Author: Migang David Lagachu

Movie Review - Raman Raghav 2.0

Movie Review – Raman Raghav 2.0

It’s official; there is a new trend in Bollywood. Filmmakers don’t want to be accused of meddling with history or real life events so they conveniently set their films at a later period. Raman Raghav 2.0 is inspired by the...

movie review of NH10

Movie Review – NH10

A young married couple on their way to a vacation villa, reluctantly and partly forced due to circumstances find themselves face to face with a group of people involved in honour killing. What follows next is a roller coaster ride...


Movie Review: Badlapur

Badlapur demands serious movie viewing. So you must not take the warning ‘Don’t miss the beginning’ lightly. The film deconstructs the idea of revenge by posing questions like, ‘Is revenge worth it?’ and ‘What next, after revenge?’.


Movie Review: Shamitabh

SHAMITABH is a fitting tribute to the Indian film industry and the pride of position that Amitabh Bachchan’s baritone has in it. One couldn’t agree more with Bachchan when he says, “yeh awaaz ek kutte ke munh se bhi achchi...

Movie Review - Alone

Movie Review – Alone

Right in the beginning just before the credits start rolling my eyes catches a glimpse of one of the creative partners of the film, ‘BrainOnRent’. Little did I know that once I am done watching the film, it will be...

PK – Movie Review

Rajkumar Hirani’s films are basically about catch-phrases. It started with jadoo ki jhappi in Munna Bhai MBBS, followed by get well soon / Gandhigiri in its sequel, then aal is well in 3 Idiots and now wrong number in PK...

Kill Dil

Movie Review – Kill Dil

Kill Dil is a classic case of ‘promos are better than the film’. It has a very slick look but everything else is as dull as it can get, or even worse. Two abandoned children who rose under the shadow...

Movie Review - The Shaukeens

Movie Review – The Shaukeens

Rarely one gets to see a film that dares to be different but is also self-contradictory at the same time. The Shau-keens, a remake of the 1982 film Shaukeen, celebrates life in all its ‘sexual’ glory, especially womanhood, but also...