Black Panther is getting all the applause for celebrating an all African-American cast and while that garners a huge kudos for Marvel, the film is worth praising regardless of the colour of the people it features.
PadMan deals with the unnecessary taboo around a very regular periodic bodily function. Granted that this can be seen as a risky move on R Balki's part, but this isn't the first time that he has tried to introduce a fresh take on a story that needed to be told.
Ours is a country where stars are treated as demi-gods so if one day Akshay Kumar decides to become a politician, the aam junta would happily chant his patriotic dialogues with him in chorus and cheer him on as he donates money to jawans stationed at the border.
Jim Sarbh's Malik Kafur kills at the command of his master, laughs when Khilji's happy and is even hit across the face when Khilji doesn't like what he says, but all through this, his motive is just to please Ranveer's Alauddin.
With only 10 films in his filmography so far, Ranveer Singh has often experimented with his roles. He might come across as quirky but that quirkiness is completely forgotten when it comes to his movies.
Aanand L Rai is the visionary that Hindi cinema desperately needs right now. With multiple avenues that can entertain the audience, it's only makers like him who can bring us back to the movie theaters.