Raj Kumar Hirani unveils the much awaited biopic Sanju and holds it magnificently as ever with ‘tears and cheers’. Rajkumar Hirani does the only thing he can. By making Sanjay Dutt, “Sanju”. By choosing to show us a child-man, full of insecurities and flaws. Make no mistake, this film is about proving that bad boys
Satish Rajwade twines the complexities of modern day relationships in ‘Aapla Manus’ with the generation gap and neglect of senior citizens in a beguiling suspense mystery that offers a cryptic touch and with a towering performance by Nana Patekar. Sr. Inspector Maruti Nagargoje (Nana Patekar) is a smart old fox who cunningly interrogates the son
PadMan. Honestly I was too skeptical after Balki’s last 2 attempts Shamitabh and of course Ki & Ka. It was a tad disappointing after so much was spoken after Cheeni Kum and Pa. But being associated with Lintas and the man himself, the emotional part got better of me and I braved myself to watch
I can’t think of another franchise that has delivered with such consistency as the Kung Fu Panda movies, which frankly seem to be raising expectations with each new installment. It’s a particularly commendable achievement at a time when it’s hard to approach any sequel without some degree of cynicism or fatigue. In Kung Fu
OMG! The reactions to this flick have been brutal, weird, funny, unexpected and so so varied, that we didn’t know where to start. Some love it, some hate, some absolutely loved it, while some are searching for Zack Snyder to bash him up. Here’s what Cinema Paradizo thinks, and we are keeping it real short.