• Badhaai Do

    Badhaai Do


    Finally managed to gather my thoughts together :)

    yes, elkdtal and shubh mangal zyada savdhaan did start the conversation, but it is badhaai do which takes it completely out of the park, and in a 'normal' manner
    Rajkummar's comic timing, the dialogues, the setting, the ensemble, the sheer number of topics touched without putting it in the audiences face or 'preaching' about things....Badhaai Do is oh so remarkble!
    Special mention to Gulshan Devaiah, his cameo just completely blew me away…

  • Jhimma


    so simple yet soo heartwarming

  • Meenakshi Sundareshwar

    Meenakshi Sundareshwar

    Watched it for the visuals🥲

  • Gehraiyaan



    The parts with Deepika and Naseer Shah were hands down the highlight of the movie

  • tick, tick...BOOM!

    tick, tick...BOOM!


    Hoping onto the Andrew Garfield for Oscars campaign

  • The Hating Game

    The Hating Game

    The book was better ...
    ...but the movie wasn't half bad either

  • 83



    Can easily be called the (Indian) Cricket version of Spiderman:NoWayHome - people cheering, clapping, staying till the literal end of credits.
    I had absolutely zero expectations after the trailer and (lack of) marketing, but am so glad that I decided to watch this!
    I cried towards the end I think

    Each and every member of the cast was phenomenal in their roles and as a cricket fan, it was an absolutely amazing experience watching this on the big screen.

    I still don't agree with the way few of the things were represented (read: PMO and army for one) but okay.

  • Atrangi Re

    Atrangi Re


    I liked the movie. Dhanush is phenomenal, as always, and his monologue in Tamil in a Bollywood movie really feels a welcome change. ARR's music elevates the experience to a whole new level - literally zero skips in the album. Sara (minus her accent) also gave a good performance, something I didn't expect after LAK2.

    However, I'm not really sure for how long we can excuse Bollywood's half-ass attempts in including mental health and LGBTQ representation by saying "well atleast…

  • Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui

    Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui


    Really liked how they dealt with the LGBTQ aspect, and Vaani shines through and through in her performance.

    But while I can appreciate the efforts to bring awareness, the movie as a whole falls flat. Unnecessary songs, Unnecessary Punjabi accents and stereotypes. Cant believe how bad Ayushmann was in this
    Even with a runtime of barely 2hrs, this movie feels too stretched.

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home


    Expect disappointment and you'll never be disappointed

    Is usually my mantra for Spiderman movies, but HOLY SHIT this one!!

    The way the whole theatre at a 7am show erupted in screams when Andrew Garfield came on screen, a truly unmatched theatre experience 👌

    All the performances were just so great! I laughed, I cried, I hooted - this movie is honestly a definition for fan service.

  • The Amazing Spider-Man 2

    The Amazing Spider-Man 2


    The story and the performances are inversely proportional to each other

  • The Amazing Spider-Man

    The Amazing Spider-Man


    Can't believe it took me this long for a first watch and can I just say Andrew Garfield🥵