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Bhonsle review

Devashish Makhija’s third feature Bhonsle (2020), opens with highly contrasting images; as the Ganesh Chaturthi idols are being decked up in finery, the protagonist, who is in his sixties, Bhonsle (Manoj Bajpayee), methodically and neatly removes layers and items of… Continue Reading

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Da 5 Bloods – Dirt and Gold

Da 5 Bloods (2020) is Spike Lee’s new Netflix produced film covering the return of four African-American soldiers to the body of their squad leader and a deposit of gold they had buried in the Vietnam War. It was released… Continue Reading

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Aarya review

Aarya (2020) is an Indian crime drama web television series co-created by Ram Madhvani and Sandeep Modi based on the Dutch drama series Penoza by Pieter Bart Korthuis and as of now both the series have same ratings over IMDB which is 8.3. The series revolves around Aarya,… Continue Reading

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Da 5 Bloods review

Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods (2020) came out amid the heated worldwide debate and sweeping protests that followed the brutal and cold-blooded murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25, 2020. While director Spike Lee has not planned for… Continue Reading

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Sushant Singh Rajput – A True Performer

We all love the world of cinema and the people who are part of it. The magical and complex world of cinema is full of inspiring and struggled stories. One such inspiring journey was of one of the most elegant… Continue Reading

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Paatal Lok review

So finally, we are in the era where OTT is the new game, it is not only changing and getting popular by providing its viewers a whole new home-based experience but if we see the other side it is giving… Continue Reading

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Gulabo Sitabo review

In the past nine years, Sujit Sircar and Juhi Chaturvedi have collaborated on many films. Most of their stories and movies are about the reflection of culture and communities from an everyday life perspective, and Gulabo Sitabo (2020) is not… Continue Reading

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Revisiting Shutu from ‘A Death in the Gunj’

The very title of Konkana Sensharma’s directorial debut A Death in the Gunj (2017) implies that someone will die. An instant reminder would be Christi Puiu’s The Death of Mr. Lazarescu (2005), but not as explicit as to directly let… Continue Reading

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