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    Crash Course Review

    Adolescence is a very vulnerable age of human life. One is more prone to mistakes and life changing decisions during this time. ‘Crash Course’ is a series that is extremely relatable for students and teens. This is a saga of eight aspirants who have come to the city of Kota and take admission in two […] More

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    Rocketry: The Nambi Effect Movie Review

    Based on the life of ISRO scientist, Nambi Narayan, ‘Rocketry: The Nambi Effect’ throws light not just on his professional but also his personal life and of course talks about the false case of espionage foisted on him. R. Madhavan plays the role of the scientist and his look is unbelievably similar to Narayan. He […] More

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    Masaba Masaba Review

    There is nothing called a perfect balance between personal and professional life. They are both interconnected and tangled in a way that one somehow affects the other. ‘Masaba Masaba’ might seem to be a happy-go-lucky romcom but it brings out the reality of life in a number of ways. To start with, it shows how […] More

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    Good Luck Jerry Movie Review

    Good Luck Jerry, the Janhavi Kapoor starrer, is a fine dark comedy. Janhavi aka Jerry finds herself surrounded by drug mafias while maintaining the correct narrative of the film. The adventure of Jerry is a slow plot development but towards the end, it becomes comforting and a good binge watch. Director Siddharth Sengupta tried to […] More

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    Shamshera Music Review

    The Shamshera jukebox is full of original songs and that’s the best part of the album which makes it refreshing. “Of course, Shamshera is a period action entertainer. So, the music also had to fit in that period so that it’s not jarring. The film has very different kinds of songs. It’s got a good […] More

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    Anek Movie Review

    ‘One man’s peace is another man’s chaos’- the movie has some mind-blowing dialogues and references. Very intelligently written and presented, ‘Anek’ takes you on the undulating journey to the North-Eastern states where people were repressed for ages. Alienated from the mainland in geography, culture and behaviour, they hardly consider themselves to be a part of […] More

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    Jayeshbhai Jordaar Movie Review

    Jayeshbhai Jordaar is a mirror of the social evils that are still persisting in our country. Female infanticide is a burning problem and the movie focuses entirely on it. Many other examples in the movie talk about female subjugation and how the women of India are still trapped in the shackles of the patriarchal society. […] More

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    KGF Chapter 2 Movie Review

    Helmed by filmmaker Prashanth Neel, it may be the first time in the history of Indian cinema that the second part of a movie is much more immersive than the first part. The movie deals with a gangster Syndicate that comes to an end as an outsider Rocky conquers it and forms his own Empire. […] More

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    Attack Movie Review

    If you haven’t played PUBG or any other games as such, this movie is for you. ‘Attack’ takes you straight into the world of gaming, an artificial intelligence-controlled world with massive emotional ups and downs. The Hindi Film industry has given us ‘Robot’ (2010) earlier that has a somewhat similar thought but this story or […] More

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    Prithviraj Music Review

    Written and directed by Dr. Chandraprakash Dwivedi, the Yash Raj film production ‘Prithviraj’ depicts the really expensive epic war between Rajput king Prithviraj Chauhan and Mohammed Ghori. The music is composed by Shankar Ehsaan Loy which marks their third-period drama project after ‘Chittagong’ (2012) and ‘Manikarnika’ (2019). The album opens with the song “Hari Har” […] More

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    Jayeshbhai Jordaar Music Review

    Music composer Vishal-Sheykhar is back after a long break with ‘Jayeshbhai Jordaar’. The duo has collaborated multiple times with YRF in the past years. If audiences are expecting something like the superhit party anthem “Nashe si Chad Gayi” then they will be disappointed, even though“Firecracker” is somewhere near it. The music album is pretty decent […] More

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    King Richard Movie Review

    Behind some successful women, there are strong feminist fathers, who have always motivated them and lived their journey with them, driving them to work hard every single day. Will Smith as Richard Williams was affectionate as a rock solid father in his determination to train Venus and Serena to win Wimbledon. Drawing a parallel from […] More

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