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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Netflix’s Turning Point: 9/11 and the War on Terror is a Struggle of Uncertainty

Turning Point: 9/11 and the War on Terror has some harrowing stories but the documentary fails to unite and remains disjointed.

King of Boys: The Return of the King Review: A Vindictive Powerplay of Notable Performances

King of Boys: The Return of the King is about the power struggle between two rival political parties, and it's displayed with brutality and a conniving edge to the life-size portrait of a Nollywood creation.

Netflix’s John Of God: The Crimes of a Spiritual Healer Review: A Horrific Testament of Truth

John of God follows the true story of João Teixeira de Faria, who rose to fame as the "John of God", one of the most prolific religious swindlers in South American history.

Netflix’s The Defeated Review: An Uprising of Power, Scandal and Crime

The Defeated is surprisingly good, despite its incredibly bleak premise.

P.O.W. -Bandi Yuddh Ke Review: Strong Performances by the Stellar Cast

Bandi Yuddh Ke is clean without too much fuss, but what makes it a success are the people behind it.

Netflix’s Nothing’s the Same: Lokillo Florez is a Phenomenon in the World of Stand-up Comedy

In his show Nothing's the Same, Lokillo hilariously shares how Latin Americans have adjusted to a new world where animalistic instincts are better than the overall understanding of the people around us.

Netflix’s Navarasa Review: Alluring Ensemble of Emotions and Sharp Performances

Navarasa is has different moods and feelings that keep us entertained and provide a flavour unlike any other!

Netflix’s Myth and Mogul: John DeLorean Review: A Cataclysmic Tale of Fame

Myth and Mogul: John DeLorean takes us on a gruelling, deeply depressing, and thoroughly worthwhile journey through the life and times of one of the automotive industry's most extraordinary self-destructive talents.

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.

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The Batman Suit: Comparing Robert Pattinson, Ben Affleck, Christian Bale and Michael Keaton

Over the years the Batman suit has gone through its own set of evolutions, let us have a comparative look at them