Aditya Shrikrishna

'Trapped' Review:  35th Floor, one High Rise, one Rajkummar Rao. one Brilliant Film

Trapped is also about the very little time it takes for a perfectly civilized person to turn barbaric, all for survival.

18 Mar 2017

'Machine' Review: Time Machine to an era of insufferable films

A bundle of clichés would have made a better film.

17 Mar 2017

'Badrinath Ki Dulhania' Review:  Interesting, Flawed Attempt to Emasculate the 90s Hero

Shashank Khaitan has made a spiritual sequel to Humpty Sharma, solidifying the Dulhania franchise.

10 Mar 2017

'Commando 2 -The Black Money Trail' Review: Demonetization becomes pop culture in poor excuse for a film

The film cannot stop singing paeans to this government and at one point even name drops swachh Bharat in casual conversation

03 Mar 2017

Running Shaadi Review

The film has a first half that resembles a highlights package. It works in patches.

18 Feb 2017

Irada Review: A haphazardly put together incoherent film

Singh's film concerns itself about the issue so much that there's only information thrown at you from different quarters .

17 Feb 2017

Jolly LLB 2 movie review: Politics in the right places

In Jolly LLB 2, very real problems are dealt with in purest cinematic terms.

10 Feb 2017

Kung Fu Yoga Review: This film sings paeans of everything ancient and Indian

Nobody actually performs yoga but characters accomplish something crazy using their bodies and give credit to yoga.

04 Feb 2017

'Raees' review: An immersive SRK entertainer

Set in the late 80s and early 90s and inspired from true events, Raees is a fictionalised story of the rise and fall of a gangster.

26 Jan 2017

'Kaabil' review: Hrithik paints every frame in glorious colours

This is all familiar mush territory shot by cinematographer Sudeep Chatterjee in a filtered haze of delirious romanticism.

26 Jan 2017

Sorry Jaanu, the chemistry is not OK!

Overall, "OK Jaanu" is a strictly ok film.

14 Jan 2017

Haramkhor Review: Siddiqui's face is a panorama of emotions

The disclaimer unfortunately puts the film on a pedestal.

14 Jan 2017

Dangal review

It is hard to look away when a stereotypical biopic is injected with so much zestful enthusiasm.

23 Dec 2016

Messy plot saved by Ranveer’s wit and Vani’s grace

Aditya Chopra’s Befikre begins with an eye-view of birds — love birds to be more precise, nested in every part of Paris one could imagine, kissing with gay abandon.

10 Dec 2016

Kahaani 2: The Durga is only in name

In the original film the protagonist was drawn from the myths, a rebirth of the Hindu goddess, here there is no such symbolism.

03 Dec 2016