Articles by Monika Rawal Kukreja
The Vaccine War review: Vivek Agnihotri's The Kashmir Files follow-up can get one-sided in parts but does a good job of representing the scientists' struggles.
Fukrey 3 movie review: Slapstick is back with the Varun Sharma, Pulkit Samrat-starrer. This comedy of errors is an absolute time-pass movie.
Sukhee is a slice-of-life story, light-hearted comedy but deep down, it strikes an emotional chord. It makes you believe that there is a Sukhee in all of us.
The Great Indian Family review: Vicky Kaushal stars in this family comedy about a man raised by Hindus who learns he might actually be Muslim.
Jaane Jaan review: Kareena Kapoor, Jaideep Ahlawat and Vijay Varma star in Sujoy Ghosh's latest murder mystery set in Kalimpong.
Jawan review: Shah Rukh Khan is undeniably massy in this Atlee directorial co-starring Nayanthara.
Haddi review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui and antagonist Anurag Kashyap are impressive in this gritty, gory drama.
Friday Night Plan review: The new Netflix film follows the adventures of two brothers after their mother leave them alone at home for a business trip.
Actor Aamir Khan, who had earlier stepped down from a film called Champions and was only to co-produce the film, is now going to headline the human drama.
Dream Girl 2 movie review: Ayushmann Khurrana plays Karam/Pooja in Raaj Shaandilyaa's latest comedy.
The intention behind Akelli appears similar to The Kerala Story, yet the creative liberties taken in this Nushrrat Bharuccha-starrer are a bit too far-fetched.
EXCLUSIVE: Rasha Thadani credits mom Raveena Tandon for inspiring her to get into wildlife photography
On World Photography Day, in her first ever interview, star kid Rasha Thadani, daughter of actor Raveena Tandon and producer Anil Thadani, talks about her passion for wildlife photography and her big-screen debut.
Ghoomer review: R Balki's latest film is a sports drama about a cricketer who loses her right arm and learns to reclaim her life.
Gadar 2 review: Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel's sequel to 2001 hit is actually a launch vehicle for director Anil Sharma's son Utkarsh.
OMG 2 review: With a balanced dose of a social message and humour, Amit Rai weaves a compelling film starring Pankaj Tripathi and Akshay Kumar.
Singer Sonu Nigam and T-Series’ head Bhushan Kumar are collaborating yet again to recreate the iconic song Achha Sila Diya from Bewafa Sanam (1995).
Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani review: The way Karan Johar blends emotions and humour is what remains the backbone of the film.
Neeyat movie review: Vidya Balan's mystery is all over the place and far from her best works.
Blind movie review: Sonam Kapoor-starrer fails to deliver due to sluggish writing and a predictable plot. Shome Makhija has directed the thriller.
Tarla movie review: Despite a not-so-convincing Huma Qureshi as the late chef, Piyush Gupta's film is easily digested.
Satyaprem Ki Katha review: Kartik Aaryan and Kiara Advani deliver stellar performance in his romantic comedy with a beating heart.
Lust Stories 2 review: Featuring four juicy stories by R Balki, Amit Sharma, Konkona Sen Sharma and Sujoy Ghosh, this anthology works rather well.
Actor Adah Sharma, who played the lead role in Sudipto Sen’s The Kerala Story, says that a film doing well at the box office is good for the entire industry, so there is no reason why would it irk anyone.
Tiku Weds Sheru review: This Kangana Ranaut production offers nothing but cringey dialogues and bad performances.
Adipurush review: With its passable VFX and unironically funny dialogues, Om Raut's Ramayana adaptation doesn't really check all the boxes.
Bloody Daddy movie review: From sketchy characters with no back stories to a wafer-thin plot, the film seems to have faltered in many places.
Zara Hatke Zara Bachke movie review: Vicky Kaushal and Sara Ali Khan’s new rom com delivers more misses than hits.
Jogira Sara Ra Ra movie review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Neha Sharma deliver good performanes but are failed by a mediocre script.
Kathal movie review: Sanya Malhotra brings a balance in physically intense and emotionally charged scenes in this satire.
IB 71 movie review: Vidyut Jammwal breaks out of his action hero shell to play a spy in this Sankalp Reddy film.