Neel Joshi @neeljoshiii: On entertainment front - #KhaaliPeeli is amazing, fulfills what it promised. For story - With some flaws, it still moves good enough with the twists at points. Starting looks a little slow, but gets good paced by the end. Quite a decent amazing watch. #KhaaliPeeliReview. … [Read more...] about Khaali Peeli Twitter Review: Did Ananya Panday & Ishaan Khatter Win Hearts?
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Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput's untimely demise left his fans and the film fraternity in deep shock. Amid the ongoing probe and the various conspiracy theories about the cause of his death, Hrithik Roshan's mother Pinkie Roshan recently took to her Instagram page to share a cryptic note about Sushant's death. … [Read more...] about Hrithik Roshan’s Mother On Sushant’s Death: Everyone Wants The Truth But No One Wants To Be Honest
The ghosts of this movie don’t appear just once or twice; this isn’t a film that makes you wait or in any way holds back from showing us the face of its central evil up close, early, and often. I’ve said this gets a little repetitive. Just as true is the fact that this makes the idea more coherent: it is, like the mental scars afflicting this couple, an uncanny whose power isn’t in its willingness to toy with this couple, but rather, in its persistence. A movie like Get Out announced, in its very title, the desire that movie makes you feel on behalf of its hero: Get out of that house. This movie has the additional, powerful dilemma of forcing you to reckon with whether a couple that has already gotten out — of the Sudan — has anywhere else to go. At one point, when the mania of the house drives one of the film’s heroes to lock them in, the gesture comes off as a bit brash on the one hand, and logically on the other. … [Read more...] about ‘His House’ Review: A Haunting, Out of the Past
And Robertson, we should mention, is indeed the best thing here — as anyone who saw Marriage Story and walked away thinking, “Wow, who was that kid cast as Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson’s son?!” will tell you, the young actor is quite a find. (The fact that he looks like a dead ringer for Danny Lloyd, who played the psychically gifted child in The Shining all those years ago, will add bonus shivers down the backs of viewers’ spines.) And he’s got a lot of heavy lifting to do in terms of expressing Oliver’s closed-off inner world, his inability to communicate verbally, his fear over this unwelcome visitor who keeps beckoning him to keep him company, and his navigation through schoolyard hierarchies and at-home instability. It’s Robertson’s wide eyes, quivering lips and panicky glances that stick with you more than the lonely CGI ghoul or the things he makes go bump in the night. … [Read more...] about ‘Come Play’ Review: Where the Wild Things Scar
In one of the scenes in Khaali Peeli, Pooja (Ananya Panday) asks Blackie (Ishaan Khatter), "Bachpan se hi tu har picture ka end pehle hi bata deta thaa. Apne story ki ending kya hogi, Blackie?" Well, it's not just Blackie; even we, the audience know the final destination of this journey. But then, it's the 'hero' and his 'heroine' who keep us glued to the screen with their 'tapori' act. … [Read more...] about Khaali Peeli Movie Review: Ishaan Khatter Drives Straight Into Your Heart With His Tashan & Emotion