Mirzya Movie Review: A Maker’s Indulgence In Art, Poetry In Motion, Breathtaking Visuals, Deep Soulful Music, Esoteric Rajasthan…….& A Cold Lead Pair

Mirzya Movie Review: Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra reminds me of Vidhu Vinod Chopra – obsessed and super talented in the art and technique of telling a story, but gradually losing the grip on characters, actors and their personal & interrelated journeys. Mirzya may remind some of you of Amitabh Bachchan’s ‘Eklavya The Royal Guard’, which is considered

Pink Movie Review: 2016’s Best Film, Amitabh Bachchan’s Best Act, Hindi Cinema’s Redemption Film, And When She Says ‘NO’ She Means ‘NO’

Pink Movie Review: End credits start rolling. Everyone is seated. There are serious faces, thinking bodies, concerned citizens and contemplating minds – a subtle seated standing ovation for the greatness they just witnessed. I am feeling thankful for this ‘Pink’ experience. Once in a decade comes a film that does this, and makes viewers sit up

Mohenjo Daro Movie Review: Story of ‘GREED’ – the cornerstone of human civilization. Move Over Bollywood ‘Products’ Here’s A ‘Work Of Art’. Hrithik Roshan Leads The Way

Mohenjo Daro Review: The film starts with a disclaimer stating it does not claim any authenticity of history, and that Mohenjo Daro’s history itself is a victim of various theories, none of which are verified with 100% accuracy. Once you understand this and choose to watch the civilization in the film as merely fictional that happens

Rustom Movie Review: Brilliant Akshay Kumar Saves A Sloppy Film, Boring Court Case, False Passion, Forced Suspense & ‘Thanda Kaleja’

‘Rustom’ had already won the race against ‘Mohenjo Daro’ with its trailer and the viewer’s building enthusiasm. The smartly edited trailer promised a compelling courtroom drama. Sadly that is not the case. In fact the ‘court’ appears on screen only 10 minutes into the second half! I have to applaud the trailer editor of Rustom

On Literary Genius Munshi Premchand’s Birth Anniversary Let’s Look At Some Classic Movies Based On His Iconic Stories

Munshi Premchand born on July 31, 1880, inspired many films that will always stay memorable, which include some unforgettable movies and creations by master directors Gulzar, Satyajit Ray and Bimal Roy. Remember Shatranj Ke Khiladi and Do Bigha Zameen, or the most recent being Tehreer, a TV series on Godan that aired on Indian national

Madaari Movie Review: Irrfan Khan Challenges The Government, Politicians And Their ‘Primary Business’ – Corruption

“The government is not corrupt; the government exists for corruption.” – this sums up what Madaari is trying to convey through its main protagonist played by Irrfan Khan. Madaari marks the comeback of Nishikant Kamat the intelligent and socially aware director after a string of average films. Nishikant and Irrfan worked together in the brilliant

Here Are Some Of The Best Hollywood Hostage Movies! How Many Have You Seen?

Recently the world witnessed yet another hostage situation – this time in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Finally in a happy ending, the Bangladeshi troops cleared the cafe, killed the gunmen, and freed the hostages. We thought it’s the right time to look at some of the best Hollywood hostage movies, as they bring out the pain and

Raman Raghav 2.0 Movie Review: The Protégé Beats His Mentor; Nawazuddin Makes The Fear And Terror Real

Raman Raghav 2.0 Movie Review: Anurag Kashyap is trying to find his – as they say – mojo back with this film. He returns to his familiar territory of dark, intense and disturbed characters. But let’s just say – this time his protégé Nawazuddin Siddiqui beats the mentor, and ends up owning the best parts

Check Out These 7 Amazing Facts About the Classic Hollywood Film ‘Casablanca’

Casablanca – which movie lover hasn’t seen this film! Directed by Michael Curtiz, Casablanca is often considered Humphrey Bogart’s best film as an actor, and Ingrid Bergman will always be remembered for her subtle yet strong performance. And did you know that no character in Casablanca ever said, “Play it again, Sam.” Here are 7