Going Home: Possible In The Real World?

Alia Bhatt is seen to be driving alone late at night in an empty road before her car breaks down. Just then five boys (having the kind of looks that girls absolutely fear) come by in an SUV and stop next to Alia’s car. All five letch over the gorgeous Alia in a black skirt; glaring at her from top to bottom and pass what-girls-call the “creepy” expressions to each other. The air is tense and the audience can’t help but wait for the guys to grab Alia and sexually thrust themselves at her. Meanwhile, Alia requests the boys to help figure out a solution for her broken car and finally asks for a lift home.

Haider Is Not Anti-National

Do people really believe that Army did nothing wrong in Kashmir? That only militants were captured and tortured? That there were no instances of disappearances and the issue of half widows is a ruse? Well, it has happened in Kashmir. I don’t wish to take a political stand here. Rather I want to make an attempt to tell people that the Indian Army wasn’t (and isn’t) perfect. The sooner they realise this, the easier it will be for the “nationalists” to absorb the film’s perspective.

Happy Ending Showcases a Promising Trailer

Saif is shown as the “Flamboyant writer” who has already had a breakthrough in his career and believes that he has it all- money, fame, and women. So, the “young at heart” writer thinks it’s absolutely unnecessary for him to work hard further in life. Govinda, after a long break from Bollywood is back with the “Govinda-comedy” which used to dominate the Bollywood comedy genre during the ‘90s. He plays a star looking to get a Hollywood-inspired Bollywood script written by Saif. Not much is revealed about Ileana’s role, but like in Barfi and Main Tera Hero, her appearance in the film makes the movie look absolutely stunning.

Ungli: They Have shown The Finger

The film stars Emraan Hashmi, Randeep Hooda, Neil Bhoopalam, Kangana Ranaut, and Angad Bedi as the members of the gang “Ungli” (finger) with the motto “it’s time to show them the finger”, who decide to fight corruption, while Sanjay Dutt plays the cop in-charge of putting an end to the gang, Ungli. When doing the right thing doesn’t get you the expected result, take the wrong turn; this is what the Ungli gang has done.

Margarita, With A Straw: Kalki At Her Best

Shonali Bose however has come out with a film that explores a theme never experimented with before – disability and sexuality – in her film Margarita, With a Straw. The film stars the talented Kalki Koechlin who plays the wheelchair-driven girl suffering from Cerebral Palsy.

Evergreen Bollywood Classics

Over the years Bollywood music has evolved magnificently. With the country’s zeal for music, driving it forward, Bollywood has brought to us a song for every occasion. From intense Urdu couplets that sing our tongue with the melody of the beautiful language, to woeful ballads; from patriotic songs that have become a soulful way to pay respect to our nation, to dance numbers, Bollywood has a song for every occasion.

PK Posters: An Unconventional Promotional Approach

The look of Aamir in each of the posters is unconventional; his expression also has much to say about the film. However, there has been no revelation of any sort as to what the film has to offer. Rumour has it that it will be a satire on Hindu Gods and godmen but drawing from the posters in which Aamir is found in different kinds of attire, it is hard to say whether there is any truth to it.

Finding Fanny: A Review

From the makers of Being Cyrus and Cocktail, comes to you a story of five unfinished love in Finding Fanny. […]

Making Of Mary Kom: Nobody Else Could Have Done It Better

It is way too easy for someone to sit at home criticising an actor. But when actors have to go out of their way to convince the audience of his or her character, it takes a lot of hard work and sweat as proved by the video that highlights the making of Mary Kom. Especially when movies are inspired by true stories, the actor playing the lead role needs to deeply engage with the mind of the person whose life is being brought to the silver screen.

Mary Kom: A Movie Review

What a woman! That was the thought I carried home after watching Mary Kom. Mc Mary Kom has created her own destiny in real life, and Bollywood’s talented actor Priyanka Chopra has captured that story skilfully and, more so, passionately for us, bringing it to the silver screen. These two women are just incredible!

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