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'The Dirty Picture': Needlessly smutty

‘The Dirty Picture’: Needlessly smutty

Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan played Santa Clause when one of the assistant directors of his forthcoming film “Agneepath” lost her cell phone on the sets. The actor gifted the assistant director (AD) an iPhone, after she lost her phone during the shoot in Diu. “This was about ten days ago. The pace of the schedule […]...
'I Am Kalam' gives message without preaching

‘I Am Kalam’ gives message without preaching

  The boy is a dreamer. One look at the former President of India A.P.J. Abdul Kalam on television and Chotu decides to call himself Kalam. Kalam believes every child has the right to education. Without the least display of pity or preachiness, debutant director Nila Madab Panda creates a world of infinite hope and […]...
'Aarakshan', a well-crafted film on the need for education

‘Aarakshan’, a well-crafted film on the need for education

First things first. Is “Aarakshan” pro or anti reservation? The intricacies of this cleverly-written film do not allow us the luxury of arriving at any definitive conclusion on the matter. For or against job reservation ceases to be the core issue in “Aarakshan” after a point. The film is fully pro-education, that’s for sure. What […]...
'Not A Love Story' leaves you open-mouthed

‘Not A Love Story’ leaves you open-mouthed

Which demons could possibly provoke two normal healthy ambitious young people to kill a man, cut his limbs into several pieces and attempt to dispose of his body in the thick jungles? “Not A Love Story” attempts to unravel the abiding mystery of human nature and the extreme measures it resorts to, when pushed to […]...
'Bodyguard' - delivers the goods

‘Bodyguard’ – delivers the goods

For three years now, every Eid, a Salman Khan movie has become one of the rewards of the festival. Whereas last year we had “Dabangg”, which despite its simplicity had layers into it, this year we are treated to “The Bodyguard” which isn’t a patch on “Dabangg”. Despite this, it has enough to hold the […]...
'That Girl In Yellow Boots' good news for Indian cinema

‘That Girl In Yellow Boots’ good news for Indian cinema

The 1960s were a wonderful time for Indian cinema. The government set up the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) to impart cinema education and FFC (Film Finance Corporation) to fund creative cinema. The result – beginning 1969 India saw what is today called ‘The New Indian Cinema’ that resulted in some of the […]...
'Mere Brother Ki Dulhan' flounders right through

‘Mere Brother Ki Dulhan’ flounders right through

Somewhere in the vast spaces of mainstream Hindi cinema, the North Indian shaadi with its band baaja and, yes, baarati, seems to have made a permanent place in our cinema. “Mere Brother Ki Dulhan” (MBKD) is the third film in the last 8 months after the delightful “Band Baaja Baarat” and the surprising “Tanu Weds […]...
Shahid Kapoor stands tall in 'Mausam'

Shahid Kapoor stands tall in ‘Mausam’

There is an absolutely devastating moment of pure drama in this eagerly-awaited far-from-disappointing romance where Shahid Kapoor, playing one of the most deliciously challenging roles of his career, espies from a train the lost love of his life, Sonam Kapoor, standing forlorn in the snow with luggage, like Meryl Streep in “The French Lieutenant’s Woman” […]...
'Force' - action speaks louder than words

‘Force’ – action speaks louder than words

A raw rugged cop’s tale of vicious vendetta fused into a tender romance seems like a hard act to live up to. But Nishikant Kamat, seeking inspiration from a hit Tamil film “Kaakha Kaakha” manages just fine. He gets incredible support from dialogue writer Ritesh Shah, who infuses every exchange on love (with the girl […]...
'Ladies Vs Ricky Behl', an engaging con caper

‘Ladies Vs Ricky Behl’, an engaging con caper

Please don’t look for another “Band Baaja Baaraat” from the Ranveer Singh-Anushka Sharma-Maneesh Sharma team. And chances are, you will come away from “Ladies Vs Ricky Behl” with a feeling of having seen a smoothly-sculpted con caper about a suave charlatan who wins over 31….or is it 32?…women and then breaks their heart while running […]...
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