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Pagglait: Quirky little film 

Pagglait the film is just like its protagonist Sandhya. It doesn't behave the way it is expected to.You would think the story of a just-married young woman who is widowed right at the onset would be sombre, all the more because the societal…

Saina: Plays to gallery

There are two ways to go about it when you recreate an icon's life on screen. You could keep it plain and simple, with lots of melodrama and pep scenes for inspiration -- which is the easy way out because you are playing to the gallery. Or,…

The Illegal: Small film, big impact

 You'd think you have seen this before. A young boy from middle-class India lands in the United States chasing a dream, and his struggle for sustenance becomes portrait of the grind that almost every immigrant must endure.If Danish Renzu's…

Mumbai Saga: Toast to cliches

Sanjay Gupta's latest is an extension of his trademark "Shootout" films, reloading familiar uber-violence with old-school Bollywood drama about cops, gangsters and the self-seeking political set, packing in loud dialogues and the essential…

Roohi: Horribly boring 

Stree was smart stuff, Roohi seems like random fare. The comparison had to crop up, the only reason the producers seem to have made Roohi is because they struck gold with Stree. Blending horror with humour looked so easy in Stree. Clearly…