Gold – Review by Manisha Lakhe

Gold – Review by Manisha Lakhe Based on true events following the exploits of the Indian hockey team that won independant India its first Olympics gold medal in hockey. The conflict is fine, the principle characters beautifully etched, but what drags the film down is its predictab… Read full review at http://j.mp/2nFAUIW

Satyameva Jayate – Review by Manisha Lakhe

Satyameva Jayate – Review by Manisha Lakhe The Mumbai police are in a tizzy because a vigilante is slowly killing corrupt cops. The one honest cop has been given the job to find out who it is. We know it is the hero and we are alarmed at the violence on the screen. But after ...

Redrum A love story – Review by Manisha Lakhe

Redrum A love story – Review by Manisha Lakhe A ‘rock star’ Daksh comes under the scrutiny of the Narcotics department who want to find out who supplies him with drugs. The Ghalib spouting cop asks Daksh’s manager plus girlfriend to help them. Daksh has rage issues and in an angry fit he kills t… ...

Vishwaroop 2 – Review by Manisha Lakhe

Vishwaroop 2 – Review by Manisha Lakhe Wisam Ahmad Kashmiri is an Indian spy who has infiltrated deep into Al Qaeda, and has helped not just finding Osama Bin Laden, but has helped rescue American soldiers, diffused a nuclear bomb in New York. If you buy this, then you’ll see him in a fis… Read ...

Fanney Khan – Review by Manisha Lakhe

Fanney Khan – Review by Manisha Lakhe A father loves his daughter so much, is so in love with the idea of making her the next Indian Singing Star that he kidnaps the current superstar in order to get her a place in the contest. The film is based on a story from a Dutch ...

Karwaan – Review by Manisha Lakhe

Karwaan – Review by Manisha Lakhe A young man estranged from his father works at a dead end job at a software firm. He receives news that his father is dead in an accident. He borrows his friend Shaukat’s van to bring back the body. But the body has been exchanged with another. In hi… ...

Mulk – Review by Manisha Lakhe

Mulk – Review by Manisha Lakhe How do you prove that you are patriotic? A Muslim patriarch in Benaras battles to answer this question when his nephew has been shot dead as a terrorist and his brother has died following the legal and social troubles the family faces as a result. Wi… Read full review ...