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Monday, November 29, 2021

Rohan Naahar

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Rohan Naahar is an assistant editor at Indian Express online. He covers pop-culture across formats and mediums.

Chhorii and beyond, why are Hindi filmmakers afraid of horror movies?
Mon, Nov 29, 2021

The Hindi film industry is terrified of making straight-up horror movies. The necessity for good genre filmmaking has become more pronounced in recent years, especially with what is going on around us.

Chhorii movie review: Nushrratt Bharuccha’s Amazon film respects the horror genre, if only it respected the audience
Thu, Nov 25, 2021

Chhorii movie review: Director Vishal Furia shoots his own film in the foot by turning it into a 'message movie' in its final moments.

The Beatles Get Back review: Peter Jackson takes devotees down a really Long and Winding Road
Fri, Nov 26, 2021

The Beatles Get Back review: Peter Jackson's eight-hour documentary has the appeal of a devotional film, but isn't likely to convert sceptics.

Bruised movie review: Halle Berry is both the best thing and the worst thing about her directorial debut
Wed, Nov 24, 2021

Bruised movie review: Halle Berry's directorial debut treads familiar paths, and is too terrified to deviate from them.

Cowboy Bebop review: Netflix’s bloated new show is a crime against the classic anime
Tue, Nov 23, 2021

Cowboy Bebop review: Netflix's big-budget live-action adaptation of the genre-busting anime is bloated beyond belief, but is partially redeemed by a game cast.

Dhamaka: Netflix’s thrilling Kartik Aaryan-starrer is an attack on all the right people
Sun, Nov 21, 2021

Equally angry at the corrupt politicians who exploit the common person and the greedy news media that enables them, Kartik Aaryan and Ram Madhvani's Dhamaka captures the mood of the nation.

Gangistan review: Pratik Gandhi tries his best to elevate Spotify’s pointless crime podcast
Thu, Nov 18, 2021

Basic writing and sloppy production ensure that Spotify's Gangistan, starring Pratik Gandhi, Saiyami Kher and Dayashankar Pandey, disappears in the glut of audio content available across platforms.

Red Notice: Netflix’s abysmal Abbas-Mustan ripoff proves Ryan Reynolds, Dwayne Johnson are the most uninteresting stars working today
Sat, Nov 13, 2021

It makes all the sense in the world that Netflix is promoting Red Notice, starring Ryan Reynolds, Dwayne Johnson and Gal Gadot, with a Badshah song.

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