If your going to make a Bollywood love story, you need to land it, plain and simple.
Mainstream Bollywood really needs a more dedicated term for the ‘curse of the second half’, maybe Akira-ism will suffice given this one is oh so inflicted.
The key lesson to be learnt from Mohanjo Daro is that regardless of how strong your cast may be, how high your budgets, how showboat-y the action or how large the scale of the sets
The trailer of Rustom made it pretty clear that we weren’t exactly going to be in for a show of subtlety in this murder-mystery based on true events, so the hope was that a strong
A masala potboiler that’s more slick and competent than you would expect
A year ago we all knew what to expect from a quintessential Salman Khan film.
I have a somewhat love-hate relationship with Anurag Kashyap’s films.
Sarbjit is one of the most inconsistent cinematic experiences I’ve had in recent time.
Azhar is a film that finds itself stuck between the realms of being a serious biopic and a commercial blockbuster.
Again the same old ‘dishoom dishoom’, hero-villain conflict, with a female lead who is little more than the damsel in distress and minimal thought put into the script or story.
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