Space Force brings the dream team of Carell and Greg Daniels, who gave us the supremely brilliant The Office seven years ago. But the Space Force is no Office, even though almost every second thing in the show reminds us of it.
Ever since the announcement by the Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI), on Sunday evening, for the ‘first-ever digital fashion week of India’, the Indian fashion fraternity has been jolted out of its summer siesta.
Paatal Lok hits home with its supremely authentic take on law enforcement, the nexus between media, politics and crime and at the same time it makes a scathing, but subtle commentary on caste, gender and sexual violence.
Patience is the key with Upload. The first two episodes are where you have to stay put and plough through, but once you get over the nerd lingo, you get the minute satire that’s inbuilt in every scene — very Greg Daniels, who created the show.
What works for Hasmukh is the unusual premise, of a stand-up comic needing to kill before going on stage. The perfect world-building, from the gaudy outfits to the printed shaadi-ke-tents, they are all on point. Vir Das’ foray into semi-urban India, a space where we haven’t seen him before, has revealed a different side of the actor, a side that is very welcome.
What's too tough about female bonding? Why can’t they get it right? And for the umpteenth time, its not just about getting drunk and talking about sex — that’s the pole star to which this group inadvertently steers itself to.
Netflix documentary series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness takes us into the enchanting, wild world of ‘big cat’ lovers, but completely misses the larger point of wildlife abuse and animal rights.
Panchayat review: Jitendra Kumar is continuing his fine form after Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan and his ‘hairan-pareshan’ expression has only gotten better. Though we wonder how long will he keep doing this underdog-needs-to-be-rescued roles.