PK Makers Accused Of Plagiarism: Is The Script Copied?

The plea filed through advocate Jyotika Kalra, alleged that the makers of the film as well as script writer Abhijat Joshi stole the characters, expression of ideas and sequences from the novel. Abhijat Joshi has earlier been accused of copying the script for 3 Idiots from Chetan Bhagat’s novel 5 point someone.

The Hidden Gems Of Indian Cinema

Off late, Bollywood hasn’t really been churning out high-quality movies on a regular basis. Yes, the box office numbers are at an all time high, but innovation, on the other hand, is at an all time low in the industry. The same old tested formulas of script writing have given way to a wide array of candy floss movies which often invariably make great business at the box office.

Hansal Mehta’s Next: From The Margins To The Mainstream

The movie is based on the real life story of a gay professor, Dr. Shrinivas Ramchandra Siras, who was caught on tape for indulging in consensual gay sex, and therefore suspended just a few weeks prior to his retirement in 2010. Though the suspension was later revoked and the professor was reinstated to his office, the incident made headlines and brought unnecessary ignominy for the professor. A highly sensitive issue, this movie is delving deep into the debate on sexual orientation. Mehta is of the view that “We all face marginalization for different reasons in a regressive society. Such minorities make a big part of our country. Their wishes should not be cornered.” A girl named Ishani Banerji mailed him the story to which he could not help but respond. Adorning the internet with all due credits, the director got the idea of making this film in the beginning of last year through an e-mail.

Celebrities who were the highlight of 2014!

Anushka Sharma’s lip job. Anushka Sharma and her lips grabbed all the limelight after her appearance on Koffee with Karan […]

5 Movies To Watch Out For In 2015. Coming Soon At A Theatre Near You.

2015 promises to be an exciting year for all the movie fanatics. Bollywood and Hollywood both have some intriguing movies lined up Let’s take a look at some movies that you ought to watch in the New Year.

Box Office Scores: Business Beats Art

The first week of any film release has now become the determiner of its fate. People do not look for critics review anymore, since the decision to go ahead and buy the ticket rests solely onhow much money the movie made.

Hawaaizada: Tale Of An Unsung Indian Genius

Hawaaizada, is a story of an Indian scientist Shivkar Bapuji Talpade who was supposed to have constructed aeroplane 8 years before Wright brothers did. The film also elucidates the strategies that British Government used to suppress Indian talent and intellect. Hawaaizada talks about the hurdles and challenges that this unconventional idea had to go through. The film is set in Bombay of 1895.

Hindi Music: A Trip Down Memory Lane

Lately, we’ve read about a lot of people trashing Hindi music for its crass lyrics and production. But few realize that there are numerous diamonds in this rough. It definitely is a surreal experience listening to a track with impeccable wordplay and lyrics. We give you a lowdown on some of the best lyrics in hindi music from the past decade.

Roy Trailer: Mystifying And Intriguing

After having kept the audience waiting for almost a year, the producers of Roy are finally out with the film’s trailer. Roy features a strikingly hot Jacqueline Fernandez, bold Ranbilr Kapoor and a mysterious Arjun Rampal. The steamy couple Jacqueline and Rampal’s story unwinds in their relation as a producer and a lead actress; Ranbir plays the role of a conman, the most dangerous conman of the current era, after whom the movie has been named.

How DDLJ Changed Love In Bollywood

Directed by Aditya Chopra and starring the dream couple, Shahrukh Khan and Kajol, the film was greeted as a refreshing change by the Indian audience. With its decked up stars, beautiful foreign locales and expensive sets, DDLJ shifted the cinema’s attention to celebration of love instead of the wrath of the Thakurs, the separation of judwa bhais (twin brothers), and the shifting chaarpayis (beds used in villages). It was after a long time that the subject of love was treated with such vitality and humour and not with guns, rebellion, ransoms and kidnappings.

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