Compare Ganpat Bhonsle to Dr. Siras from ‘Aligarh’, and you’ll see how differently, how beautifully the actor plays the two men, who are similar in age.
This 8-episode series doesn’t want to be too sleazy, but what does one do with this sermon?
Bajpayee aces the art of suppression again. Bhonsle wears a pent-up look, but also a wariness about his own impending explosion
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.
For a narrative inspired by director Anvita Dutt’s affection for words, perhaps it’s both ironic and fitting that Bulbbul wears the distinct visual aura of a dreamer
The messaging overpowers the storytelling, which deflates the grip of the film
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
Rajat Kapoor’s film is perhaps less about the moral questions than it lets on, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t fun
Jimmy Sheirgill, in this 12 part courtroom-drama, plays a judge who wants to climb up the ladder, and a father whose son makes that dream more distant
The plot is too thin and beyond the first hour, the antics of these hordes of men in pursuit of a young girl start to wear thin
The film is rife with symbols, ripe for readings. But when the plot kicks in, it goes all over the place.
This Netflix anthology on YouTube is an immersive mood-piece archiving this lonely moment in history, but that’s about it