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

Denial Movie Trailer: Academy Award Winner Rachel Weisz, Timothy Spall Fight Over The Holocaust And Hitler’s Gas Chambers

Academy Award winner Rachel Weisz joins Timothy Spall in the Holocaust denial drama ‘Denial‘, based on true facts. The trailer doesn’t shy away from making it look like a controversial and emotional drama that promises to make the viewing a walk on the tight rope. The script is written by playwright David Hare based on Deborah

Danny Boyle’s ‘Trainspotting 2’ Teaser Is Here And It’s Not Called ‘Porno’

It’s been 20 years since Danny Boyle arrived with a bang and hit the jackpot with Trainspotting. And now he’s back with T2 – Trainspotting 2 teaser with the original cast and characters – Ewan McGregor, Ewen Bremner, and Jonny Lee Miller. Trainspotting 2 is loosely based on the sequel of the same novel Trainspotting

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

Steven Soderbergh To Take On The Panama Papers In His Next Movie After Logan Lucky. We Can’t Wait To Watch It Already!

The Panama Papers shook the world, and they are set to rock the silver screen now thanks to ace filmmaker Steven Soderbergh. The Steven Soderbergh film on Panama Papers leak will be based on the upcoming book The Secrecy World by Jake Bernstein. Jake is an investigative reporter who played a key role in unveiling

Winner of Palme d’Or For ‘Taste Of Cherry’, Iranian Filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami Dies In France

Multi-award-winning Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami, known prominently for his 1997 film ‘Taste of Cherry’, which also won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes film festival, died at the age of 76 on Monday. A news report in The Guardian said – “Abbas Kiarostami who had traveled to France for treatment, has died,” reported the semi-official

Asghar Farhadi’s ‘The Salesman’ Bags The Best International Film Award at Munich Film Festival

Asghar Farhadi’s ‘The Salesman’ continues to fetch big honors at international film festivals. The film has emerged as the Best International Film at the Munich Film Festival. Apart from ‘The Salesman’, ‘All Three of Us’ French-Iranian comic Kheiron’s directorial debut, walked away with the festival’s audience award. The Iranian drama The Salesman won the ARRI/Osram

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