Daas Dev – Review by Manisha Lakhe

Daas Dev – Review by Manisha Lakhe Sarat Chandra Chatterjee’s classic but simple love triangle of Paro, Devdas and Chandramukhi is turned on its head and complicated needlessly by setting the story in a lawless, political background in Uttar Pradesh. There are stories and backstories … Read full review at http://j.mp/2JwkrQk

Beyond The Clouds – Review by Manisha Lakhe

Beyond The Clouds – Review by Manisha Lakhe Majid Majidi comes to India and falls for the poverty is beautiful trap. After that, he simply rolls from one cliche to another and another until you just shake your head in despair. Ishan Khattar who makes his debut shows flashes of talent and is le… Read ...

Nanu ki Jaanu – Review by Manisha Lakhe

Nanu ki Jaanu – Review by Manisha Lakhe Is it a comedy? Is it horror? Is it social drama? Is it funny? Is it a weird love story? No one quite knows and when everything is piled on so thick, you begin to wonder as audience if you have lost your capacity to care. The ...

Mercury – Review by Manisha Lakhe

Mercury – Review by Manisha Lakhe Four lads and a girl are at a school reunion and are happily partying when they accidentally run over someone. They find themselves trapped in an old abandoned factory at the mercy of a madman. The terror is doubled because the protagonists are speec… Read full review at http://j.mp/2v9NK95

October – Review by Manisha Lakhe

October – Review by Manisha Lakhe Shoojit Sircar has managed to turn a singing, dancing, goofball called Varun Dhawan and shown us that the lad can get the audience to cry and laugh and be on his side. October is an unlikely film for Bollywood so used to boy meets girl and falls in l… ...

Blackmail – Review by Manisha Lakhe

Blackmail – Review by Manisha Lakhe A toilet paper salesman attempts to infuse some life into his marriage and comes home early to find his wife in bed with another man. Instead of confronting them, he chooses to blackmail them. This sets off a series of what ifs and what then scenes t… Read full ...

Missing – Review by Manisha Lakhe

Missing – Review by Manisha Lakhe Sushant Dubey and Aparna Dubey check into a Mauritian resort late night with their very unwell daughter Titli. By the morning, the child is missing. Everything literally begins to unravel as you watch cringeworthy hamming from greats like Tabu and Ma… Read full review at http://j.mp/2JpDwEI