Pooja Sharma

Storytelling is her silver lining! Books and a piping hot tea are a timeless combination. With her head in the clouds she loves her space and has an excessive liking for skylines.

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Natkhat Review: Bridging the Patriarchal Gap

There is nothing easy about this film. Its invocation of a past filled with pain and its jump to the present, where most of the primary characters are wallowing in bitter introspection, demand a lot from the audience. The absence of compassion for the victims on screen is articulated by the demure shadow of Vidya Balan, who firmly stands against the misgivings while soothing her son.

Netflix’s Bankrolled Review: An Absurd Attempt at a Moronic Comedy

Haggling on an apparent grandiose idea- the plot is a so-called raucous comedy about friendship, entrepreneurship, and finding your true calling.

Behind the Attraction Review: Magical Access to Walt’s Vision

Behind the Attraction takes viewers on an in-depth journey about that specific attraction, which, in itself, is fascinating.

Narappa Review: Capitalizing on the Tenacity of a One Man’s Struggle

Narappa has a strong message for all and will make every single person take a moment to think about their arrogance, prejudices and bigotry, in different forms.

Netflix’s Naomi Osaka Review: A Tennis Star Built for Success

The documentary features Naomi Osaka's life and work - a thrilling testament of her power and determination.

Netflix’s Emicida: AmarElo – Live in São Paulo Review: Abundance of Emotions

Emicida’s AmarElo is one of the biggest success stories in culture for the music industry.

Netflix’s My Unorthodox Life Review: An Astounding Quest for the American Dream

My Unorthodox Life is engaging and completely unpredictable.

Collar Bomb Review: A Grappling Tale of Deviousness and Duplicity

Collar Bomb isn't an awe-inspiring movie, but it is smart and quite effective in its storytelling.

Netflix’s The Water Man Movie Review: A Watered-down Version of Breakthrough Performances

The Water Man movie is a message of hope and the lessons taught in this film are great reminders that we must keep fighting through all obstacles and remember how strong we really can be. If not for the story, watch it for the performances that will revive your childhood moments like never before.


Hawkeye Release Date and First Look Ft. Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld Out

Today, Marvel revealed the much-awaited Hawkeye Release Date and also revealed an intriguing first look featuring Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld.

Netflix’s Resort to Love Review: Another Light-hearted Rom-Com

Resort to Love is a great Friday night watch if you are looking for something chill to start off the weekend with. It is a cutesy rom-com, with a decent enough storyline.

Short Film Paatr Review: Star ‘Stuck’

Paatr Review: A short film starring Sahil Anand focuses on what happens when an actor fails to separate himself from one of his fictional characters.

MX Player’s Chhatrasal Review: Oh, Wow

Chhatrasal is pretty bad - both in aspects of portraying the history and dramatising it.

Netflix’s Bartkowiak Review: 90 Minutes of Fight Sequences

In no way is Bartkowiak a must-watch, but it isn't a film I would tell you to skip if you really did want to watch it. All in all, Bartkowiak is an action film, with not much brain to it.