Breakout star Kangana Ranaut plays a jilted bride on a voyage of self-discovery.
This comedy reinvigorates the familiar conventions of Bollywood's signature genre.
The wearying central issue of this upper-middle-class slog, in which no one ever sweats a car payment or worries about health care costs, is how much truth a marriage can stand, and whether or not…
A lethargic Off Bollywood farce about the culture clash that ensues when a Hindu girl brings home a Pakistani fiance.
The boisterous and entertaining new Bollywood buddy-gangster melodrama "Gunday" is set mostly in the 1980s, and in its plot and characters it harks back strongly to the anti-heroic and still-beloved…
In "Jai Ho," Salman Khan carries to a new level of slapdash vulgarity the blunt-force, post-"Matrix" style of action moviemaking that rules the roost now in Hindi cinema.
The exhilarating "Dedh Ishqiya" is the young writer-director Abhishek Chaubey's worthy sequel to one of the sharpest Bollywood comedies of recent years.
The thrills seem to have evaporated from Kamaleswar Mukherjee's handsome, slow-moving adaptation of a classic Bengali novel.
In the '60s, a critic would have known exactly what to say: that this gorgeous, cacophonous anime sound and light show should only be watched in an altered state.
The films in the "Dhoom" series, Bollywood's most successful action adventure franchise, have always been more about the swashbuckling glamour of the daredevil villains than about the stiff and…