Kareena Kapoor

Despite a barrage of colour and noise, Punit Malholtra’s paper-thin romantic comedy Gori Tere Pyaar Mein is little more than a lazy star vehicle for two of Bollywood’s big names, neither of whom seem particularly keen to be involved.
Indian protest film plays its safe.
The title references Gandhi, who coined the word, which means something like 'truth force’. The plot – about a popular political movement that aims to reform a cripplingly corrupt bureaucracy – is a fictionalised take on famed India activist Anna...
Thriller aims for something deeper.
This intricately plotted thriller from director Reema Kagti has a weird, ethereal mood. Still, it kicks off as an earthy, real-world police procedural. In the stunning opening, a car races through the night down a Mumbai coast road. Without any...
Bollywood spy spoof falls short of its good intentions.
Far too silly to be India’s answer to James Bond and too self-consciously serious to be a Bollywood Austin Powers, Sriram Raghavan’s remake of Agent Vinod more closely resembles Michel Hazanavicius’ OSS 117 capers in its stylised excess and hit...
A witty romp about the ties that bind.
Golmaal 3 opens with a trailer, kind of. Which is to say, it opens with a 'bang’"¦or at least, a chorus of big smiles. The entire cast takes part in a lengthy song and dance routine, while the titles done up in a 70’s pop-art style, spin, explode...