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Hush Hush review: Even sharp performances can't save this show once it starts to unravel

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Hush Hush review: Even sharp performances can't save this show once it starts to unravel

There is much promise, and some good performances, in this new series about Gurugram socialites dealing with a friend’s mysterious death. But 'Hush Hush' soon becomes trite and unfocused.

Jogi review: An obviously well-intentioned film, marred by flashbacks and flaws in execution

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Jogi review: An obviously well-intentioned film, marred by flashbacks and flaws in execution

'Jogi' is a drama-cum-thriller about personal vendettas and deep friendships playing out against the background of the 1984 anti-Sikh violence.

RK/RKay review: Meta fun when a creation takes on a life of its own

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RK/RKay review: Meta fun when a creation takes on a life of its own

'RK/RKay' is a mostly fun film about some very serious things, including the tormented relationship between an artist and his work.

Good Luck Jerry review: Busy plot and too many characters spoil some of the fun

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Good Luck Jerry review: Busy plot and too many characters spoil some of the fun

This dark comedy about a young woman caught in the Punjabi drug trade has some nice moments, and an entertaining cast of characters, but it isn’t as zany as it wants to be.

Forensic review: Clichéd premise, and antics that add up to nothing

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Forensic review: Clichéd premise, and antics that add up to nothing

This Mussoorie-based thriller about a series of child-murders tries to be cool and edgy, but runs out of steam.

Review: 'Escaype Live' has its flaws, but being over-the-top is not one of them

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Review: 'Escaype Live' has its flaws, but being over-the-top is not one of them

'Escaype Live' may put off viewers who demand understatement in everything they watch. But is it fair to expect subtlety from a story about underprivileged people doing loud, attention-drawing things to become social-media stars?

Puzhu review: Mammootty’s magnetic presence keep you invested, eager to know more

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Puzhu review: Mammootty’s magnetic presence keep you invested, eager to know more

'Puzhu' is an existential thriller about an unlikeable and paranoid man, a king who may soon be felled by a worm.

Home Shanti review: Supriya Pathak and Manoj Pahwa are marvellous in this throwback to shows like 'Wagle ki Duniya' and 'Nukkad'

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Home Shanti review: Supriya Pathak and Manoj Pahwa are marvellous in this throwback to shows like 'Wagle ki Duniya' and 'Nukkad'

'Home Shanti', a new series about a Dehradun family building a house, is short and sweet, and gets much of its character, or cement, from the presence of Supriya Pathak and Manoj Pahwa.

Review | 'Sardar Udham' is long and flabby, and it saves the best for last

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Review | 'Sardar Udham' is long and flabby, and it saves the best for last

This historical drama about revolutionary Udham Singh has a powerful climactic scene set in the wake of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre. Unfortunately it’s a slog getting there.

Review | 'Santhoshathinte Onnam Rahasyam' offers an absorbing view of how close relationships work

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Review | 'Santhoshathinte Onnam Rahasyam' offers an absorbing view of how close relationships work

Shot in an unbroken 82-minute take, and with a single fixed camera, this Malayalam film is a dynamic exploration of a relationship facing a possible crisis.

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