Home Bangalore Now Running

    0 286

    Drishyam
    Director: Nishikant Kamat
    Cast: Ajay Devgn, Sriya Saran, Tabu, Rajat Kapoor
    Vijay Salgaonkar (Devgn) is a devoted family man, living with his wife (Saran) and two daughters in Goa. All hell breaks loose when Sam, son of a top cop, Meera Deshmukh (Tabu), enters their lives and later goes mysteriously missing. The story, a remake of the Malayalam hit of the same name, then has the police chasing the Salgaonkars relentlessly to come clean. The undying fight of a common man, pressure on the cops to crack the case, and an unexpected climax make the thriller worth a watch. —TI

    7FilmSnip3aAnt-Man
    Director: Payton Reed | Cast: Paul Rudd
    Rudd plays the petty thief, Scott, who is hired by scientist Hank Pym (Douglas), a genius scientist who hopes to stop his protégé from using his earlier invention to destroy the world by turning Scott into Ant-Man, a hero with extraordinary powers. Another excellent addition to the Marvel kitty, Ant-Man breaks the monotony of the serious tones Captain America and The Avengers took, with simple and interesting characters and plot, too. —Team Indulge

    Masaan
    Director: Neeraj Ghaywan
    Cast: Richa Chaddha, Sanjay Mishra, Vicky Kaushal and Shweta Tripathi
    Set against the formidable backdrop of burning funeral pyres on the banks of the Ganges in Varanasi, Ghaywan’s Masaan is a stirring tale that floats beyond the small town it calls home. Where Devi (Chadda) deals with stigma and humiliation after she’s found in a seedy hotel, her father (Mishra), who plays a priest, comes to terms with his daughter’s sexual freedom. Then there’s the soft-spoken engineering student Deepak (Kaushal) who battles the stigma of being from a lower caste family that burns corpses at the ghats. The film, with a tightly-woven script, is a study of social mores, and the themes of love, loss, and quiet determination. —TI

    SIMILAR ARTICLES

    0 16

    0 28