Ankhon Dekhi movie review: Underrated and under-watched

Written and directed by Rajat Kapoor, who has an amazing filmography of offbeat, unorthodox, low-budget treasures, Ankhon Dekhi is another feather in his cap

Sunny Mahat

The Silent Patient book review: Absolutely riveting

The blurb doesn’t do justice to the riveting story. The Silent Patient is a taut psychological thriller that you won’t be able to put down

Keyur Basnet

Kate movie review: Old wine in new style

Kate is a commercial production that at times feels like one of those ‘fan-made’ trailers on YouTube created by cutting scenes from various movies and joining them together

Sunny Mahat

Book Review | Blown away

This book has topped the list of my all-time favorites and, I have a feeling, it’s there to stay

Keyur Basnet

Movie Review | Dui Rupaiyan: Worth your two rupees

The Dui Rupaiyan film is full of goofball moments, unexpected conflicts and witty escapades. It races through and is fairly enjoyable through its 1hr 52mins run-time

Sunny Mahat

Book Review | Not worth the hype

It goes nowhere for more than half of the book—just pointlessly moving about in circles trying to establish a point that could have been made in a few chapters

Keyur Basnet

Movie Review | Shikara: Visually engaging but sans...

Debutants Sadia Khateeb and Aadil Khan play Shanti and Shiv Kumar Dhar, a young couple who find themselves in the eye of the cyclone during the Kashmir insurgency

Sunny Mahat

Book Review | A cozy, feel-good book

It’s a work of fiction but, in a way, it is self-help too. It will make you re-evaluate your thinking and look into your actions to see what subtle changes you can make to significantly alter your life

Keyur Basnet

Movie Review | Ghampani: A not-to-miss social drama

Ghampani sums up Dipendra Lama’s style of writing and directing stories, characters and settings that are uncanny mirrors of our society

Sunny Mahat

Movie Review | ​​Clickbait: When the internet becomes...

Using Nick and his family Clickbait tells the stories of millions of people who have been wronged online one way or the other

Sunny Mahat

Book Review | Dark and unsettling

What makes it charming and creepy is the claustrophobia-inducing setting. You feel trapped in a castle with three eccentric characters

Keyur Basnet

Movie Review | Dhanapati: A must watch Nepali film...

This is one movie that I think is criminally underrated and deserves more attention. Directed by Dipendra K. Khanal, the film stars the very talented Khagendra Lamichhane in the lead

Sunny Mahat

Book Review | A Stranger in the House: Predictably...

I wasn’t disappointed but having been exposed to Lapena’s writing style I saw what she was trying to do

Keyur Basnet

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