Delhi Crime might be a glorification of the police force, but it is also a mirror to our society. It might absolve the Delhi police of its alleged dereliction of duties, but it is also a reminder that we vouched, and hoped, for a similar incident to never happen again.
Remakes are always tricky, but Sujoy is smart enough to know that there is no need to repair anything that isn't broken
The film comes into its own only towards the end of the 126-minute runtime when it becomes a comedy of errors, but it is a case of too little too late
Makers of 90 ML are not interested in providing a half-baked product to just appease sections of the audience, who are not yet ready to see women smoke, drink, talk about their sexual desires, and even sex in general.
Tackling the overarching theme of globalisation and housing problems, Chezhiyan takes us through a number of smaller issues with the help of his protagonists, who deliver nuanced performances that belie their inexperience in front of the camera