Happy Birthday Aamir Khan: He Is Lucky And Unlucky Both – For His Directors. Here’s Proof

The superstar actor Aamir Khan with the Midas touch, celebrates his birthday on March 14. We wish he continues delivering the biggest blockbusters and content-driven films in years to come. He is super lucky for directors. However, he is also unlucky for the makers. As they say, Aamir Khan directs Aamir Khan – a famous

Polish Film Maverick And Director Andrzej Wajda Is Dead. Let’s Talk About His Cult War Film Trilogy – A Generation, Kanal, Ashes And Diamonds

Polish film director and Oscar winner Andrzej Wajda has died aged 90. The Polish Filmmakers’ Association confirmed the news. He directed over 40 feature films in a 60-year career. Some of his most famous films such as Kanal, Man of Marble, Man of Iron and Katyn, show his passion and interest in Poland’s disturbing and  chaotic wartime and

Raees Movie Review: Great Shades Of Shah Rukh Khan – Ram Jaane, Raj, Rahul And The Best of all ‘Raees’. SRK Ka Dimaag Aur Daring

Raees Movie Review: ‘Raees’ is Shah Rukh Khan‘s best film in years. It is the cinematic creation that his fans have been waiting for. The wait has been very long. ‘FAN’ paved the way to a new SRK, followed by ‘Dear Zindagi’ and Raees has taken it forward in the most perfect way. Raees Movie

Anurag Sinha: From Debut In Subhash Ghai’s ‘Black & White’ To ‘POW – Bandhi Yuddh Ke’, This Talented Actor Has Finally Arrived

Those of you following ‘POW – Bandhi Yuddh Ke’ currently airing on Indian television channel Star Plus, are now aware of a certain actor called Anurag Sinha. While a lot of you are pleased with his entry into the show as his character is taking the story into interesting and diverse zones, not much has

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

Jago Hua Savera: The 1958 Indo-Pak Classic Hosted At Cannes, But Pulled Out Of MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival

The 69th Cannes film festival held in May 2016, had a unique guest on screen. It was a feature film Jago Hua Savera (The Day Shall Dawn) from Pakistan that made its presence felt rather hugely in the restored movies segment. And the same film has been pulled out in India from the Jio MAMI

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