The movie review by Ronak Kotecha of Raazi starring Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal, and directed by Meghna Gulzar. Movie is about 20-year-old girl from Delhi University is suddenly thrown into a planned espionage mission amidst growing tensions between two countries and an impending war.
A movie review of 102 Not Out by Ronak Kotecha for 89.1 Radio 4. The movie is about A 102-year-old father wants to teach his 75-year-old son a lesson in living life to the fullest by exhorting him to overcome his past and embrace the present called today.
October The Movie is about An unfortunate accident changes the life of hotel management trainees Danish and Shiuli exposing layers of unconditional love, empathy, and human emotions. Review by Ronak Kotecha
The movie review of Blackmail starring Irrfan, Kirti Kulhari, Arunoday Singh and Divya Dutta by Ronak Kotecha for 89.1 Radio 4. Read and plan your weekend movie plan.
The movie review of Baaghi 2 starring Tiger Shroff, Disha Patani, Randeep Hooda and Manoj Bajpayee by Ronak Kotecha for 89.1 Radio 4. Read and plan your weekend movie plan!
3 Storeys starring Sharman Joshi, Richa Chadha, Pulkit Samrat and Renuka Shahane. The movie has 3 stories intertwined leading to a bizarre twist. Read the review before making plans for the weekend.
Aiyaary Movie Review by Ronak Kotecha; A young Indian army officer goes on a rebellious mission to save the country from vested business interests but can he do that without getting into trouble from his own ilk?
Movie Review of PadMan by Ronak Kotecha; Based on wife Twinkle Khanna’s short story in her book ‘The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad’, ‘Padman’ is Akshay Kumar’s ode to Tamil Nadu’s social activist Arunachalam Muruganantham, who invented low cost sanitary napkins for women in rural India.
A movie review of Padmaavat by Ronak Kotecha;
Based on the Indian Sufi poet Malik Muhammad Jayasi’s epic poem Padmavat, the film is essentially a war between Allaudin Khilji’s lust for absolute power that puts him crosshairs with the Rajputs of Chittorgarh.
A movie review of Tiger Zinda Hai by Ronak Kotecha; Ex-RAW agent ‘Tiger’ embarks on a do-or-die mission - a race against time to rescue trapped Indian and Pakistani nurses from the jaws of death. Will he, won’t he?
A movie review of Fukrey Returns by Ronak Kotecha;The Fukrey Boys are back but thankfully not any wiser. This sequel to the 2013 sleeper hit ‘Fukrey’ brings back the four young and aimless boys (Hunny, Choocha, Lali and Zafar). When their lottery gig to payback the lady don Bholi Punjaban goes wrong they chance upon yet another outlandish idea.
A movie review of Firangi by Ronak Kotecha; The film is about a village simpleton whose kick to the back can cure spasms lands a job with the British administration, but he must do what it takes to save the day when demand from his Firangi boss threatens to uproot the love of his life.
A movie review of Tumhari Sulu by Ronak Kotecha; An effervescent middle-class housewife finds her true calling as the voice of a sultry late night show on radio that puts her seemingly ordinary life to test.
Review of Bhoomi by Ronak Kotecha; An ugly incident right before her big day throws a to-be-brides life into complete disarray along with her loving father until they decide to take matters into their own hands.
Review of Lucknow Central by Ronak Kotecha; A wannabe singer is wrongly incarcerated in a murder case. As an undertrial on death row, he sees a music band of fellow jailbirds as his only escape to freedom.
Review of IT by Ronak Kotecha; A bunch of kids in a sleepy American town ‘Derry’ are haunted by a shifty evil dancing clown who awakens every 3 decades and many go missing. They must face their own demons to fight the blood thirsty joker, who in his own words, “feeds on their fears and feasts on their flesh.”
Review of American Made by Ronak Kotecha; A private airline pilot unwittingly finds himself at the center one of the biggest, most covert and dangerous CIA operations in American history that spawns the birth of the Medellin cartel and threatens to rock the Reagen White House.