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    The Man Who Knew Infinity
    Director: Matthew Brown
    Cast: Dev Patel, Jeremy Irons
    Based on the life of math genius Srinivasa Ramanujan, the film might not have a weak story, but fails to create a lasting impression. A clerk at Madras Port, Ramanujan (Patel) travels to England to work with professor G H Hardy (Irons). Hardy, fascinated by the young man, pulls out all stops for him, and the two develop a beautiful friendship. Had it not been for Irons, and Toby Jones as John E Littlewood, the film would not be half as decent
    as it is.— Team Indulge

    FilmSnip1Director: Sabbir Khan | Cast: Tiger Shroff, Shraddha Kapoor
    Sabbir Khan’s modern take on Ramayana sees
    Shroff play Rama, Kapoor take on the role of Sita, and Tollywood actor, Sudheer Babu, portray Ravana. Shroff meets Kapoor on a train in Kerela, and falls in love with her. The romance is shortlived, as Kapoor is abducted and taken to Bangkok. The film is packed with jaw-dropping stunts, which Shroff excels in. Kapoor has also tried packing punches, but they fall flat. A one-time watch,
    at best. — Team Indulge

    Mother’s Day

    Director: Garry Marshal
    Cast: Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Jason Sudeikis
    Coming from the maker of
    films like Pretty Woman, Runaway Bride, Valentine’s Day,New Year’s Eve, and The Princess Diaries, the film tugs at your heartstrings, and will surely bring a smile on your mum’s face. It tells the story of a group of women whose lives interwine in the most unexpected ways. Aniston plays a divorcee. Her friend, played by Hudson, has a family of her own, but her folks know nothing about it. Meanwhile, Roberts is too busy with work to have children. Too many subplots make the film a task to sit through at times, but the film has its heart in the right place. — Team Indulge




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