'Gurgaon': Dark but not compelling enough

The film opens with a promising, serious sequence that preaches how nature is violated by man and warns us about its repercussions. But the story that follows is too feeble to substantiate this initial claim. Mounted as a noir thriller and embedded with artificial flourish, Shanker Raman's maiden directorial venture "Gurgaon" is a ......Read Full Review

'Gurgaon': Blood-soaked Shakespearean parable on crime, redemption

The gleaming, glittering surfaces of Gurgaon which stands between the violent hinterland of Haryana and the capital politics of Delhi, renders itself with ironic radiance to the themes of entrepreneurial greed and violence in cinema. Atul Sabharwal's "Aurangzeb" was an underrated attempt at understanding the strife that controls the ......Read Full Review