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Vishal Menon

Vishal Menon
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
No Score Yet Nimir (2018) It might be an easy watch for first-timers, but for those who've watched the original, Nimir feels blasphemous.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Jan 26, 2018
No Score Yet Rekka (2016) Vijay Sethupathi set off to have a jigarthanda, and changed his order to a litchi smoothie instead.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Jan 24, 2018
No Score Yet Aruvi (2017) It leaves you shaken, leaving behind images that last. Do go chasing this waterfall.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Dec 15, 2017
No Score Yet Kaatru Veliyidai (2017) When you leave the theatre with a lump in your throat, you remember how your love for this director doesn't arise merely because he makes you smile. ‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Nov 14, 2017
13% Shaandaar (Shandaar) (2015) Even the film's moment of triumph, coming in the last 10 minutes, feels like Vikas Bahl reminding the world that he's the pro-woman director who made Queen.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Oct 23, 2015
14% All Is Well (2015) All is Well is the kind of film you want to show to that relative who assumes it's easy to watch movies for a living.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Aug 21, 2015
No Score Yet Hamari Adhuri Kahaani (2015) Stoops to petty sentimentality.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Jun 12, 2015
17% Welcome to Karachi (2015) One doesn't go in expecting a Citizen Kane but Welcome to Karachi is still stretching the boundaries of how much torture a film can inflict on its audience.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted May 29, 2015
No Score Yet Tanu Weds Manu Returns (2015) As the film comes to a predictable ending, one realises just how selfish both Tanu and Manu are.‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted May 22, 2015
0% Ungli (Unglee) (2014) With its incoherent subplots and all its silly dialogues that would embarrass even David Dhawan's dialogue writer, Ungli becomes a shadow of what it could have been. ‐ The Hindu
Read More | Posted Apr 8, 2015