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Dawson's 'Matchmaking for Beginners': A pleasant summer read  

Just in time for summer, Maddie Dawson serves up a delightful, light-as-air romance that successfully straddles the line between sweet and smart without ever being silly.

published on : 5th June 2018

Exploring Kumaon through its art, craftsmanship and woodwork 

Writer Manju Kak's latest book explores the region through its art, craft, craftsmanship and woodwork in her latest book 'In the Shadow of the Devi: Kumaon'.

published on : 23rd June 2017

'Tubelight': Shines but with low voltage

Salman Khan  has dedicated the film to the families and friends of soldiers who are left behind to fight their own battles.

published on : 23rd June 2017

Meet Ove, the unusual protagonist of a million-copy international bestseller

"A Man Called Ove" is one of those rare books -- simple and lucid, with little aesthetic nuances that the fiction genre is fast losing.

published on : 19th June 2017

'Bank Chor' review: Yash Raj hits rock bottom with this, don't waste your time 

This weekend's comic caper 'Bank Chor' has completely failed to live up to its hype. 

published on : 17th June 2017

'Despicable Me 3' review: Emotionally packed and entertaining 

The animation film series continues to enthrall audiences. 

published on : 17th June 2017

'G Kutta Se': A bludgeoning masterpiece

The film derives its unhampered persuasive powers not from posturing but from ripping apart all our perceptions of what cinema is and should be.

published on : 14th June 2017

Beauty and the Beast: A warm, lavish, and worthy retelling of an old tale

The story is uncomplicated. It’s the heard-and-heard-again tale of the pretty girl from the village, cheekily named Belle.

published on : 17th March 2017

Review: Bruce Lee

The debutant director has tried to stretch a flimsy knot to an unmanageable length, stringing a series of gags and linking a chain of characters to it.

published on : 17th March 2017

BCCI withdraws complaint against Smith and Handscomb

Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland today met his opposite number Rahul Johri at the BCCI headquarters in Mumbai to resolve the issue.

published on : 10th March 2017

'Kong: Skull Island' Review:  An entertaining King Kong film low on emotional beats

The big ape is back, this time with a rollicking Vietnam War backdrop and the Creedence Clearwater-thumping soundtrack to match.

published on : 8th March 2017

Review: A 'Beauty and the Beast' with a new dimension 

Beauty and the Beast is equal parts dispiriting and enchanting: overflowing in handsome craft, but missing a spirit inside.

published on : 7th March 2017

Split review: Popcorn entertainment doesn’t fully live up to potential

The title of M. Night Shyamalan’s latest horror-thriller film is a dead giveaway, pun intended.

published on : 24th February 2017

Hebbuli review: Sudeep’s grand command

The flipside of Hebbuli is its predictable climax.

published on : 24th February 2017

Rangoon review: Vishal Bharadwaj impresses yet again

The narrative begins in a dispassionate tone but gradually during the course of the narrative, it emotionally hooks you on.

published on : 24th February 2017
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