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For all the Latest Bollywood Movie Reviews, BizAsia’s film review section is the perfect way to check out whether a film is worth watching. Our team of reviewers break down the director’s treatment of the story and the performances as well as give readers a recommendation on whether they should make that trip to the cinema.

Movie Review: ‘The Girl on the Train’ (Netflix)

The mystery thriller ‘The Girl on the Train’ (2021) is based on the novel by British author, Paula Hawkins, and in this Netflix adaptation...

Movie Review: ‘Blinded By The Light’

Gurinder Chadha is one filmmaker who always tends to make films that are close to her heart, so it came as no surprise when...

Movie Review: ’14 Phere’ (ZEE5)

Weddings, shenanigans and family drama. Is the Bollywood romcom finally back? ZEE5’s latest release ’14 Phere’ is not the answer to all our prayers,...

Movie Review: ‘Badrinath Ki Dulhania’

BANNER: Dharma Productions PRODUCER: Hiroo Johar, Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta DIRECTOR: Shashank Khaitan DISTRIBUTOR: Fox Star Studios CAST: Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt, Sahil Vaid, Gauahar Khan, Aakanksha Singh,...

TIFF 2019 Movie Review: ‘Jallikattu’

‘Jallikattu’ has nothing to do with the Tamil Nadu spectacle of the same name, director Lijo Jose Pellissery, clarifies. It’s about exploring the space...

LIFF 2018 Movie Review: ‘Venus’

With films and documentaries such as ‘The Incredible Shrinking Woman’ (1994) and ‘Desperately Seeking Helen’ (1999) already having received critical acclaim, Canadian director Eisha...

Movie Review: ‘Jab Harry Met Sejal’

Imtiaz Ali is a firm believer and his characters travelling for love. Whether it is ‘Cocktail’ (2012), ‘Love Aaj Kal’ (2009) or ‘Jab We...

Movie Review: ‘Unpaused’ (Amazon Prime)

Amazon Prime’s ‘Unpaused’ is an anthology of short films from some of the most interesting voices in Bollywood. Directors Raj & DK, Nikkhil Advani,...

Movie Review: ‘Dhamaka’ (Netflix)

Kartik Aaryan is starring in a Ram Madhvani film for the first time in 'Dhamaka', which has started streaming on 19th November on Netflix....

LIFF 2019 Movie Review: ‘#Gadhvi’

Writer-director Gaurav Bakshi’s journey with ‘#Gadhvi’ began at the 2015- 2016 Sundance-Drishyam Screenwriters lab in Udaipur with a short film called ‘Reincarnation’, alongside Nandita...

Movie Review: ‘Sardar Ka Grandson’ (Netflix)

Take memories of the India-Pakistan partition in 1947 and mix it up with a little Sunny Deol type of heroics – (you know the...

Movie Review: ‘Chhalaang’ (Amazon Prime)

As with many film releases of late, Hansal Mehta directed 'Chhalaang' was also one to head down the digital route, on Amazon Prime. Starring...

Movie Review: ‘Kabir Singh’

A Hindi adaptation of 'Arjun Reddy' (2017) has finally arrived in Bollywood in the shape of Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani starrer 'Kabir Singh'...

Movie Review: ‘Padmaavat’

Expectations of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Padmaavat’ had been rocketing for some time for the average cine-goer, with many disappointed at the unrest the film...

LIFF 2017 Movie Review: ‘Newton’

Rajkummar Rao stars in ‘Newton’, a film which is the second offering from director Amit Masurkar. Produced by Manish Mundra’s Drishyam Films, ‘Newton’ has...

Short Film Review: ‘Meal’

Abhiroop Basu is known for his short films and with 'Meal', he presents yet another story which totally lures the viewers in. Starring Adil...

Movie Review: ‘Thappad’

Based on real life events, 'Thappad' is Anubhav Sinha's latest offering after recent years of presenting films which have created a conversation and caused...

Movie Review: ‘Mrs. Serial Killer’ (Netflix)

‘Mrs. Serial Killer’ is Shirish Kunder’s baby. As the writer, director, editor and co-producer of the film, he has had full creative control. Isn't...

Movie Review: ‘Dream Girl’

If the initial trailer and songs are anything to go by, Ayushmann Khurrana and Nushrat Bharucha starrer 'Dream Girl' has the potential to be...

Movie Review: ‘Badhaai Ho’

Right from the first posters and trailer of 'Badhaai Ho', audiences would have thought they were in for a treat. With a topic that...