Amar Kaushik’s filmmaking lacks two essential features: motivation and economy.
Despite inheriting an interesting world from the Malayalam original, Abhishek Pathak's Hindi adaptation chooses to rely on overused stereotypes rather than drill into the story.
The Kannada movie excels when it focuses on Shiva, the protagonist, but flounders while depicting the other characters.
It is a mystery why this flawed film was chosen as India’s entry to the Oscars.
Vikas Bahl’s new film centres on two broad areas which remain underdeveloped. The result is a film which lacks fresh ideas.
Was Monroe always a victim, did she have no agency?