YRF’s first Netflix series, centred on the 1984 Bhopal tragedy, lacks virtually everything it needs to be Chernobyl or Trial by Fire.
From Guilty to Darlings, and from Thar to Khufiya, film critic Akhil Arora ranks every Indian Netflix original movie ever made.
The new Netflix movie—with Tabu, Ali Fazal, and Wamiqa Gabbi—is an overlong slog.
Kareena Kapoor Khan is the least interesting element in Sujoy Ghosh’s new Netflix movie, his most mature work yet.
From the creators of The Family Man, a bottom-tier series set in ‘90s small-town India, full of tales that are neither thrilling nor comedic.
Police apathy, failed fathers, and a foggy future make a deadly cocktail in this spiritual successor to Udta Punjab.