Vidya Malavade As DCP Manvi Gupta The mediocre screenplay and dialogues at times take away the show's charm but the actors managed to keep the audience hooked. The episode's duration also work in the show's favour, as it keeps the story crisp and to the point. Just by watching season two, fans can figure out what happened in seasons one, which also gives new fans a chance to dive into the show without having to watch season one. … [Read more...] about Kaali 2 Web Series Review: Paoli Dam Returns With The Same Craze In The ZEE5 Original’s Season 2
Also, the old-school, highly predictable narrative, which majorly depends on the lengthy courtroom scenes and monologues, play the major spoilsport. The occasional comedy sequences struggle to make a mark and look forced. The violence sequences that involve children might not go well with a certain group of audiences, as they are clearly over the top. However, the neatly placed climax twist, does leave an impact. … [Read more...] about Ponmagal Vandhal Movie Review: Jyotika Shines In This Legal Drama That Hits Hard!
Meanwhile, we see TV producer Paul Smith (Mark Bonnar from Catastrophe) and a team of ITV executives (one played by Aisling Bea from This Way Up) conceive of what would become Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. This is actually the most fun section of the project, particularly a scene where Paul cries tears of joy when host Chris Tarrant (Michael Sheen) figures out mid-taping how to make the contestant and audience palpably feel the stakes of the contest. … [Read more...] about ‘Quiz’ Review: Game-Show Caper Leaves Big Questions Unanswered
To begin with, Apurva (Shreyas Talpade) along with his bunch of accomplices handles Bhaiyyaji's (Pawan Malhotra) business of leaking exam papers across the cities. Soon, SP Aditya Singh (Aftab Shivdasani) steps in to nab this group of setters. Turns out Apurva and Aditya are college friends-turned-foes; blame it on the former's wife who was Apurva's crush during their college days. … [Read more...] about Setters Movie Review: This Shreyas Talpade- Aftab Shivdasani Film Flunks Because Of Weak Writing!
Road trips leave indelible memories. Whether good or bad, the experience forges a bond between travelers. End of Sentence is a touching drama about a father and son reaching common ground in Ireland. A journey that begins in grief and anger takes a few unexpected turns. The characters are forced to examine the long buried events that drove them apart. End of Sentence is a realistic exploration of human nature. It shows that the gulfs that divide us can be bridged. … [Read more...] about End of Sentence Review: John Hawkes & Logan Lerman Are Fantastic in Irish Road Trip Drama