Inside story: A hit Bollywood director’s gay love story with Pakistani writer revealed!
Cineswami takes a closer look at Bollywood’s reel and real gay love stories
We live in liberal times. 2014 is almost upon us and we like to believe that we are free of prejudice. Which is why we applaud fearlessly and openly a gay love story that we witnessed with our own eyes at the Click here to read more
Bullett Raja: Why Saif Ali Khan needs to start watching Hindi films!
Saif’s recent release hasn’t really impressed the audience
A few days before the release of Bullett Raja, Saif Ali Khan said: “I don’t watch Hindi films! I don’t know why. During my childhood days, I remember watching Doordarshan and Nirupama Roy crying on screen. That time I decided to watch Click here to read more
Bollywood sidelined, Thierry Fremaux and Susan Sarandon steal the show at IFFI
Cineswami talks about the happenings at the ongoing International Film Festival of India in Goa
The National Film Development Corporation’s Film Bazaar, India’s biggest film trade market, is now concluded and the annual jamboree that is the International Film Festival of India, both events in sunny and sandy Goa, continues. As always, several Bollywood stars Click here to read more
Are Bollywood films being sold on sex and emotions?
Cineswami analyses the way Bollywood PR machine try to compete for eyeballs in today’s crowded market
You, the public, are subjected to an avalanche of trivial information about the latest upcoming Bollywood release. No detail, no matter how trivial, is news to the Bollywood PR companies. And we, the bearers of such news, suffer from Click here to read more
Why will Krrish 3 be a blockbuster?
Cineswami analyses the fate of Rakesh Roshan’s next
For those of you who despaired at Kangna Ranaut’s bizarre outfits and hairdos in the Dil tu hi bata song in Krrish 3 and cringed at the sheer ’80s tacky cheesiness of the God Allah aur Bhagwan number in the same film Click here to read more
Anti-India film Waar breaks Shahrukh Khan’s Chennai Express record in Pakistan
Cineswami compares the success of the recently released Pakistani film with the SRK starrer in Pakistan
Bilal Lashari’s Waar, Pakistan’s biggest budget film ever, opened over Eid, against Boss and is breaking box office records. Chennai Express previously held the opening day record in Pakistan, collecting Rs 90 lakh. Waar has beaten it, collecting more than Rs 1.1 crore. Click here to read more