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Friday, Feb 21, 2020
Anupama Chopra

Anupama Chopra


Anupama Chopra is the editor and founder of Film Companion.

articles by Anupama Chopra (308 results)
May 21, 2016 10:20
Film is structurally clumsy and overtly high-pitched but also strongly enacted and genuinely moving read more
May 16, 2016 18:19
Film critic Anupama Chopra tells us what she loved on the fifth day at the Cannes Film Festival. read more
May 15, 2016 17:03
Film critic Anupama Chopra tells us all that happened on the fourth day at the 69th Cannes Film Festival. read more
May 14, 2016 19:59
On the third day of the 69’th Cannes Film Festival, film critic Anupama Chopra tells us that none of the film screenings at the festival have been booed so far. read more
May 12, 2016 20:02
Anupama Chopra gives us a lowdown from all that happened at the first day of the 69’th Cannes Film Festival. read more
May 07, 2016 14:40
Despite the cheesy title, the film has some interesting ideas. The bad news is that the talent both in front of the camera and behind it simply isn’t mature enough to handle them read more
Apr 30, 2016 14:50
The characters have all the depth of stick figures so it’s best to focus on the action sequences, which are beautifully choreographed read more
Apr 22, 2016 18:15
It’s a sweet, sanitised and somewhat simplistic story that debutant director Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari tells with a light touch and a lot of heart. read more
Apr 16, 2016 17:02
Gaurav comes from a middle-class, ‘mamooli’ home too. His entire life is centered on his love for Aryan. read more
Apr 09, 2016 16:29
Have I just made this film sound somewhat intriguing? It’s not. It’s excruciating. Though I will admit that the dialogue is the stuff of pure comedy. read more
Apr 02, 2016 14:14
Ki & Ka review: R Balki gives us a heroine named Kia (Kareena) who is unapologetically ambitious, and a hero named Kabir (Arjun) whose most cherished ambition is to be like his late mother, who was a homemaker. read more
Mar 26, 2016 15:02
The film is an almost frame-by-frame remake of the 2010 Korean blockbuster, The Man from Nowhere. read more
Mar 19, 2016 19:23
Mar 12, 2016 12:52
Teraa Surroor is just excruciating painful and outrageously silly, be it Himesh’s deadpan acting or the film’s new find Farah Karimaee, who is so weak an actor that she makes the hero look like a thespian. read more
Mar 05, 2016 15:53
As it turns out, not much has changed. In Jai Gangaajal, the setting is Bankepur, which is a small town in Madhya Pradesh but might just as well be the Wild West. read more