Mon. Mar 30th, 2020

Shyamala Nawab Movie Reviews

About Shyamala Nawab:

Shyamala Nawab – Popcorn Opinions
Anything but Shy!
After years of working, I eased into the more enjoyable but hectic role of being a full time wife, mother & personal assistant to the family very easily.
Movies blend my passion for travel, food, reading and observing people perfectly. I have no favorites as I enjoy all genres depending on the flavor of popcorn, just kidding.. depends on the mood of the moment or rather the flow of the movie. Good cinema can turn/bring ones mood to the movie being watched! What better than to share my view when I am opinionated.
We have a weekend ritual with our bestie couple of a dinner & movie, what is most important is to get recliner seats in a multiplex with the best popcorn & not miss the national anthem!

List of movies reviewed by Shyamala Nawab:

  1. Gold (2018)
  2. Race 3 (2018)
  3. Stree (2018)
  4. Searching (2018)
  5. Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi (2018)
  6. Kaalakaandi (2017)
  7. Manmarziyaan (2018)
  8. Sui Dhaaga (2018)
  9. Andhadhun (2018)
  10. Helicopter Eela (2018)
  11. Thugs of Hindostan (2018)
  12. Simmba (2018)
  13. Arjun Reddy (2017)
  14. Pataakha (2018)
  15.  Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga (2019)
  16. Gully Boy (2019)
  17. Luka Chuppi (2019)
  18. Badla (2019)
  19. Photograph (2019)
  20. Zubaan (2015)
  21. Firebrand (2019)
  22. Remember Sunday (2013)
  23. Shonar Pahar (2018)
  24. Ocean’s 8 (2018)
  25. Music Teacher (2019)
  26. Kabir Singh (2019)
  27. Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota (2019)
  28. The Zoya Factor (2019)
  29. The Sky Is Pink (2019)
  30. Made In China (2019)
  31. Mardaani 2 (2019)
  32. The Two Popes (2019)
  33. Malang – Unleash The Madnes (2020)
  34. Jaawani Jaaneman (2020)
  35. Love Aaj Kal (2020)
  36. Yeh Ballet (2020)
  37. Thappad (2020)
  38. Chhappad Phaad Ke (2019)
  39. Guilty (2020)
  40. Pattas (2020)
  41. Charlie (2015)
America in Delhi.. the Uni, Cafeteria, Dorms, Band, even a scene on the Basketball court. The foul language used, the clothes worn by the students, drug abuse shown are all in the superlative yet true and what's really happening.. Perhaps not inside our colleges but still in the lives of Indian students. The actors, director, writer and cinematographer, the whole team of 'Guilty' has totally pulled it off.... Read More