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Ludo review: Rare combination of dark, criminal and happy

★★★ When you delve into Anurag Basu's cinema, one of the basic prerequisites is to push your imaginative horizons and gear up. With Ludo, this...

Dash & Lily review: Forgetful Christmas romance

★★ Almost every element in Netflix's Dash & Lily will give you Déjà vu. That is how replaceable the plot is. Vibrant use of colours...

Laxmii review: Promising premise but dreadful outcome

★ Laxmii is a well-intentioned Akshay Kumar film that superficially tries to tackle the stigma against the trans community and highlight their plight. But alas,...

Paranormal review: Sufficiently spooky one-time watch

★★★ Netflix has made a glimpse into other cultures much more accessible to mainstream audiences. Paranormal is the first Egyptian Netflix Original series that is...

Love & Anarchy review: Reinstates beliefs meant to be broken

★★★ Swedish series Love & Anarchy, built on the premise to counter capitalistic beliefs, ends up getting counterattacked by poor and repetitive writing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97VS9HaEwY8 Story Netflix's second Scandinavian...

His House review: A plaintive reinvention of the haunted house genre

★★★★ Jordan Peele’s 2017 debut feature, Get Out, proved that socially-conscious horror films could be a universally liked thrilling watch, that leaves you with some...

A Suitable Boy review: An unmissable treat that endures

★★★★ With Brahmpur's receding skyline getting murkier with each passing episode, as the flames of bloodshed mar a fragmented country, Mira Nair's iteration paints a kaleidoscopic vision...

The Queen’s Gambit review: Anya Taylor-Joy narrowly prevents a checkmate

★★★ From the writer of the excellent Logan (2017) and the awful Wolverine (2013), comes a limited series that falls somewhere in the middle. Scott...

Mirzapur season 2 review: Predictable yet engaging revenge saga

★★★★ Mirzapur season 2 highlights all the narratives that might have missed your eye in season 1, but also goes a tad too predictable for...

Comedy Couple review: Shweta Basu Prasad shines in ZEE5’s otherwise bland rom-com

★★★ In this very unique story surrounding Stand-up, Comedy Couple makes an unsuccessful yet sincere effort at attracting engagement. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6-H3X-p-D8 Story ZEE5's latest offering, Comedy Couple is...

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