Finding Fatimah: When Millennial Muslims look for love

Finding Fatimah is a fresh take on the great British Muslim matrimonial crisis. How to find love (and get married) as you approach your...

City of Tiny Lights: Riz Ahmed is the star of this noir crime thriller

If you aren't a Riz Ahmed fan already (WHY aren't you by the way? but more on that later) you will be by the...

Phillauri: A tale of love and longing

Phillauri is Anushka Sharma’s second home production, and much like her first, NH10, it tries to tell a different story. The film has a...

Movie review: Udta Punjab – This is what cinema should be!

By AYESHA BABARBefore I go on to the film itself, a small note: Udta Punjab has had more than its share of controversy. First,...

Fan: Watch it, ‘Fan’ or no ‘Fan’!

By AYESHA BABARFan has a very basic premise – there’s Gaurav, a middle-class boy from Inder Nagar in Delhi who is obsessed with a...

Review: Cabana’s ‘Brasilliant’ Food in laid-back South American surroundings

One thing you could never accuse Cabana of being is boring. Tucked away next to the ever-bustling hub of Trinity Kitchen in Leeds, its...

Ki & Ka: When the woman wears the suits and the man the heels!

BY Ayesha BabarAt the outset, Ki and Ka looks like a fun concept – the classic case of role reversal – the woman is...

FILM REVIEW: Kapoor and Sons: This could be your family!

By Ayesha Babar‘It’s a family film’ is probably the second most abused phrase in Bollywood after the ‘we are just friends’ line. It is...

NEERJA: A must-watch emotional ride

By AYESHA BABAR2016 seems to be the year when Bollywood celebrates real-life heroes on the big screen. We saw Akshay Kumar paying tribute to...

Film Review: Airlift – Akshay Kumar shines throughout, delivering one of the finest, most-...

By AYESHA BABARIf you are looking for a well-made Bollywood film, with a sharp script and many heart-warming moments, you are in luck. Airlift,...