A political drama with a detailed disclaimer about hurting the sentiments of anyone, Madhur Bhandarkar's controversial "Indu Sarkar" is a cleverly plotted propaganda film.
The film has good production values and is definitely not the apt tribute to Michael Jackson as suggested by the Director.
The much-awaited "Lipstick Under My Burkha" is a bold and brutally honest film about the unbridled dreams of four women, trapped in their lives owing to societal norms and stereotypes.
Overall, with a run time of two hours and forty five minutes, there are moments when you inadvertently end up snatching forty winks.
The humour is derived from self-deprecation along with Bollywood and comic-book character references, making the film a time-limited, fragile product.