Is it fair to expect filmmakers only to produce the kinds of films we’ve come to associate with them? Is it right to presume the same level of depth and complexity from each
Accept, adjust, adapt, manage, tolerate, settle and ultimately suffer. This is the sad reality of many women in India today and the mindset they are expected to follow.
During a press interview for Jagga Jasoos, when asked the overly-repeated question of just how he managed to keep the faith in director Anurag Basu throughout the turbulent (puttin
What was the point of that? I ask this with genuine curiosity because Bank Chor is utterly exhausting and a whole of nothing.
Among the things that struck me most about Dinesh Vijan’s Raabta was the blaring background score from Sachin-Jigar which was at many points just pain for the ears.
Expectations are a funny thing when watching a movie. They tend to play a surprisingly significant role in shaping your experience of a film.
Badrinath Ki Dulhania is quite simply a gutsy surprise.
Kaabil is one of those wonderful little surprises that keeps your faith in mainstream movies going.
The term ‘Bollywood remake’ tends to have a bad rep, gives it’s typically associated with more gloss, glamour and melodrama, rather than maintaining substance of the original conte
Befikre is in many ways your quintessential, escapist, larger than life Bollywood love story – set in an exotic foreign location, brimming with song and dance and a bunch of
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