Missed a movie? Catch it on TV! Take your pick from our genre-rating table and see if it's on Netflix, Amazon, or your DTH service.

Namaste England poster

Wogma rating: Watch if you have nothing better to do

Quick review: Dialogue-heavy. Has a supposed agenda which doesn’t connect because it feels exaggerated despite being one close to my heart – a woman’s struggle between own aspirations and family. The real agenda is even more tiresome.

Badhaai Ho poster

Wogma rating: Must see - on the big screen

Quick review: The movie doesn’t take its basic premise further and yet goes way beyond it. The relationship nuances touched upon are rarely seen in films. Free of drama, glamour, action, this ‘it is what it is’ family drama, is a thoroughly engaging and insightful entertainer. Just the one ‘apology’ scene makes the film a winner.

Tumbbad poster

Wogma rating: Catch on TV/online for sure

Quick review: A meaty story and a gory film which deviates from the typical possessed body horror storyline. Chills the spine as a horror film about supernatural phenomenon should even though I am not convinced horror films should be made at all.

Helicopter Eela poster

Wogma rating: Even the keen, wait for it to come on TV/online

Quick review: A different but thin story-line that stretches too long, most of which you know from the trailer, including the 2-3 funny lines. ‘Different’ gets some points though.

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