflix’s glossy series The Crown, this is a daring arthouse exercise in loneliness as Larraín isolates his suffering protagonist from the friends and foes around her. Imprisoned in the lavish high-ceilinged surroundings, we…

  • King Richard

    King Richard

    ★★★★½

    A look at how tennis superstars Venus and Serena Williams became who they are after the coaching from their father Richard Williams.

    What could have been a very generic story about how the Williams sisters became the superstars that they are, is instead played as an emotional family drama and a tribute to the parents who helped shape them into becoming two of the greatest tennis stars have ever played the game. Green gives plenty of time for the family…