The film keeps giving us “touches”. What it doesn’t give us is a sense of the “madness” in this love, which makes it very hard to feel for these lovers.
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Nischala Mamillapalle revisits her childhood favourites that streamed on television, films that never fit into predetermined genre-based slots, but were loved and owned in many, many homes.
The actress speaks about Sufiyum Sujathayum, being a Mani Ratnam heroine, and more.
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The film feels like an anecdote stretched into a novel. By the end, the loose plot does come together, but it doesn’t feel like it’s been worth this kind of build-up.
By framing most of the film as a sympathetic relationship between a wounded pilot and his conflicted enemy, 7500 ends up locating the emotional complexities of Stockholm Syndrome within German airspace
I felt very sorry for Keerthy Suresh, who’s stuck with a character whose motivations — at any given point — are: “Er, uh, it says so in the script.”
The director talks about finding the right women to play the 95-year-old Begum and the fiery Guddo, and what his favourite scenes with them are
When you reach the end and go back, you realise that the clues were always there, says the writer
Greed drives all the characters of Shoojit Sircar’s film, starring Amitabh Bachchan and Ayushmann Khurrana
Shoojit Sircar’s Gulabo Sitabo, starring Amitabh Bachchan and Ayushmann Khurrana, leaves you with a smile and an ache. And that’s a rare combination.