Rajeev Masand
  • Rajeev Masand`s Movie Review of Noor

    Think of the new Sonakshi Sinha starrer Noor as the possible outcome if Bridget Jones’s Diary and Madhur Bhandarkar’s Page 3 got drunk, hooked up, and forgot about protection. Sonakshi’s Noor is a young singleton; klutzy, booze-loving, and weight-obsessed, who hates her life and...

    April 21, 2017
  • Rajeev Masand’s Review of Fast and Furious 8

    Any excitement one might have about those proposed self-driving cars currently being developed in Silicon Valley is likely to be quickly quashed while watching “Fast & Furious 8”. Hundreds of cars, their programs hacked, take off without anyone at the wheel, wreaking havoc in the...

    April 14, 2017
  • Rajeev Masand’s Movie Review of Begum Jaan

    Begum Jaan opens on a strong note. In present day Delhi, some thugs are ruthlessly violating a woman. But in one altering moment they are shamed instead. Writer-director Srijit Mukherji makes a point about how women have had to harness the power of the...

    April 14, 2017
  • Rajeev Masand’s Movie Review of Mukti Bhawan

    Death, and the awareness of one’s mortality are key themes in Mukti Bhawan. Yet the film is a surprisingly charming father-son story filled with laughter and unexpected moments of tenderness and humanity. Co-writer and director Shubhashish Bhutiani eschews melodrama, opting for everyday realism and...

    April 8, 2017
  • Rajeev Masand’s Movie Review of Naam Shabana

    Although she showed up only for a brief cameo, most notably facing off against a terrorist in a Kathmandu hotel room, Tapsee Pannu’s ass-kicking special agent Shabana Khan was easily one of the best things in the Akshay Kumar starrer Baby. The prospect of...

    March 31, 2017
  • Rajeev Masand’s Movie Review of Poorna

    There’s not a lot to complain about in Rahul Bose’s moving biopic of Poorna Malavath, a 13-year-old Adivasi from a small village in Telangana who became the youngest girl to summit Mount Everest. It’s an inspiring story of overcoming the odds and finding one’s...

    March 31, 2017
  • Rajeev Masand’s Movie Review of The Salesman

    There is no black and white in Iranian writer-director Asghar Farhadi’s films, and seldom will you find a villain. Much like life itself, the characters in his films are ordinary people, and Farhadi puts them in testing situations, leaving you to watch as small,...

    March 31, 2017

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