A war film is not exactly common in Indian cinema, and one that focusses completely on a chapter from a conflict without digressing into romance, dreams and dances needs to be lauded..
Films demand good researches when they are based on the theme of corruption in Indian judiciary, and Jolly LLB 2 scores well on this front.
Specially-abled people often struggle with the system, particularly societal injustice and apathy.
A boy with humble beginnings sets up an empire by smuggling contraband. All he has going for him are his wits and insatiable ambition.
Mani Ratnam delivered a commercially and critically successful film with O Kandhal Kanmani in 2015.
The 2010 Commonwealth Games are years away. Geeta Phogat (Zaira Wasim, Fatima Sana Shaikh) has just returned to Balali, her village in Haryana, after months of preparation at the National Sports Academy in Patiala.
Aditya Chopra made hearts bleed and lovers cry with his debut film Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge 21 years ago.
After the debacles of Ghanchakkar and Humari Adhuri Kahaani, Vidya Balan is back and how!
Four years after her much-appreciated debut with English Vinglish, filmmaker Gauri Shinde is back with another female protagonist-centred story that aims to unsettle cliches in our judgemental society.
When Tum Bin released in 2001, it was a surprise hit with four debutante actors -- Sandali Sinha, Priyanshu Chatterjee, Himanshu Malik and Raqesh Vashisht, who was then known as Rakesh Bapat.