Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Movie Review: The Passionate Actor Ranbir Kapoor Returns, Karan Johar Uses European Arthouse Cinema Storytelling, Anushka Rocks, Aishwarya Sizzles – You’ll Either Hate It Or Love It

Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Movie Review: Karan Johar’s latest romance with cinema ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ is a tricky film to write about. It is easy to not like the film for some, while some will fall in love with it right from the first frame, and some would hate it to the core. While there

Shivaay Movie Review: Ajay Devgn Brings The Cult Of Shiva Alive On The Big Screen

Bhakt Ajay Devgn plays Shivaay and translates his devotion to Lord Shiva into a feature film. Just like Shiva, a man of no words or less words, I’ll keep it short. Visually stunning and transcendental in nature, Shivaay celebrates the mythology of mystic yogi Shiva. The film tackles the rising evil of child trafficking, with

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

M S Dhoni Movie Review: It Starts With A Ton, Stumbles On A Bouncer, Loses Ground On A Yorker, Recovers With A Six, Ends As A Brand

M S Dhoni Movie Review: Neeraj Pandey’s biopic on Indian cricketer and most successful India cricket team captain, relies heavily on Brand Dhoni and Sushant Singh’s flawless portrayal of the character. Sushant’s body, mind and speech are in perfect sync to nail the skipper’s personality. M S Dhoni Movie Review: So the start credits show up on

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

Ajay Devgn’s Production Starring Radhika Apte ‘Parched’ Leaked Online Before Release

First it was the love making scene between lead actors Adil Hussain and Radhika Apte, and now the whole film Parched is leaked online by pirates. Yes you read it right, Parched movie has been leaked online by miscreants. Some torrent sites already have the whole film, and it may have already been downloaded a

Adoor Gopalakrishnan: Yes, I am scared of piracy now hence avoid film festivals. Someone somewhere will get hold of a copy and upload it online

Acclaimed Malayalam filmmaker Adoor Gopalakrishnan is scared of piracy, hence chooses to keep his films away from film festivals now. This concern, he raised in a conversation with daily newspaper The Hindu recently. Adding to growing concerns over films getting leaked online before their release dates, Adoor Gopalakrishnan went on to say ‘someone somewhere will

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