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  • Ani... Dr. Kashinath Ghanekar

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  • The Suicide Squad

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  • Our Little Sister

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  • Sardar Udham

    Sardar Udham

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    Ahhh, finally something worthwhile from Bollywood after quite a long time.

    Sardar Udham is a meticulously presented nuanced experience which once again proves that Shoojit Sircar is a storyteller of the highest standards.

    Shoojit Sircar leaves no stone unturned in creating a bleak atmosphere which really confronts you about forgetting the struggles our freedom fighters went through without overdoing anything. By making the film immune from overt patriotism, Shoojit surely knew what he was doing with it.

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  • The Suicide Squad

    The Suicide Squad

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    The comedy was unnecessary majority of the times but the movie had heart, and it dominated the missed jokes. Polka-Dot Man and Ratcatcher 2 were the standout characters for me. Hope we get more content related to those characters in the future. The third act was the best part of the movie, everything fell into place that was being set-up throughout the movie. The side storyline was a miss for me, should have shown a little bit more of theโ€ฆ

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  • Alien

    Alien

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    Ridley Scott's genre defining classic does something so perfectly that only a handful of other films have managed it, get the audience invested in the world they are seeing. Make them ask lots of questions. Make them beg for answers but don't give them what they crave until the last few moments of the film. Aaaand when you do give them answers, only give them enough to whet their appetite so that they leave wanting more.

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  • Our Little Sister

    Our Little Sister

    Our little Sisters is a poignant bitter-sweet modern story about sisters who find their own way in the world of work, love and the importance of family ties irrespective of death and divorce. Visually rich and uncluttered by judgements- viewers are given space to laugh, cry, mourn and celebrate the ordinary moments of the lives of these sisters, as they discover their own meanings and purposes. Easily one of the most uplifting films I have ever seen.