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Friday, Jan 17, 2020
Rohan Naahar

Rohan Naahar

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Rohan Naahar watches movies for Hindustan Times. He works on the online desk.

articles by Rohan Naahar (803 results)
Sep 27, 2019 08:24
Bard of Blood review: Netflix India’s latest series, produced by Shah Rukh Khan and starring Emraan Hashmi, Sobhita Dhulipala and Vineet Kumar Singh, pales in comparison to Amazon’s Family Man. read more
Sep 21, 2019 22:26
Samara Weaving typifies the new damsel in grave danger. She isn’t just armed and ready to fight back, she’s also taking on decades of injustice. read more
Sep 21, 2019 08:59
As Batman turns 80, we find ourselves in a weird situation: Never before has the Dark Knight been as out of favour as he is now - but he has survived worse. read more
Sep 20, 2019 08:27
Rambo Last Blood movie review: Loud, full of hot air, but perversely watchable, Sylvester Stallone’s sequel might become Donald Trump’s favourite movie. read more
Sep 20, 2019 08:13
The Family Man review: Funny, slick, and surprisingly relevant, Amazon Prime delivers its best original series since Made in Heaven. Manoj Bajpayee is, as always, in excellent form. read more
Sep 16, 2019 17:58
Unbelievable review: The new Netflix miniseries, starring Toni Collette, Merritt Wever and Kaitlyn Dever is a uncomfortable, but ultimately necessary experience. Don’t miss it. read more
Sep 13, 2019 09:00
Ready or Not movie review: Wonderfully shot, funnier than most comedies, and scarily thought-provoking, it’s one of the best horror films of 2019, and establishes Samara Weaving as a star. read more
Sep 10, 2019 18:18
Blinded by the Light movie review: Gurinder Chadha’s latest film is her best since Bend it Like Beckham. Catch it on Netflix. read more
Sep 09, 2019 18:19
The Spy review: A serious dramatic turn by comic legend Sacha Baron Cohen saves Netflix’s new miniseries from being a joke. read more
Sep 06, 2019 19:29
A new film promises a deep psychological study of The Joker, Batman’s nemesis and the greatest comic book villain ever read more
Sep 06, 2019 08:42
It Chapter Two movie review: Featuring outstanding performances from Isaiah Mustafa and Bill Hader, the horror sequel is let down by its bloated length, and a poor third act. read more
Aug 30, 2019 17:26
Carnival Row review: Amazon’s big-budget Game of Thrones hopeful is too muddled to succeed, despite resonant themes and a fantastic Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne. Rating: 2\/5. read more
Aug 30, 2019 12:13
47 Meters Down Uncaged movie review: More than anything else, this shallow and subpar sequel is a reminder that nepotism isn’t just a Bollywood thing. Rating: 1.5\/5. read more
Aug 28, 2019 17:21
Les Miserables review: The BBC’s new miniseries, starring Dominic West, Lily Collins and David Oyelowo, erases the foul stench of Hugh Jackman’s unbearable 2012 musical. Rating: 4\/5. read more
Aug 26, 2019 14:21
Varun Grover, the lead writer of Netflix’s Sacred Games, talks about how his conflicted world view informed some of the most controversial moments in the series, such as the lynching scene in the second season. read more