Director: Vikas Bahl
Cast: Alia Bhatt, Shahid Kapoor
Alia (Bhatt) is an orphan, who is doted on by her adopted dad Bipin Arora but hated by her stepmother and grandmother. She is not their blood, that’s why. But that is not her biggest problem. She happens to an insomniac! Another sleepless being Jagjinder Joginder (Kapoor) enters her home. He is there to plan Alia’s sister’s wedding. What happens as the two cross each their paths night after night forms the rest of the plot. Except for a few scenes between daddy and her princess, the film doesn’t tug at your heart. Alia is likeable, but Kapoor hasn’t much to act. This is not a shaandaar shaadi, Bahl!
— Team Indulge
The Last Witch Hunter
Director: Breck Eisner
Cast: Vin Diesel
The film is about an immortal warrior Kaulder (Diesel), who has managed to wipe off Queen Witch and her rogue clan forever. At least, that’s what he thinks. One day, she is resurrected, and this leads to a bloody battle between the two. Survival of the human race depends on this clash. But the film is half, or even less, as engaging as it sounds. Kaulder can be better described as a witch patrol officer. The film is quite a disappointment, for both supernatural movie lovers, and Vin Diesel fans. —TI
Bridge Of Spies
Director: Steven Spielberg
Cast: Tom Hanks, Mark Rylance, Alan Alda, Amy Ryan
In a true story, Academy Award winner Tom Hanks stars as the American attorney James Donovan tasked with negotiating the release of a U-2 spy plane pilot, which was shot down over Russia at the height of the Cold War. Sentenced to 10 years in prison, the New York lawyer, recruited by the CIA, is the spy’s only hope for release. Hanks has put up yet another stellar performance, and if like political, and spy thrillers, this is a film you do not want to miss.
— Team Indulge