Bollywood At Its Worst

India is a country that is obsessed with films, which is why the moment a film’s promo is launched on YouTube, a buzz is created on social media. People start tweeting and sharing the promo with a detailed analysis of the cast and even snippets of some of the scenes portrayed in the film.

In Theatres Near You

In today’s time, there is nothing more sacred than the weekend. From a school student, an office goer to a housewife weekend means a break from their daily schedule. While the housewives take a break from kitchen and force the husbands to take the family out for dinner and a student spends his weekend sleeping, the office goer meets his or her friends over dinner or coffee. However, there is one thing that is common to everybody’s weekend life—movies.

Horrible Bosses: A Review

Friday was one of those days when I was in a really weird mood. No smiles and just irritated. I was pissed at my phone for buzzing so much, pissed at the friend on the other side of the phone, pissed at my parents for talking so loud, and at my brother for not letting me watch the show I wanted to… I think you get the point.

Wanderlust: A Review

After working throughout the week, Saturday nights are when I relax and sit down to watch a film. While most of the films end up being a waste of three hours, the pleasure of switching on my laptop to watch a film and not do office work is what I cherish the most. But thanks to an infection in my eye, painkillers and strict instructions from my mother, I spent the past weekend sleeping. And it was not until Monday evening that I laid my hands on my laptop and started watching David Wain’s Wanderlust.

Hasee Toh Phasee: A Review

When I first saw the trailer of Hasee To Phasee, it seemed so generic. Knowing that it was a Karan Johar film didn’t do much for my low expectations either. However, it was not until recently that I got a chance to watch the film—thanks to the slow internet connection in our country. And I must say the movie is nothing like its promos. Yes it has a love triangle and dysfunctional family drama, but it all turns out to be pretty entertaining actually; despite the logical lapses here and there.

The Unlikely Hero

Someone has rightly said that at times you need a friend who can see through your soul and figure out what is wrong. And I am blessed to have at least one such friend, who sensing my down in the dump kind of mood persuaded me to watch Kung Fu Panda 2 with him.

Yaariyan: A Review

Have you ever found yourself humming a song without even realizing which movie its from? I have. Every time I would hear the song “Blue hai panni panni…” I would find myself singing along and soon after dancing uncontrollably. Call me ignorant or uninformed, but it was not until recently that I found out that the song was from the movie Yaariyan. Having realized that the song had such a massive effect on me, I decided to give the movie a try as well. And there was also the fact that I wanted to judge for myself what debutant director Divya Khosla thought about a modern day youth’s problems.

Queen: A Review

“Mera sense of humour bahut accha hai. Dheere dheere aapko pata chalega.” (“My sense of humour is really good. Slowly you’ll realise it for yourself.”) And indeed it was. The perfect way to celebrate the spirit of International Women’s Day, my girlfriends and I decided to watch the much raved about Kangana Ranaut starrer, Queen. Right from beginning to end, Queen offers you a sequence of events that are not only unexpected, but bring together all the elements that make for a memorable film.

Movies To Watch Out For In March

With the release of movies like Highway, Hasee Toh Phasee, Shaadi Ke Side Effects and Gunday, the shortest month, February, proved to be quite an entertaining week for cine buffs. While Highway, an unusual Bollywood flick was a pleasant surprise, Gunday and Shaadi Ke Side Effects, the typical Bollywood masala films failed to impress many.

Highway: The Road Less Travelled

The Alia Bhatt and Randeep Hooda starrer Highway with a story based on the concept of Stockholm Syndrome made headlines from the first day of shooting. Movie goers were curious to see Alia in this new, challenging, avatar and her flawless performance definitely deserves a huge round of applause.

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