Movie Reviews


    

Movie Review: Meri Pyaari Bindu

Posted: May 14, 2017

Meri Pyaari Bindu: Not So Pyaari After All... As the name suggests the movie is of the principle character Bindu (Parineeti Chopra) through the eyes of her childhood friend cum admirer cum lover Boobla (Ayushman Khurana). The story primarily set in North Kolkata oscillates not only as far as location goes but also in overall graph of the story. So the movie is of the friendship cum love of Boobla a.k.a Abhimanyu Roy, a C grade cheap pulp novelist who re-visits his memories with her next door neighbour Bindu, an extremely vivacious, fickleContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Rangoon

Posted: February 25, 2017

Rangoon: A Beautiful Canvas without the soul Vishal Bharadwaj the ace film maker has mastered the art of narrating complex stories on human relations and he is a master in adapting Shakespeare’s work in Hindi movies. All of Vishal’s adaptation of Shakespearian work has been a critical and box office success. With “Rangoon” Vishal tries to keep it simple with a triangular love story in Broadway style with a back drop of World War 2 and Independence Struggle in 1944. “Rangoon” set in 1944 tells the story of Julia (Kangana Ranaut) aContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: The Ghazi Attack

Posted: February 19, 2017

The Ghazi Attack: A befitting salute to The Indian Navy War movies are very few in Bollywood, and there are very few directors like J. P. Dutta in 90’s or Chetan Anand in 60’s who take the pain to explore the subject. War movie genre that is inspired by real life incident was last seen in “LOC” in 2003. “The Ghazi Attack” dares to explore the genre, but this time it is the Indian Navy which is explored which I think is for the first time in Bollywood that a movie on Indian Navy has been made, so apt tag line “First Under water WarContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Irada

Posted: February 17, 2017

Irada: Fails in its IRADA to Entertain Brilliant Concept and a compelling cast are two ingredients of a good movie, but if the screenplay and execution falters both the ingredients is just a waste. Well “Irada” is such a catastrophe. “Irada” tells the story of small town of Punjab where a PPFL, a  Pharma company owned by businessman Paddy Sharma (Sharad Kelkar) has a supremacy in the city and the state, having the CM Ramandeep Braitch (Divya Dutta) under his influence. The company does reverse boring to dispose the chemical waste, whereinContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Jolly LLB 2

Posted: February 11, 2017

Jolly LLB 2: Right Mix of Realistic & Commercial Cinema “Jolly LLB” released in 2013, set a trend for court room drama genre. Based on the real life incident of hit and run, the movie was a commercial and critical success. “Jolly LLB 2” is a sequel of the same, but with an absolutely new story of police fake encounters which are rampant nowadays. The story shifts to Lucknow for the sequel, and tells the story of yet another lawyer Jagdishwar Prasad Mishra a.k.a Jolly (Akshay Kumar) who though a LLB, but works as a Man Friday for theContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Kaabil

Posted: January 27, 2017

Kaabil: A Revenge Saga with a Twist “Kaabil” as any other Sanjay Gupta movie is an inspired piece work, the movie takes cues from 1990 movie “Blind Fury” and the 2014 Korean movie “Broken”, but still stands out as an original overall. “Kaabil” tell us the story of a blind couple Rohan Bhatnagar (Hrithik Roshan) a dubbing artist and Supriya (Yami Gautam) who works for a NGO, they meet and decide to spend the rest of their lives in blissful matrimony, but destiny has other plans and their lives get shattered when the local corporator’sContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Raees

Posted: January 27, 2017

Raees: Old Wine in Old Bottle Shahrukh Khan’s “Raees” created a buzz the day the teaser was launched in 2015. Cut to 2017 when the movie released on 25th Jan’17, whether it really lived up to the excpectations??? “Raees” revisits the 80‘s genre of Hindi movies where the whole story revolved around the main protagonist and he is capable of doing anything and everything. Well the storyline of “Raees” follows the similar pattern, set in the 80’s it tells the story of an underdog Raees Khan (Shahrukh Khan) a bootlegger in organized crime scene Continue reading →

    

Movie Review: Ok Jaanu

Posted: January 13, 2017

Ok Jaanu: Sweet but NOT Impactful Love Stories are a tight rope to walk on, it either can be extremely engaging and cathartic or it can be flat and boring. Ok Jaanu is a remake of 2015 Tamil Hit “O Kadhal Kanamai” written & directed by Mani Ratnam, an ace in love stories, hit the bulls eye.. “Ok Jaanu” is an urban love story of a couple Adi (Aditya Roy Kapoor) and Tara (Shradha Kapoor) who does not want to get married and settle for a live- in relationship as they do not want to commit for long term as they have their respectiveContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Dangal

Posted: December 23, 2016

Dangal: Movie of the year 2016 Some movies just entertain and some movies inspire along with entertaining, “Dangal” is one such a movie, which is emotional and inspiring yet entertaining. “Dangal” is based on the true story of Mahavir Singh Phogat (Aamir Khan) and his journey in making his daughters Geeta (Fatima/Zaira) and Babita(Sanya/Suhani) international wrestlers. The movie encapsulates the struggle, the tribulations of Mahavir and his daughters in a male dominated society and to top it all in a male dominated sport wrestling. TheContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Wajah Tum Ho

Posted: December 16, 2016

Wajah Tum Ho: Absolutely No Wajah of Watching It is said that you need a good story & screenplay to make a good movie, but you also need good cast to execute the good script. “Wajah Tum Ho” is exactly a case of a good story but bad set of actors spoil the movie... “Wajah Tum Ho” tells the story of a news channel whose broadcast is hacked to show case Live murders. The CEO of the news channel Rahul Oberoi (Rajneish Duggal ) is convicted by Mumbai Police headed by Inspector Kabir (Sharman Joshi). Is Rahul the real culprit? Who is theContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Befikre

Posted: December 12, 2016

Befikre: A caricature in the name of Modern Love Story Aditya Chopra tries to break his mould of a conventional love story maker to a contemporary love story maker with “Befikre”; well there is no problem in that but we have misconceptions of a modern or contemporary love story that it needs to be bereft of any emotions and passion, and that a modern day couple are only there for fun... Taking that concept Aditya Chopra weaves in the quirky love story of Dharam (Ranveer Singh) and Shyra (Vaani Kapoor) who are two modern day individuals.Continue reading →

    

Movie Review: Kahaani 2-Durga Rani Singh

Posted: December 3, 2016

Kahaani 2-Durga Rani Singh: A Kahaani too Predictable It is always a hard luck for a sequel to be compared to its prequel which cannot be changed and “Kahaani 2” without doubt will be compared to “Kahaani”, though both the movies are different and has no bearing with each other, other than the genre. The comparison is inevitable since Sujoy Ghosh teams up again with Vidya Balan after “Kahaani” and that to in a thriller.. “Kahaani 2” commences with the story of a middle class working woman Vidya Sinha(Vidya Balan) who has a spastic daughter Continue reading →

    

Movie Review: Dear Zindagi

Posted: November 26, 2016

Dear Zindagi: Dear Actors make it Dear to watch “Dear Zindagi” has a fabulous set up, a stellar ensemble cast led by none other than Shahrukh Khan & Alia Bhatt who come together for the first time, a director like Gauri Shinde whose last outing as a director was “English Vinglish” which was both critically acclaimed and a box office success and a good concept... “Dear Zindagi” is a movie from the eyes of the principal character Kaira (Alia Bhatt), who has issues with her love relationships as she is commitment phobic, this leads toContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Force 2

Posted: November 18, 2016

Force 2: Forceful Action with Less Impact “Force” the prequel to “Force 2” directed by Nishikant Kamat which released in 2011 which was a remake of a Tamil Movie, established John Abraham as out and out action hero, since then John Abraham has not looked back. Every movie of John is packed with high octane action and show of muscle, and “Force 2” is no less... “Force 2” starts 5 years hence from where the prequel ended in China where 3 RAW agents are killed, out of which is Harish (Freddy Daruwala), ACP Yashvardhan’s (John Abraham)Continue reading →

    

Movie Review: Rock On 2

Posted: November 13, 2016

Rock On 2: Nothing rocking about it... Excel Entertainment, co-partnered by Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani has always tried in re-inventing content in Bollywood, starting from their first “Dil Chahta Hai”. “Rock On” which released in 2008, introduced rock music to Bollywood and each and every song became popular taking the music directors Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy to a different level, and so were the movie which was based on a rock band “Magik” and its team members. “Rock On” was not only received critical acclaim but it was a box officeContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Shivaay

Posted: November 2, 2016

Shivaay: Too much ado about nothing Ajay Devgn always had a penchant for extravagance; remember “Raju Chacha” or even his first directorial venture “U Me Aur Hum”, “Shivaay” is ten steps ahead as far as the mounting of the movie and extravagant production value is concerned... “Shivaay” traces the journey of a Himalayan mountaineer Shivaay (Ajay Devgn) who runs a business of taking tourists for trekking on the Himalayas. In one such trekking expedition he meets Olga (Erika Kaar) a Bulgarian national who loves India. They fall in love andContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Ae Dil Hai Mushkil

Posted: November 1, 2016

Ae Dil Hai Mushkil: Ranbir wins Dil without any Mushkil Karan Johar movies are essentially escapist cinema which is more of candy floss with beautiful actors wearing high end clothes, amazing locations and high profile song sequences, with a story of the rich and the famous. Barring “My Name is Khan” all his other movies till date have the above formula. “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” the much awaited Diwali release tells the story of Ayan Sengar (Ranbir Kapoor) who is a rich brat from London who is doing his MBA (Mere Baap Ki Aarzoo)but who wantsContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Mirziya

Posted: October 8, 2016

Mirziya: A Beautiful Canvas with bland colours of emotions “Mirziya” , a lot is at stake, first it is the debut movie of Anil Kapoor’s son Harshvardhan Kapoor, second Gulzar returns as a writer after 17 year, thirdly it is being directed by the ace director Rakesh Omprakash Mehra...Well with so much happening whether the movie was worth a watch let us see... “Mirziya” is a contemporary take on the folk lore love story of Mirza Sahibaan, it tellsContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : M. S. Dhoni

Posted: October 1, 2016

M. S. Dhoni-The Untold Story: Sushant makes Dhoni his own & shines... Cricket & Movies are a religion in India; hence a movie on cricket is always something looking forward to. The curiosity increases if the movie is based on the most successful captain of the Indian Cricket Team Mahendra Singh Dhoni and the director is Neeraj Pandey who has proved his credentials with his last three impressive outings A Wednesday, Special 26 and Baby... Well “M S Dhoni-The Untold Story” gives a peek on the life of Dhoni before he became theContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Banjo

Posted: September 23, 2016

Banjo:  Music which could have been Better Ravi Jadhav after his successful stint in Marathi films with Natrang, Balgandharva, Balak Palak, Timepass & Timepass 2, debuts in Bollywood with “Banjo”. Such a high profile director the expectations of “Banjo” automatically go sky high.... “Banjo” tells the story of 4 guys from the slum Tarrat (Ritesh Deshmukh), who works for the local politican as an extortionist, but his heart  is in playing theContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Pink

Posted: September 17, 2016

Pink: The New Color of Women’s Liberation “PINK” as the name suggests is a woman centric theme. But it is far removed from the fun & frolic that you normally associate to the color “PINK”, it is the story of struggles and tribulation of an average Indian women of today… “PINK” tells the story of three working girls Minal Arora (Tapsee Pannu), Falak Ali (Kirti Kulhari) and Andrea (Andrea Tariang) who stay together in PG accommodation in Delhi. Their life takes a 360 degree turn when one night they fall prey to a gang of guys comprisingContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Dishoom

Posted: July 30, 2016

Dishoom: An Extremely Average Punch with No Impact Rohit Dhawan came up with a decent fair with “Desi Boyz” in 2011 wherein he explored the world of Gigolos, but with “Dishoom” Rohit explores the thriller genre… “Dishoom” is primarily set in Middle East where an Indian cricketer Viraj Sharma (Saqib Saleem) is abducted 36 hours before the final between India & Pakistan. The Indian Govt sends a Special Task Force official KabirShergill (John Abraham) for the mission of getting back Viraj. Kabir teams up with a rookie inspector JunaidContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Sultan

Posted: July 8, 2016

Sultan: A GOOD blend of Bollywood Masala with a hint of Realism Since the last few years Eid is not only the celebration of the festival but also a celebration of Salman Khan’s films, and Salman’s fans have not disappointed him, and given him a 100 Crs Eidi every year…. But since last year the trend of Salman Khan’s Eid releases have seen a sea change in the genre, last year it was “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” and this year it is “Sultan”, a genre which was alien to Salman and his movies. Normally Salman Khan Movies were light comedies with someContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Waiting

Posted: May 28, 2016

Waiting: A beautiful catharsis Some movies just touch your heart and make a lasting impact, “Waiting” is one such movie which explores the grim reality of life and shows us how we can have a positive outlook in such situation... “Waiting” is a story of two strangers Shiv Kumar (Naseeruddin Shah) and Tara Deshpande (Kalki Koechlin) who meet in a hospital waiting room, both are in the same situation, Shiv’s wife Pankaja (Suhasini Mani Ratnam) is in coma for last 8 months and Tara who is newly married, her husband Rajat (Arjun Mathur) has met Continue reading →

    

Movie Review: Phobia

Posted: May 27, 2016

Phobia: A Phobia which thrills Psychological thrillers are not that common in Bollywood, the last psychological thriller which made some impact was “404” directed by Prawal Raman in 2011...post which there has not been any psychological thriller in true sense in Bollywood until “Phobia” now... “Phobia” tells us the story of Mahek (Radhika Apte) an artist who after an unfortunate incident suffers from Agoraphobia which starts affecting her life and near & dear ones... so she starts living alone in a flat, where she starts experiencingContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Sarbjit

Posted: May 21, 2016

Sarbjit: An Inspiring Story, But Falls short to Impress It is raining biopic this month first it was “Azhar” and now “Sarbjit”. “Azhar” failed to impress the critics and audience alike, will “Sarbjit” be successful in winning the hearts is the big question... “Sarbjit” tells the heart wrenching story of Dalbir Kaur (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan) and her struggle to get her brother Sarabjit Singh (Randeep Hooda) back to India, who by mistake crosses the LOC and is arrested by Pakistani soldiers and is falsely convicted for terrorist activities in Continue reading →

    

Movie Review: Azhar

Posted: May 14, 2016

Azhar: A Caricature Than a Biopic Biopics are sensitive themes, if they are not handled with utmost care it becomes a caricature, well “Azhar” falls in that category...”Neerja”, “Mary Kom”, “Bhaag Milkha Bhaag” are some of the best biopics of Bollywood.... “Azhar” chronicles the life of famous cricketer and ex-captain of India Mohammad Azharuddin from his Hyderabad days to his glory as a cricketer and his fall due to the controversial match fixing case and his lifetime ban from cricket, the movie specifically emphasizes on Azharuddin’sContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Baaghi

Posted: April 30, 2016

Baaghi: Nothing Rebellious about this Rebel Sabbir Khan introduced Tiger Shroff to Bollywood in an impressive “Heropanti” which may not be termed as a classic but it was entertaining and an ideal launch vehicle for a newcomer and giving due credit to Tiger Shroff he did not disappoint us. The same director actor duo comes up with “Baaghi”....hence the expectations are high... “Baaghi” has slim story line of a rebel Ronny who is sent to Kerala by his dying father to Guruswamy (Grandmaster Shifuji Shaurya Bharadwaj) to be trained in martialContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Nil Battey Sannata

Posted: April 22, 2016

Nil Battey Sannata : Passed with distinction.... Some movies entertain you and you tend to forget them, but some movies are very simple but yet they  entertain you but also tend remain in your mind long after the movie gets over...”Nil Battey Sannata” is one such movie. The story of “Nil Battey Sannata” captures the trials and tribulations of a mother who has high expectations and big dreams for her daughter. It also captures the strata of the society who need to earn on a daily basis to run their kitchens, our domestic help... ChandaContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Fan

Posted: April 16, 2016

FAN: The Jabra FAN shines over SRK For the last few years after “Chak De”, Shahrukh just could not get it right, though his movies did 100 crores but somewhere the actor Shahrukh was camouflaged by the STAR Shahrukh Khan.... Good News is “FAN” brings back the ACTOR Shahrukh Khan on silver screen with the portrayal of Gaurav Chandana who is a BIG fan of Aryan Khanna (Shahrukh Khan) and has a striking resemblance to Aryan. Gaurav is famous amongst his West Delhi locality as the Junior Aryan Khanna. He wins a competition in a local fare andContinue reading →

    

Ki and Ka: Movie Review

Posted: April 2, 2016

Ki & Ka: Has the Spice but still remains bland... Being different is R Balki’s forte, and “Ki & Ka” is no different. It tells us of role reversal of genders in Indian Society. Abroad house husbands are quite common, but not in India, hence a movie on house husband is a novel idea for India.... R Balki tells us the story of Kia and Kabir. Kia (Kareena Kapoor) is a high flying marketing manager who meets Kabir (Arjun Kapoor) son of a reputed builder, in a flight and subsequently they fall in love and get married..But they were aContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Rocky Handsome

Posted: March 25, 2016

Rocky Handsome: Too Brawny Less Brainy Nishikant Kamat is recognized as a film maker who makes sensible cinema what with “Domibivili Fast”, “Mumbai Meri Jaan”, “Force”, “Lai Bhari” and “Drishyam” remake. “Force” was undoubtedly one of the most stylish and path breaking films of 2011, it actually established John Abraham as an action hero... With “Rocky Handsome”, Nishikant Kamat again comes together with John Abraham to re-create the magic of “Force” again. This time they choose to adapt the 2010 Korean hit “The Man From Nowhere”.... ItContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Jai Gangaajal

Posted: March 5, 2016

Jai Gangaajal: Old wind in a new Bottle Prakash Jha has been synonymous with realistic cinema especially with political background of Bihar. Prakash Jha did a comeback of sorts with “Gangaajal” in 2003 which was based on Bhagalpur blinding incidents and which became a big hit establishing Prakash Jha as a commercial film maker.... Jai Gangaajal is an extension of his “Gangaajal” which is based on the same premise of Police Force against corrupt politicians. But the main protagonist is now a female SP Abha Mathur who gets her first bigContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Zubaan

Posted: March 4, 2016

Zubaan: Glitzy & Sparkling without A Soul Off late “Coming of Age” theme movies have been quite common, “Zubaan” is an addition to that list of movies, and where “Zubaan” is different is its musical format... Story of Mozez Singh narrates the story of Dilsher (Vicky Kaushal) who is the son of a singer who used to sing Gurubani in a gurudwara in Gurdaspur. Dilsher leaves music after his father’s untimely death and goes to Delhi to earn money and work under his idol, construction magnate Gurpreet Sikand (Manish Choudhary). Dilsher joinsContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Tere Bin Laden Dead Or Alive

Posted: February 27, 2016

Tere Bin Laden Dead Or Alive: A half baked satire which could have been better Bollywood has not been too successful with sequels, excluding an off case of Munnabhai series wherein “Lage Raho Munnabhai” was better than the prequel... “Tere Bin Laden” in 2010 was a surprise hit, wherein a satire was presented extremely well by director Abhishek Sharma. Actor Pradhuman Singh became famous as a Osama Bin Laden look alike... I guess it was the success of the prequel which motivated the film maker to make a sequel. “Tere Bin Laden Dead orContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Aligarh

Posted: February 26, 2016

Aligarh: Manoj Bajpai all the way... Till now Homosexuality or gay characters are shown as caricatures in Bollywood, and gay jokes are used more for comic situations and shown in bad light. Well “Aligarh” changes it once and for all, Hansal Mehta has taken special care in handling a sensitive subject and done a commendable job. “Aligarh” is based on the true events of Dr. Srinivas Ramchandra Siras, a professor and HOD of Department of Modern Indian Languages in Aligarh University. On 8th Feb 2010 two strangers from local news channel ofContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Neerja

Posted: February 20, 2016

Neerja: A befitting tribute to brave heart Neerja Bhanot Movies based on real life incidents are very difficult to make as the people are aware of most of the facts and to top it all are aware of the outcome in such a scenario it is a challenge for the director and the writers to weave in a screenplay which keeps the audience glued till the end.... “Neerja” is based on the PAN AM plane highjack incident of 1986 in Karachi where the flight purser Neerja Bhanot saved the lives of 329 passengers from the Palestine terrorists. Neerja (SonamContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Ghayal Once Again

Posted: February 5, 2016

Ghayal Once Again: Hardly anything to be "Ghayal" About Once upon a time in Bollywood there was a genre called the Deol genre which meant shouting in the name of acting and Super human powers accompanied with “Dhai Kilo ka Haath” where people used to fly if Sunny Deol gave them one punch, the adrenalin rush made box office hits. But that was 1990’s but now we are in 2016, and today Bollywood movies have seen a sea change in the way the movies are made and presented.... But unfortunately “Ghayal Once Again” belongs to the 1990’s genre ofContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Saala Khadoos

Posted: January 29, 2016

Saala Khadoos: It could have been better if it had been more Khadoos It is good to see a new trend in Bollywood of sports movies, especially woman oriented sports movies which off course was started with “Chak De India”.... But the problem is just having a concept and script of sports movie is not enough, it needs to have the soul at the right place, unfortunately after “Chak De India” none of the movies could create that impact, though “Mary Kom” had some positives... “Saala Khadoos” takes the concept of “Chak De India” but in BoxingContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Airlift

Posted: January 23, 2016

Airlift: A story of courage said with perfection We always complain about the conditions of our country taking the facilities given to us for granted, well “Airlift” shows us whatever our country has given us should be cherished. “Airlift” is based on the real life events wherein a Kuwait based Indian businessman with the help of the Indian Government took the responsibility of getting back 1,70,000 Indians from Kuwait when Sadam HussainContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Wazir

Posted: January 10, 2016

Wazir: Not too many thrills as a Thriller “Wazir” has a fantastic set up, a stellar cast of Amitabh Bachchan & Farhan Akhtar, a good concept and a fantastic set up to mount the movie…..but still “Wazir” makes you feel wanting for more after the movie is over…. The spark that Bijoy Nambiar showed us in “Shaitaan” is missing in “Wazir”….the concept was brilliant with a premise of a crippled Chess player Omkar Nath Dhar a.k.a Pandit ji (Amitabh Bachchan) who meets Danish Ali (Farhan Akhtar) a suspended ATS officer who has lost hisContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Dilwale

Posted: December 20, 2015

Dilwale: No heart & Soul in this Dilwale Recipe of a hit movie, sign up a hit pair from the past, sign up two new actors from the current lot, to support sign a bandwagon of comedians, sign up a successful director, shoot in exotic foreign locations, show stylish cars and blow it up and at the end take the story idea from an old Bollywood successful movie and put some scenes in the name of script, and you have a hit Bollywood movie dish ready to earn 300 to 400 crores.... Well I guess this is how “Dilwale” was made. Rohit ShettyContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Bajirao Mastani

Posted: December 19, 2015

Bajirao Mastani: Epic Love Story of Epic Proportion Sanjay Leela Bhansali movies are always larger than life both in scale and grandeur, with “Bajirao Mastani”, Sanjay Leela Bhansali outdid himself in scale, grandeur and histrionics… Technically this is Sanjay Leela Bhansali first political love story which is straight from history, and such subjects are like walking on tight rope where a slight slip tends to ruin the entire movie. But fortunately Sanjay balances the fact and the fiction very well and does complete justice to theContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Tamasha

Posted: November 28, 2015

Tamasha: Ranbir & Deepika crackle in the otherwise confused Tamasha Imtiaz Ali after a subtle “Highway”, comes back with the big budget love story “Tamasha”, which explores an array of human emotions.... Imtiaz again teams up with Ranbir Kapoor after “Rockstar” and Deepika Padukone after “Love Aaj Kal” and explores the crackling chemistry of Ranbeer Kapoor & Deepika Padukone very well... “Tamasha” explores the story of Ved (Ranbir Kapoor) & Tara (Deepika Padukone) who meet in Corsica when both are on a holiday and theyContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Prem Ratan Dhan Payo

Posted: November 12, 2015

Prem Ratan Dhan Payo: It is only Salman’s Prem all the way Sooraj Barjatya has always been synonymous with good wholesome family entertainers, thriving on values and traditions of Indian society. The Indian audience whether in India or abroad has always lapped whatever Sooraj has offered, well excluding an exception of “Main Prem Ki Deewani Hoon” wherein he diverted a bit and faced a lot of flak. Another highlight of Sooraj’s films has been its screenplays which stick to the basic premise of the story... Well “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo”Continue reading →

    

Movie Review: Main Aur Charles

Posted: November 1, 2015

Main Aur Charles: Half Baked Thriller without the thrill Charles Sobraj was one of the most celebrated serial killer during 70’s and 80’s, known for his shrewd mind and smooth style of doing crimes.... Well Prawaal Raman tries to portray a certain phase of Charles Sobraj’s life when he was arrested by the Delhi Police and he fled from Tihar Jail only to be re-captured again but with a different motive.... Prawaal Raman has tried to make a thriller but the screenplay turned out to be more of an erotic movie than a thriller what withContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Shandaar

Posted: October 24, 2015

Shandaar: No Story makes Shandaar a dull movie In Bollywood we have seen a trend in most of the cases wherein  a director after giving an immensely successful and path breaking movie gives a dud in his subsequent movie like Sujoy Ghosh after giving the spectacular “Jhankaar Beats” gave us “Home Delivery” , or Anurag Kashyap after giving the path breaking “Gangs Of Wasseypur 1 & 2” gave us “Bombay Velvet”, Vikramaditya Motwane after giving “Udaan” gave us “Lootera” and it is so true for Ram Gopal Varma who during his hey days used toContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2

Posted: October 18, 2015

Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2: This Punchnama is Old wine in a New Bottle In 2011 when “Pyaar Ka Punchnama” released nobody had any expectations, as it had a brand new cast and a debut director Luv Ranjan....but it became a sleeper hit only because of a strong script, spunky dialogues and a good performances by the cast.... But now the expectations are really high for its sequel... which again tells us the story of 3 friends Anshul a.k.a Gogo (Kartik Aaryan ), Sidharth a.k.a Chauka (Sunny Singh Nijjar) and Tarun a.k.a Thakur (Omkar Kapoor). All three Continue reading →

    

Movie Review: Jazbaa

Posted: October 10, 2015

Jazbaa: Not too much of Jazbaat.... but only style Sanjay Gupta, the name is synonym of movies which are remake of Hollywood and loads of style with a larger than life canvas but less of substance. The two movies which had both style and substance were “Kaante” (2002) & “Zinda” (2006)…. Sanjay Gupta is back with a remake of a Korean movie “Seven Days” for Aishwarya Rai’s comeback vehicle. Aishwaraya is in all the frames of the movie and not for a moment do you forget that this is Ash’s comeback movie. The plot tells the story ofContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Talvar

Posted: October 4, 2015

Talvar: The naked truth of justice There are just movies and there are some movies which shows you the stark reality of society and judiciary system and you question WHY....IF ONLY...and it stays in your lingering thoughts long after the movie is over....”Talvar” is one such movie.... Based on the Arushi murder case...”Talvar” written by Vishal Bharadwaj tells the story of the complete investigation of a 14 year old girl Shruti, and the prime suspects being her parents, Father Ramesh Tandon (Neeraj Kabi) and mother Nutan Tandon (KonkonaContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Singh Is Bliing

Posted: October 4, 2015

Singh Is Bliing: Nothing so Blingy, But Akshay Shines Akshay Kumar just like Govinda in the 90’s has created a niche in his kind of comedy and “Singh Is Bling” is a step forward to the same. Prabhu Deva & Akshay Kumar combo in their last outing “Rowdy Rathore” (2012) was a huge hit. This time Prabhu Deva takes the flavour of “Singh Is King” of an innocent Sardar, Raftaar Singh and mixes it with his kind of masala and presents “Singh Is Bling”. The premise primarily tells us the story of a good hearted but good for nothing Raftaar Singh Continue reading →

    

Movie Review : Calendar Girls

Posted: September 25, 2015

Calendar Girls: A mockery in the name of Realistic Cinema Madhur Bhandarkar is synonymous with hard hitting realistic cinema in a mainstream format. Starting from Chandni Chowk, Satta, Page 3, Traffic Signal, Fashion, Corporate, Jail all had a premise which basically showed the real picture of our society. But his last offering “Heroine” was not that impactful and it showed how Madhur was losing the plot.... His latest “Calendar Girls” as the name suggests shows the life of 5 aspiring models Sharon Pinto (Kyra Dutt) from Goa, MayuriContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Katti Batti

Posted: September 19, 2015

Katti Batti: Too much of Katti  & less of Batti makes it dull Love Stories has a come a long way in Bollywood, from rich girl falling for poor boy or rich boy falling for a poor girl and the opposition of the respective parents, to triangle love stories and at the end love triumphs against all odds. Well that was 80’s and 90’s or even early 2000, but love stories have changed leaps and bounds in today’s Bollywood, and Nikhil Advani tries such a love story, something which he has been successful previously, remember “Kal Ho NaContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Hero

Posted: September 13, 2015

Hero: Not so Heroic about this HERO In India when Star Kids are launched, their launch movies are like a talent showcase wherein the actors are presented like super heroes who can dance, do action, look the best in Hip clothes and flex muscles in case of a actor. Acting it seems is the last priority, and in this whole mayhem of showcasing their talent the story somewhere takes a back seat. I guess the last launch movie for a star kid which created a stir was “Kaho Na Pyar Hai” way back in 2000, after which none of the so called launchContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Welcome Back

Posted: September 5, 2015

Welcome Back: Slap Stick & Brainless comedy is BACK Statutory Warning: While watching “Welcome Back” please keep your brains aside.... Anees Bazmi is back with the sequel of his 2007 hit “Welcome” and his genre of comedy which is completely over the top, chaotic and off course lack of story.... “Welcome Back” starts again with Uday Bhai (Nana Patekar) and Majnu Bhai (Anil Kapoor) who again fall for the same girl Chandni (Ankita Shrivastava) but they need to get their sister Ranjana (Shruti Hasan) married to a decent guy, but theContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Phantom

Posted: August 29, 2015

Phantom:  A Thriller I wish had more Punch Political Thrillers are Kabir Khan’s forte, what with his previous movies “Kabul Express” & “Ek Tha Tiger” both were of the same genre. But his last enormously successful “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” was more of a family drama with Indo-Pak theme. Well the expectations from “Phantom” are sky high… Taking his love for political thriller Kabir Khan constructs “Phantom” based on Hussain Zaidi’s book “Mumbai Avengers” which is a fiction post 26/11 massacre in Mumbai. The plot is of how an Ex Army OfficerContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: All Is Well

Posted: August 22, 2015

All Is Well: All is NOT well about this movie The 2012 hit “Oh My God”, was very different and questioned many religious beliefs which made Umesh Shukla a name to reckon with. The expectations with “All Is Well”, Umesh’s second offering was high, though the movie has been in the making for a long time. “All Is well” is a typical family drama of a dysfunctional family of Mr Bhalla (Rishi Kapoor), his son Inder Bhalla (Abhishek Bachchan) and Inder’s mother Pammi Bhalla (Supriya Pathak), situation forces the family to get scattered, andContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Brothers

Posted: August 15, 2015

Brothers: Emotion & Blood Gore both over the top Remakes have been a part of Bollywood history since long, rather now it is more of Official remakes. “Brothers” is one such remake of 2013 Hollywood movie “Warrior”. “Brothers” is a tale of two half brothers David Fernandes(Akshay Kumar) and Monty Fernandes(Sidharth Malhotra)who due to circumstances get separated only to come face to face as rivals in a Boxing competition. With the original story of “Warrior” written by Gavin O’Connor & Cliff Dorfman, and adapted screenplay byContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Bangistan

Posted: August 8, 2015

Bangistan: Too Lukewarm for a Bang Sometimes our film makers think that just having a different idea is enough to make a movie, but they forget that there is always a beginning, middle and a climax to a movie and all the three need to gel well to create the required impact. It is more difficult if it is satire. The issue with the Film Critic turned film maker Karan Anshuman’s debut venture is that the idea was good on paper but unfortunately the execution was far from being good. “Bangistan” takes forward the question asked in “PK”Continue reading →

    

Movie Review: Drishyam

Posted: August 1, 2015

Drishyam: A vision which creates an impact Remakes in Bollywood have been in vogue since the Black & White era. Some remakes have been apt, some better than the original and some a complete waste which makes you wonder why was the remake made in the first place. “Drishyam” , a remake of the Mohanlal starrer Malayalam film by the same name does not fit in any of the above categories, to some extent it does justice to the original but not entirely. Nevertheless it does create an impact. Based on the original story by Jeethu Joseph andContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Bajrangi Bhaijaan

Posted: July 18, 2015

Bajrangi Bhaijaan: It is all about “Being Human" Salman Khan movies have been quintessential masala movies with punch lines, some item no.’s and lots of chaos in the name of story & screenplay where Salman is the sole selling point of the movie. And we often blame Salman for being repetitive. But with “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” he breaks his usual mould and he does it with élan. BB is far removed from Salman’s last few movies. It has got a story, it is subtle and Salman takes a break from his buffoonery and attempts to act in a much moreContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : ABCD 2

Posted: June 20, 2015

ABCD 2: Too Much Dance, Too Much Glitz But Not Too much of Story ABCD revived the genre of dance based movies in 2013, which gave Mithun and B Subhash success in the 80’s. It cemented Remo D’Souza as a sought after director and gave India its first answer to Hollywood’s movie “Step Up”….. Remo takes the sequel ABCD 2 a step further where Vishnu Sir takes another task of training a group of underdogs from Nalasopara which includes Suresh (Varun Dhawan) a waiter, Vinnie (Shradha Kapoor) a hair stylist and a bunch of their motley gang toContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Dil Dhadakne Do

Posted: June 6, 2015

Dil Dhadakne Do: Redefining the Indian Family Family entertainers in Bollywood reminds you of two names Rajshri Productions and Sooraj Barjatya, where the large family sings, dances, laughs and cries together with their “Sanskar” intact. Zoya Akhtar’s “Dil Dhadakne Do” redefines the Indian family or should I say the Indian High Society family. Portraying the Mehra’s, Zoya dissects the hypocrisy, the fakeness and the make believe world the so called high society families live in. DDD is primarily a story of the Mehra family, a richContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Tanu Weds Manu Returns

Posted: May 24, 2015

Tanu Weds Manu Returns: Kangana’s show all the way… Some movies go beyond their expectations due the brilliant performances by the cast, ”Tanu Weds Manu returns” is one such movie wherein the performances not only camouflages the overall flaws but raises the standard of the movie. Himanshu Sharma’s story of “Tanu Weds Manu Returns” starts four year hence Tanu & Manu’s marriage when domestic problems crop up and they decide to part ways, the story takes a turn when Manu (Madhavan) meets Tanu’s look alike Kusum a.k.a Datto (KanganaContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Bombay Velvet

Posted: May 16, 2015

Bombay Velvet: Nothing Jazzy about this Velvet The much awaited Anurag Kashyap mega budget saga “Bombay Velvet” released this Friday. Looking at the track record of Anurag who breaks norms, the same was expected of “Bombay Velvet”. The movie was touted as the best neo noir movie of Bollywood. But alas the bubble bust and “Bombay Velvet” based on the famous historian Gyan Prakash’s book “Bombay Fables” is just an ordinary movie which is high on the glamour quotient. The story captures the lives of two individuals Johnny (Ranbir Kapoor) andContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Piku

Posted: May 10, 2015

Piku: A “Mishti” Father Daughter relationship… Bong style Shoojit Sircar right from his first film “Yahaan”(2005) has dabbled in distinct subjects which showcases our society in various forms. “Piku” looks at the father daughter relationship with a refreshing twist. Juhi Chaturvedi after her impressive debut “Vicky Donor” comes up with a simple yet refreshing story of father daughter relationship. The plot is a simple tale of Father Bhaskor Banerjee (Amitabh Bachchan) a hypochondriac and his daughter Piku (Deepika Padukone). The story isContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Gabbar Is Back

Posted: May 1, 2015

Gabbar Is Back: Old Bottle New Wine Well as the name suggests “Gabbar Is Back” is your quintessential Bollywood action pot boiler albeit with a slight freshness in the presentation. After the critically acclaimed “Baby”, Akshay Kumar is back playing what he is best at, an action hero who punches the goons, does somersaults and kicks in flying motion, in short our own Bollywood masala hero. “Gabbar Is Back” is the remake of 2002 tamil hit “Ramanna” Directed & Written by A R Murugadoss. A R Murugadoss’s story does not have any newContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Byomkesh Bakshy

Posted: April 7, 2015

Detective Byomkesh Bakshy: Bollywood’s first well mounted detective flick In Bollywood you do not have many detective flicks as compared to the regional cinema, especially Bengali wherein Feluda, Byomkesh Bakshy & Kaka Moni has been adapted for silver screen and detective flicks are quite common. Dibakar Banerjee adapt the famous detective from Bengali literature Byomkesh Bakshy created by Sharadindu Bandhopadhyay and merges three Sharadindu Bandhopadhyay’s stories of Byomkesh Bakshy, Satyanweshi, Pother Kanta &Continue reading →

    

Movie Review : Hunterr

Posted: March 25, 2015

Hunterr: A true Sex comedy of Bollywood which is not cheap or crass Bollywood has been shying away from the genre of “Sex Comedy” for quite some time. Literally the first being “Grand Masti” in 2013, but it was crass and extremely irritating in the name of comedy. But “Hunterr” tries to break the shackles of an arch typical Bollywood format of this genre and makes it more realistic and yet funny. Harsvardhan Kulkarni explores this genre through his Hunterr Mandar Pongshe (Gulshan Devaiah) who is a compulsive “Vasu” or in other words aContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : NH10

Posted: March 15, 2015

NH 10: Gritty, Gruesome & Edge of the seat Thriller We are in 2015 but rural India still reels in the shadow of bygone tradition and beliefs.NCR is a true picture of such India. Gurgaon which houses the best of MNC’s , Malls and plush housing societies just beyond that prevails a India where Honor Killing is not considered a crime and looked upon with a lot of pride. Well the same is the case with other A & B grade cities of India which epitomizes modern India but beyond it is still the old India which is as backward in thoughts as it Continue reading →

    

Movie Review : Dum Laga Ke Haisha

Posted: March 6, 2015

Dum Laga Ke Haisha: Has the “Dum” of a complete Entertainer Yash Raj Films have lately digressed from big budget blockbusters and concentrated on small budget movies with content like “Mardaani”, “Bewakoofian” and now “Dum Laga Ke Haisha”. Some movies come like a whiff of freshness and bowl you over and bring a smile on your face, “Dum Laga Ke Haisha” is one such movie. Set in 1995 Haridwar it transports you to the world of 90’s aptly when Kumar Sanu was the nation’s favorite singer, so is Prem Prakash Tiwari (Ayushman Khurana) who is 10th Continue reading →

    

Movie Review : Badlapur

Posted: February 21, 2015

Badlapur: A lukewarm revenge drama Shriram Raghvan’s fascination for dark thrillers is a known fact what with his previous movies Ek Hasina Thi & Jhonny Gaddar. He continues his fascination for the same with Badlapur. The basic premise has many layers and Shriram Raghvan along with writer Arijit Biswas try to show the psychological side of revenge as to how a Advertising Professional Raghav (Varun Dhawan) becomes psychotic after his wife Misha (Yami Gautam) and kid Robin get killed in a bank robbery and he plans to avenge theContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Roy

Posted: February 14, 2015

Roy: No joy in this Roy It is good to see that story telling in Bollywood is changing and film makers are trying different subjects and different formats of storytelling. But being different does not mean that the entertainment quotient is missing or the pace needs to be slow. Vikramjit Singh the debutant director and writer of Roy completely loose the plot in being different. Roy tells the story of hot shot film maker Kabir (Arjun Rampal) who is not only known for his successful movies but also for his Casanova ways and his link ups.Continue reading →

    

Movie Review : Shamitabh

Posted: February 7, 2015

Shamitabh: A good concept but an average execution stops it from becoming a classic R Balki’s movie has been different in concept and content right from his first film “Cheeni Kum” and then “Paa”. Balki is also responsible for presenting Amitabh is various avatars and with “Shamitabh” he continues with his endeavor with a new concept and again presenting Amitabh in a different avatar. Written by Balki the concept of the movie is unique and tells us the story of a dumb actor Danish (Dhanush) who wants to make it big in Bollywood but hisContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Hawaizaada

Posted: January 30, 2015

Hawaizaada: A flight that never takes off Biopics are in vogue in Bollywood and “Hawaizaada” is yet another biopic of the first man to fly in a 8 years before Wright Brothers did so, and he was an Indian. “Hawaizaada” is the story of Shivkar Bapuji Talpade who built a flying machine and was the first man to fly in 1895. Written by Vibhu Puri & Saurabh Bhave, the screenplay tells the story of Shivkar Bapuji Talpade (Ayushman Khurana) who with the help of his mentor Shastryji (Mithun Chakraborty) and through many struggle andContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: Khamoshiyan

Posted: January 30, 2015

Khamoshiyan: A Silence which is below average & equally amateurish The Bhatts have created a successful model of making profit making movie propositions and “Khamoshiyan” is one such attempt of combining erotica with horror with melodious music, a formula they have mastered since “Raaz” (2001). Written by Mahesh Bhatt’s protégé Vikram Bhatt “Khamoshiyan” is a lame attempt in the horror genre, which basically is a three character story of Kabir (Ali Fazal) a fallen writer who wants regain his glory and hence he heads to Kashmir inContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Baby

Posted: January 27, 2015

Baby: Definitely not a Baby step but a giant leap in Espionage genre There are few movies which break the mould of your quintessential Bollywood movie and Neeraj Pandey has done it successfully with his previous movies “A Wednesday” & “Special 26”. With “Baby” he takes huge leap with a genre that has not been explored too often in Bollywood, the espionage genre. “Baby” as a movie has a huge canvas spread across countries like Turkey (Istanbul), Nepal (Katmandu), Saudi (Abu Dhabi) and Story & Screenplay written by Neeraj PandeyContinue reading →

    

Movie Review: PK

Posted: December 20, 2014

PK: A Movie with its heart at the right place Rajkumar Hirani right from his first movie “Munnabhai MBBS” to “3 Idiots” has always had a social message and asked questions about the prevalent current practices in the society. He does the same with PK wherein he questions our current religious beliefs and practices which was somewhere touched by “Oh My God”. But Rajkumar Hirani presents the whole concept in a form of a satire through the eyes of an alien who lands in India and due to various circumstances questions the religion andContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Happy New Year

Posted: October 24, 2014

Happy New Year: Too many & too much spoil the New Year Big Star cast and big production value do not necessarily give you a GOOD movie; I guess Bollywood directors should realize this… “Happy New Year” is another such opportunity, but somehow falls short in the overall narration… Written by Farah Khan, Mayur Puri and Althea Kaushal “Happy New Year” is your Bollywood take on “Ocean’s Eleven” with the desi Bollywood tadka of Naach Gaana, Patriotism and over the top comic sequences. The story is of five losers headed by CharlieContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Bang Bang

Posted: October 5, 2014

Bang Bang: All about glitz and glamour but no content “Bang Bang” is Sidharth Anand’s first foray into action, a departure from his rom coms like “Salaam Namaste”, “Bachna Aai Haseeno”, “Tara Ra Rum Pum” and “Anjana Anjani”. Officially it is the remake of Tom Cruise’s not so impressive “Knight & Day”. “Bang Bang” has a wafer thin story by Patrick O Neil about Rajveer Singh (Hrithik Roshan) a thief who steals the Kohinoor diamond from London, falls in love with a dumb damsel Harleen (Katrina Kaif) and is in search of internationalContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Haider

Posted: October 4, 2014

Haider: A Complex subject handled with care…. Vishal Bharadwaj completes his trilogy with William Shakespear’s adaptation of “Hamlet”, earlier he made” Maqbool”, an adaptation of Macbeth and “Omkara”, an adaptation of Othello. “Hamlet” was a difficult subject to adapt but Vishal Bharadwaj in association with Basharat Meer has adapted it beautifully. Vishal’s “Hamlet” or “Haider” is set in Kashmir, year 1995, and it tells the story of Haider’s (Shahid Kapoor) search for his missing father Dr Hilal Meer (Narendra Jha)who was captured by theContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Daawat-E-Ishq

Posted: September 20, 2014

Daawat-E-Ishq: A undercooked story with tangy tadka of good performance For the last few movies YRF has painstakingly tried to break the mould of the quintessential YRF movie format and gone ahead in making movies which are based in smaller towns and stories which are more realistic and says the stories of the common man. “Daawat-E-Ishq” is on the similar lines with Habib Faisal, YRF’s in- house writer director. Habib’s previous movies like “Do Dooni Chaar” and “Ishaqzaade” explores the middle class and the small town sensibilitiesContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Khoobsurat 2014

Posted: September 19, 2014

Khoobsurat: A Beautifully gift wrapped Bland Story “Khoobsurat” is the first Offering of Disney in India in association with Anil Kapoor Productions. The producers claimed that it was the remake of Hrishikesh Mukerjee’s 1980’s classic of the same name. So a fantastic script and a reputed banner which is famous worldwide for making fairy tale romances, you expect a beautiful fairy tale saga. But alas that did not happen. The original story of D.N Mukherjee is adapted and contemporized by Indira Bisht. The story shifts from an upper middleContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Finding Fanny

Posted: September 13, 2014

Finding Fanny: A quirky tale with a Soul Homi Adajania is back after his commercial mainstream outing in “Cocktail” to what he does best, tell another quirky tale of dysfunctional individuals which he convincingly told with his debut “Being Cyrus”. “Finding Fanny” let me warn is not your run of the mill movie, it is abstract in its narration but the soul is at the right place. Homi Adajania adapts Kersi Khambata’s story again after “Being Cyrus”. “Finding Fanny” primarily tells the story of five individuals Angie (Deepika Padukone), her Continue reading →

    

Movie Review : Creature 3D

Posted: September 12, 2014

Creature 3D: This Fear has No Face Just like Ramsays in the 80’s and early 90’s were the pioneers in the horror genre, similarly Vikram Bhatt is creating his niche in this genre, well now with technology like VFX and 3D Format. But after watching “Creature” I felt that Vikram Bhatt has not really grown after his major hit in this genre “Raaz” in 2001. The tag line of the movie says “Fear has a New Face”, well unfortunately Vikram offers nothing new to accentuate the fear other than the VFX created monster. “Creature” tells the story ofContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Mary Kom

Posted: September 6, 2014

Mary Kom: An Inspiring story with a Sincere Effort Many times when you watch a movie especially a biopic which has an inspiring story you may overlook the flaws and technicalities, such was my experience with “Mary Kom”. Debutant Director Omung Kumar brings life the story of Boxing Champion “Mary Kom”. The story & screenplay of Saiwyn Qadras charts the journey of a daughter of a simple farmer Mangte Chungneijang from Manipur to becoming the 5 times World Champion MC Mary Kom or Magnificent Mary as she is called. Saiwyn’s screenplayContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Raja Natwarlal

Posted: August 30, 2014

Raja Natwarlal : A Con Act which fell short Kunal Deshmukh and Emraan Hashmi combo is back after their successful association in Jannat & Jannat 2. This time Kunal chooses a subject of a con man Raja (Emraan Hashmi) who after doing small con jobs with the help of his mentor Raghav (Deepak Tijori) wants to do a big con job so that he can fulfill his dream of marrying the bar dancer Ziya (Humaima Malik). The con job goes wrong and Raghav is killed by businessman cum mafia don Vardha Yadav’s (Kay Kay Menon) men. Raja sets out to takeContinue reading →

    

Movie Review Mardaani

Posted: August 22, 2014

Mardaani: A Celebration of Woman Power There are some movies which are made just to entertain but there are some which makes you think, Mardaani falls in the latter genre. Human Trafficking is a business which is growing at an alarming rate worldwide and India is a hub of Child Trafficking and Mardaani deals with this topical subject. Gopi Puthran chooses a controversial topic of Human Trafficking for his story and the risk with such subjects is that it becomes preachy. But thankfully Gopi’s screenplay refrains from doing so and tellsContinue reading →

    

Review : Singham Returns

Posted: August 15, 2014

Singham Returns: A complete Rohit Shetty masala fare There are some movies which defy all logic but still you enjoy it and “Singham Returns” is one such movie… The movie begins with a startling message “There are only 47000 people employed in the Mumbai Police force to protect 1.85 cr civilians of Mumbai”, this message actually started me thinking. Well this movie is Rohit Shetty’s tribute to Mumbai Police. This time Bajirao Singham (Ajay Devgn) is posted in Mumbai where he finds himself in between political tussle between Guruji’sContinue reading →

    

Review : Entertainment

Posted: August 8, 2014

Entertainment: Not Much of an Entertainment After a successful stint as writers of Golmaal series, Bol Bachchan, Housefull etc the brother duo Sajid-Farhad debut as directors with “Entertainment”. For the last few movies that I watched in the comedy genre there has been a flaw, in the second half the comedy becomes a mundane caricature and there are hardly any laughs, the same flaw is pertinent in “Entertainment” as well. Story by K Subhash tells us the story of Akhil Lokhande (Akshay Kumar) who is struggling to make his ends meet,Continue reading →

    

Movie Review : Kick

Posted: July 25, 2014

Kick: A Glossy Salman Masala Fare There is a new genre which has originated in the last few years and it is called the Salman Khan genre of Bollywood movie, which has only one highlight and that is Salman himself. Kick also explores the typical Salman Khan genre of movie and takes it to dizzying heights with a glossy packaging by Sajid Nadiadwala who debuts as a director with Kick. Kick is the remake of Telugu blockbuster of 2009 with the same name, but Sajid has made enough and more changes in the screenplay to fit it to the bollywoodContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Pizza

Posted: July 19, 2014

Pizza: A soggy crust with bland Toppings Pizza is a remake of 2012 Tamil hit of the same name. UTV as the presenter with Sidharth Roy Kapur & Bijoy Nambiar as the producers, the expectations from such a movie is high. A team of Debutants from the director Akshay Akkineni to lead actors Akshay Oberoi and Parvathy Omnakuttan ,does the movie deliver…. Pizza tells us the story of a young couple Kunal (Debutant Akshay Oberoi) and Nikita (Debutant Parvathy Omnakuttan). Akshay a pizza delivery boy and Nikita a struggling Horror story writer,Continue reading →

    

Review Humty Sharma Ki Dulhania

Posted: July 11, 2014

Humty Sharma Ki Dulhania: Nothing New about this Dulhania “Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge” is not only a movie for a lot of us, but it is an experience which I have re-visited God knows how many times, that I have lost count…. “Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania” is a tribute to the cult classic “DDLJ”, and Shahshank Khaitan who debuts as a director with this movie tries to replicate the Raj & Simran magic with Humty & Kavya the two principle characters of this movie. But unfortunately the magic just does not happen. Story & ScreenplayContinue reading →

    

Review Le Kar Hum Deewana Dil

Posted: July 5, 2014

Le Kar Hum Deewana Dil: An amateurish & pointless take on a Love…. Arif Ali brother of Imtiaz Ali debuts in this movie as a director and introduces the new pair of Armaan Jain (Grandson of Raj Kapoor ) and Deeksha Seth (Miss India Finalist)….. Arif who also is the writer of the movie is heavily influenced by his Brother Imtiaz Ali’s movies like “Socha Na Tha”, “Jab We Met” and even his recent “Highway”. So as you guessed it right the story is of a young couple Dinesh a.k.a Dinoo (Armaan Jain) and Karishma (Deeksha Seth) who are utterly Continue reading →

    

Movie Review Bobby Jasoos

Posted: July 4, 2014

Bobby Jasoos: A thriller without thrills Vidya Balan strikes back as “Bobby Jasoos” wherein she plays an amateurish detective. But does it really create an impact??? In the beginning of the movie you get introduced to the world of Mughalpura in Hyderabad, the place where Bobby Jasoos stays and her struggle to become a famous detective and her immediate family of sisters and Khala’s. Life changes for her when a stranger Anees Khan (Kiran Kumar) gives her an assignment to find out a girl Nilofer in Mughalpura. Who is Anees Shaikh and whyContinue reading →

    

Review Ek Villain

Posted: June 27, 2014

Ek Villain: A Violent Love Story After “Aashique 2 “ Mohit Suri is counted amongst the top directors of Bollywood today and “Ek Villain” is his first movie outside Vishesh Films. Hence a lot of expectations were built before the release by Balaji’s Marketing strategy and with good music to back it, this could have been a cake walk for Mohit . “Ek Villain” is the Bollywood remake of the Korean movie “I Saw the Devil”, Mohit with Tushar Hiranandani tries his best to put it in a Hindi Film formula. So it tells us the story of Guru (SidharthContinue reading →

    

Review Humshakals

Posted: June 20, 2014

Humshakals: Officially Declared Sajid Khan the “King Of Trash” Sajid Khan strikes back with his slap stick comedy genre with “Humshakals” but the problem is that there is not enough laughs to sustain 159 mins… So Sajid goes back to his “Housefull “ mould of European mansions, swanky cars, heroines wearing skimpiest costumes and too many characters who are a caricature. Sadly for “Humshakals” it falls flat and what we get is a trash in the name of comedy.Continue reading →

    

Review F*UGLY

Posted: June 13, 2014

F*UGLY: A Half Baked Attempt of a good concept F*UGLY, the name seems unusual and hatke, I kept wondering what it really meant, well the beginning credits clarifies the same; it meant “FIGHT AGAINST INJUSTICE”. The hatke quotient stops in the name itself. So Fugly delves in the latest trend of exploring our Capital Delhi. The story is of 5 friends, Dev (debutant Mohit Marwah), Devi (debutant Kiara Advani), Gaurav (Boxer Vijendra Singh) and Aditya alias Haggu (Arfi Lamba), who lead a chilled and care free life. In one incident wherein DeviContinue reading →

    

Movie Review Filmistaan

Posted: June 7, 2014

Filmistaan: Worth a watch for all movie buffs…. Nitin Kakkar’s “Filmistaan” at last had a commercial release after 2 years doing the rounds of Film Festivals and winning various awards since 2012, the most renowned award being the National Award for best feature film in Hindi in 2012 “Filmistaan” is a heartwarming story of how films bind two warring nations India & Pakistan. It is a simple story of a wannabe actor and movie buff Sunny Arora (Sharib Hashmi) who is struggling to become an actor and who gets an opportunity to work as anContinue reading →

    

Movie Review HOLIDAY

Posted: June 6, 2014

Holiday: Nothing to Cheer about this Holiday…. “Holiday-A soldier is never off duty”, yes that is the complete title of the movie which is the remake of Tamil Hit film of 2012 “Thuppakki” staring Vijay and directed by A R Murugadoss. A R Murugadoss re-creates the same movie in Hindi for Bollywood as his second movie with Akshay Kumar after the blockbuster “Ghajani”. Story & Screenplay by A R Murugadoss is the story of an Army Officer Virat Bakshi (Akshay Kumar) who comes for his annual holiday to Mumbai and look out for a girl forContinue reading →

    

Movie Review Citylights

Posted: May 30, 2014

Citylights : Falls short from being a classic Citylights re-unites the director actor duo Hansal Mehta & Rajkumar Rao after a superb “Shahid” which won each of them the National Award this year. Citylights is an adaptation of 2013 Award winning movie “METRO MANILA” directed by Sean Elllis and Hansal Mehta does complete justice to the original. The story is credited to Sean Ellis the original writer of METRO MANILA; the adapted screenplay is by Ritesh Shah. Ritesh stays true to the original but adapts it to the Indian context of peopleContinue reading →

    

Movie Review Kochadaiyaan

Posted: May 24, 2014

Kochadaiyaan: A complete Rajni Masala Entertainer in animation Kochadaiyaan is India’s first movie made on the technology of Motion Capture, a technique used in Hollywood movies like Avatar, Tintin & Bewoulf. Do not expect the finesse like its Hollywood counterpart, but the attempt is worth an applaud for the director Soundarya Rajnikanth Ashwin. Having Super Star Rajnikanth was enough to make the movie a blockbuster but taking a path which was not explored in Bollywood and more so animation movies are not taken seriously in India, for Continue reading →

    

Movie Review Heropanti

Posted: May 23, 2014

Heropanti : A well designed Launch Vehicle for Tiger Shroff On the onset let me set the expectations that Heropanti is no classic and is a complete launch vehicle for Tiger Shroff. The story and script written by Sanjeev Dutta is primarily focusing on the main protagonist played by Tiger. Heropanti is a quintessential love story of a rich girl Dimpy played by Kriti Sanon and a middle class guy Babloo played by Tiger Shroff. The screenplay is very smartly designed so that there are enough opportunities for histrionics, action and dance forContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : The Xpose

Posted: May 16, 2014

The Xpose: Too much Xpose of nothing The Xpose claims to be inspired by true incidents from Bollywood of the 60’s. Anant Mahadevan tries to re-create the magic of 60’s through a murder mystery. The main issue of the movie is the plot and story which is hackneyed and predictable which is a curse for a murder mystery and it is credited to none other than Himesh Reshamiya (Gawd first Music, then acting and now writing). Himesh Reshamiya and Jainesh Ejardar ‘s screenplay is just a mish mash of headline stories of Bollywood gossip columnsContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Children of War

Posted: May 16, 2014

Children Of War: Ugly face of War portrayed Well 1971 Bangladesh war against Pakistan has a lot of facets which has not been discussed or shown. One of it is the genocide and the rape of woman by the Pakistani soldiers. Debutant director & writer Mritunjay Devvrat creates a captive story and narration of the ugly face of 1971 Bangladesh war. Mritunjay takes the facts and creates a fictional story around the genocide and rape of Bangladeshi woman by the Pakistani soldiers so that they give birth to children with Pakistani blood. TheContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Hawaa Hawaai

Posted: May 10, 2014

Hawaa Hawaai : Inspirational movie on making dreams come true Amol Gupte has a forte of working with kids whether it was Taare Zameen Par, Satnley Ka Dabba or now Hawa Hawai Amol again teams up with his son Partho and gives a riveting tale of Arjun Waghmare (Partho Gupte) a boy working in a tea stall who dreams of learning skating. The story revolves around how Arjun with his bunch of street kid friends make his dream a reality. The biggest plus of Amol Gupte as a writer is he captures nuances well and keeps the emotions subtle yetContinue reading →

    

Movie Review : Manjunath

Posted: May 10, 2014

Manjunath: A Real Life Saga which fails to inspire on celluloid It is not easy to adapt a real life incident and make it into a full blown 2 hour saga on celluloid. Director & Writer Sandeep Varma’s motive to make “Manjunath” was to bring the story of unsung hero Manjunath Shanmugham ,a 27 year old IIM, Lucknow pass out who was killed by Oil mafia in UP as he was exposing the racket of oil adulteration in 2005. Sandeep’s intentions are novel but fails badly due to a non cohesive screenplay and shoddy narration. The screenplayContinue reading →

    

Review : Hasee Toh Phasee

Posted: February 9, 2014

Hansee To Phasee: A different take on Bollywood’s quintessential Love story What happens when Karan Johar (Dharma Productions) and Anurag Kashyap (Phantom Productions) come together?.....One production which produces larger than life Bollywood saga and another who are more into small budget realistic Cinema… Well the combination doesn’t disappoint and offers a quirky love story of two completely different individuals one a directionless youth Nikhil Bharadwaj (Sidharth Malhotra) and other a weird extremely hyper, pseudo girl MeetaContinue reading →

    

Review : The Lunchbox

Posted: September 23, 2013

The Lunchbox: A Sumptuous Meal Ritesh Batra’s first offering is like a three course meal which has all the spices albeit in apt proportion. The story is of a to be retired Govt Employee Sajan Fernandes (Irfan Khan) a widower and Ila (Namrit Kaur) who is a housewife and whose life exists around her husband Rajeev (Nakul Vaid) and her daughter Yashvi. Ila’s only companion is her neighbor Mrs. Despande (Voice of Bharati Achrekar) who gives her tips how to make her husband happy. One day the lunchbox meant for Rajeev by mistake is delivered to Continue reading →

    

Review : RUSH

Posted: September 23, 2013

RUSH: A biopic which gives an adrenaline rush Academy award winner Ron Howard has a penchant for biopic, one of his movie “A Beautiful Mind” a biopic on the mathematician John Nash who suffered from schizophrenia won him an Academy award for best director. “RUSH” is another Howard biopic based on the famous F1 racers James Hunt and Nikki Lauda in the 70’s. The story chronicles the rivalry between Hunt (Chris Hemsworth) and Lauda (Daniel Brühl) and the F1 championship of 1976, which was quite eventful with Lauda meeting with an accidentContinue reading →

    

Review : Madras Cafe

Posted: August 26, 2013

Madras Café: A complete Political Thriller Madras Café on the onset is a Political Thriller which does complete justice to the genre. There are very few films in Bollywood which is of this genre and ‘Madras Café ‘will be remembered as one of the cult movies in this genre. The story is set in 1994 when the civil war between in Sri Lanka between Sinhalis and Tamils was at its peak and Vikram Singh (John Abraham) is sent to Jafna to start peace talks between LTF chief Anna (Ajay Ratnam) and Sri Lankan Govt. The peace mission goes horriblyContinue reading →

    

Review : Once Upon A Time in Mumbai Dobara

Posted: August 17, 2013

Once Upon A Time in Mumbai Dobara: Not as impactful as the first part Milan Luthria has a fascination for 70’s & 80’s, and it shows in his last two movies “Once upon A Time in Mumbai”, “The Dirty Picture” and now “Once upon A Time in Mumbai Dobara”. The first part was an out and out gangster flick wherein it showed Mumbai in the 70’s when mafia was emerging and Sultan (Ajay Devgan) was ruling the city until Shoaib (then played by Imraan Hashmi) his protégé ditches him and takes control of the mafia of Mumbai (then Bombay) and flees toContinue reading →

    

Review : Chennai Express

Posted: August 9, 2013

Chennai Express: A De-railed Train Combination of Shahrukh Khan, Rohit Shetty & Deepika Padukone was a right recipe for a sure shot entertainment. But Chennai Express disappoints and How…. The very premise of the movie is hackneyed with glimpses of DDLJ & Jab we Met . Rahul (Shahrukh Khan)  a 40 year old bachelor who embarks on a journey to Rameswaram to submerge his grandfather’s ashes , but in his journey  he meets Meena (Deepika Padukone) in the train “Chennai Express” who is the daughter of the local Don of Konnam villageContinue reading →

    

Review : D-Day

Posted: July 23, 2013

D-Day: Re-defining Patriotism in Indian Cinema Patriotism in Bollywood  is synonym with Manoj Kumar and his brand of cinema. Chetan Anand and J P Dutta have also contributed equally to the patriotism in Indian Cinema. But Nikhil Advani has tried to re-define patriotism in new India through an espionage genre of movie. The story is of 3 RAW agents Rudra Pratap Singh(Arjun Rampal), Wali Khan (Irfan) & Huma Qureshi (Zoya)  and a small time assassin Aslam (Aakash Dahiya)who are  sent to Karachi, Pakistan for Mission Goldman wherein theyContinue reading →

    

Review : Bhaag Milkha Bhaag

Posted: July 14, 2013

Bhaag Milkha Bhaag: An Epic Saga but a notch low for a classic On the onset it is very difficult to make a biopic, and if the person is alive then it becomes more difficult as comparisons and speculations start building up. Such movies sometimes become more of a documentary on the achievements of the person on which the biopic is being made. Director Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra & writer Prasoon Joshi have been successful in telling a story with a lot of conviction and with equal amount of entertainment value. Rather they create an epicContinue reading →

    

Review : Lootera

Posted: July 6, 2013

Lootera: A beautiful canvas without a soul “Lootera” is a movie set in 1950’s India. An India which was young as a nation and there were many changes which took place ending the Zamindari system. The story starts with the Zamindar of Manikpur Roy Chaudhuri who has a huge estate and the only heir to this is her daughter Pakhi Roy Chaudhuri (Sonakshi Sinha). Enter an archeologist Varun Srivastav (Ranveer Singh) and his friend Devdas (Vikrant Massey) who comes to Manikpur for excavation near the Zamindar’s 300 years old ancestral temple andContinue reading →

    

Review : Raanjhnaa

Posted: June 30, 2013

Raanjhnaa: A confused Love Story After the successful “Tanu Weds Manu” Anand L Rai comes with his next “Raanjhnaa” a launch pad for the debutant actor Dhanush (Son-in-law of Rajanikanth). “Raanjhnaa” tries to portray the strengths of Dhanush as an actor and in the bargain the movie loses its plot completely in the second half. The story revolves around the main protagonist Kundan (Dhanush) and his love for a Muslim girl Zoya( Sonam Kapoor). His dedication for his lady love forms the crux of the story wherein he waits for his lady loveContinue reading →

    

Review : Ek Thi Daayan

Posted: April 26, 2013

Ek Thi Daayan: A Khichdi of Super natural & Horror ETD Kanan Iyer the debutant director’s first offering holdspromise…not to ignore the strong backing of Ekta Kapoor & Vishal Bharadwaj. The story of ETD revolves around Bobo (Imran Hashmi) who isan illusionist and is haunted by his childhood memories of his sister’s andfather’s death due to a woman Diana (Konkona) who he suspects to be the WITCH.He is supported by his girlfriend Tamra (Huma Qureshi), but things take anunusual turn when a girl named Lisa Dutt (Kalki Koechlin) entersContinue reading →

    

Review : Kai Po Che

Posted: February 22, 2013

Kai Po Che: Awesome Threesome Abhishek Kapoor’s 2nd film after “Rock On”, “Kai Po Che” is also based on friendship.. Based on Chetan Bhagat’s novel “3 Mistakes of my Life”…”Kai Po Che” is a story of 3 friends Ishaan, Govind & Omi and their trials & tribulation to achieve success in life. Set in the backdrop of Gujarat of late 90’s it incorporates some of the major events like the Earthquake and the Godhra riots and its effect on the lives of the 3 friends. The strongest point of the movie is the ensemble cast, Sushant SinghContinue reading →

    

Review : Midnight's Children

Posted: February 3, 2013

Midnight’s Children: A Rich Dish with all the ingredients but with an average taste   On the onset I salute Deepa Mehta for taking the risk of adapting a complex novel of Salman Rushdie “Midnight’s Children” into a movie. The story spans from 1917 Kashmir to 1977 Mumbai, and tells the story of two children one born to a rich family and other to a poor family on the stroke of midnight of 15th Aug 1947, when India got independence. How their destiny changes after they are swapped, the son of the rich is swapped with the son of theContinue reading →

    

Review : David

Posted: February 3, 2013

David: A mish mash of 3 uninspiring stories   I had expected a lot from Bejoy Nambiar’s second offering after ‘Shaitaan’, but was gravely disappointed. ‘David’ comprises of three stories based on three principal characters by the same name DAVID. One story is set in 1975 London, second story in 1999 Mumbai and third story 2010 Goa. The first story has Neil Nitin Mukesh playing a side kick DAVID of gangster Iqbal Ghani (Akarsh Khurana) in London, 1975. Second story has Vinay Virmani playing DAVID an aspiring Rock singer and a son Continue reading →

    

Review : Student Of The Year

Posted: October 20, 2012

SOTY:Karan Johar‘s larger than life Bollywood movie Welcome to the world of KJo, actors in perfect designer clothes, best of cars, candy floss romance, good looking actors, picture perfect sets & settings well color co-ordinated,  in short a larger than life Bollywood movie fare. Let us accept it that KJo has created his own brand of cinema, which you can love or hate but definitely cannot ignore it & SOTY is exactly the same KJo brand of movie. SOTY  is a story of two friends Rohan Nanda (Varun Dhawan) & Abhimanyu SinghContinue reading →

    

Review : English Vinglish

Posted: October 7, 2012

Good Movie Shuvie, GR8 Performance Sherformance “English Vinglish” Sridevi’s most awaited come back film wherein she again proves why she is thenumero Uno of Bollywood. She creates an impact & how. “English Vinglish” is a story of a simple house wife Shashi Godbole (Sridevi) whose life surrounds aroundher husband Satish (Adil Hussain) and kids (Navita Kotia & Shivansh Kotia). She runs a small business ofmaking Ladoo’s, but her not knowing English creates a gap between her husband and kids. Her daughteris embarrassed to take her toContinue reading →

    

Review : Barfi

Posted: September 17, 2012

Barfi!: Re-defining love in Indian Cinema “Barfi” as the name sounds unusual, so is the movie. Some movies stay with you long after it is over, “Barfi” is such a movie. “Barfi” tells the tale of Barfi or should we say Murphy (Ranbir Kapoor) who is deaf & dumb and who falls in love with Shruti (Ileana D’cruz), but soon gets dumped by her due to his impairment, then enters Jhilmil (Priyanka Chopra) a autistic, and how Barfi & Jhilmil form a bond and which then translates into love forms the crux of the story… The movie’s storyContinue reading →

    

Review : Raaz 3

Posted: September 17, 2012

Raaz 3: Bhatt tadka on a Ramsay Dish Vikram Bhatt returns to the Bhatt camp to direct Raaz3, a lot was expected since the Raaz franchise was formed way back in 2002 with Vikram Bhatt & Mahesh Bhatt combination….but it turns out to be a sophisticated version of a Ramsay genre of Horror. The story revolves around Shanaya Shekhar (Bipasha Basu) who is a fading actress who cannot accept defeat; hence to re-gain her lost glory she takes help of Black magic to create havoc in the life of upcoming actress and her competitor Sanjana (EshaContinue reading →

    

Review : Gangs Of Wasseypur

Posted: June 23, 2012

Anurag Kashyap’s Saga on the coal mafia of Dhanbad can be summed as a cult movie in this genre. The story is of the rivalry between Sardar Khan (Manoj Bajpayee) and Ramadhir Singh (Tigmanshu Dhulia) and commences pre independence and gives a complete low down as to how the coal mafia emerged. The Story by Zeishan Quadri is a basic Revenge Drama, but the screenplay is the biggest highlight which is very well written and each character is well defined, and the sub plots seamlessly merge with the main plot. The screenplay is tight and there Continue reading →

    

Review : Rowdy Rathore

Posted: June 2, 2012

Rowdy Rathore: Trash Unlimited “Rowdy Rathore” co-produced by UTV and Sanjay Leela Bhansali, directed by Prabhu Deva redefines trash. It is true South remake with dollops of mindless action, cleavage show, loud music, disjointed screenplay etc. “Rowdy Rathod” has everything which can be termed as cheap & trash. The story or should I say the lack of it is straight out of a 80’s pot boiler, the lead actor Akshay Kumar has double role, one a honest Cop and other a con man, can’t be more predictable than this. The honest cop Vijay Rathod,Continue reading →

    

Review : Hugo

Posted: May 6, 2012

Hugo: A visual extravaganza by Martin Scorcese “Hugo” which swept all the Oscars in the technical categories at last released in India after 6 months from its original release in US in Nov’11. Based on the book by Brian Selznick “The Invention of Hugo Cabaret”, Hugo is a story set in 1920’s Paris after the World War and tells us about the last days of Georges Melies, who was an illusionist as well as one of the profound film makers of silent movies. The story is primarily of  Hugo Cabaret (Asa Butterfield) who is orphaned after his fatherContinue reading →

    

Review : Vicky Donor

Posted: April 27, 2012

Vicky Donor: An Entertaining Donor Shoojit Sircar is back after a long hiatus after “Yahaan”, with “Vicky Donor”, the story focuses on the infertility clinics which are mushrooming and becoming a huge business giving hope to the modern day couples who cannot conceive due to stress or should I say “strass” (Punju lingo). Story is of such an infertility clinic run by Dr Chaddha (Anu Kapoor) who is in look out of a good Sperm Donor which will help his patients conceive. Enter Vicky Arora (Ayushman Khurana, VJ MTV) a happy go lucky guy fromContinue reading →

    

Review : Kahaani

Posted: March 10, 2012

"Kahaani" - An Edge of the Seat "Story" “Kahaani”, another power house performance by Vidya Balan, the story is of Vidya Bagchi (Vidya Balan), a software engineer from London who comes to Kolkata in search of her husband Arnab Bagchi (Indraneil Sengupta) who goes missing in Kolkata. The story revolves around how Vidya unfolds the mystery of her missing husband. The main highlight of the movie is the tout story and screenplay by Sujoy Ghosh & Advaita Kala which keeps the audiences glued to their seat till the end. Each character is well Continue reading →

    

Review : Ek Main Aur Ek Tu

Posted: February 12, 2012

Ek Main Aur Ek Tu: The new age Mainstream Hindi Movie…. “EMAET” is coming of age mainstream Hindi Movie. The story revolves around Rahul Kapoor (Imran Khan) a mama’s boy, whose parents played by Ratna Pathak Shah & Boman Irani dictate his life till he has a chance meeting with Rihana Braganza (Kareena Kapoor) in Vegas and in a drunken stupor gets married to her post which how his life changes forms the crux of the story. You may find a slight resemblance to “It happened in Vegas” the Cameron Diaz & Ashtun Kutcher movie, but this is Continue reading →

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