Manasi has written 6 reviews for films rated ★★★★ .

  • '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.

  • 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🥵

  • Shershaah



    I'm just speechless.
    This movie has been in the making for 6years, and all the dedication and hardwork put in by people shows. Based on the life of PVC Captain Vikram Batra, Shershaah follows his story from the locales of Palampur to his contribution in the Kargil War.
    The cinematography is amazing. Shot in Kargil, the war scenes look authentic and take viewers right in the middle of the action. The writing could've been a bit better as some of…

  • Mere Brother Ki Dulhan

    Mere Brother Ki Dulhan


    Will never not enjoy this movie. Idk can we please bring back the romcoms, Bollywood?
    One of the best soundtracks ever.

    Dimple Dixit my iconique qween.

  • Loki



    The first 5 episodes were straight up amazing with a balance of all elements and emotions, but the finale just felt draggy and underwhelming. Became kinda anti-climactic after all the high power action in the previous episodes.
    The visuals and the score are too good across all episodes. The intro in the finale with all voiceovers made me kaafi emotional.

    Loki as a character was great, but Tom's acting felt off in parts. Best performances of the show were undoubtedly…

  • Kaminey



    Kaminey if a claffic. Each perfon affofiated haf delivered and how!

    Be it Shahid Kapur as both Guddu and Charlie, Priyanka Chopra as a Marathi mulgi (her command over the language really surprised me), Amol Gupte as a Thackeray-esque politician or the various side characters who had their own stories to tell - each actor performs exceptionally well and has delivered a powerful act.
    Certain parts in the middle were confusing, and the climax was a bit messy - but…