Madhubala Ek Ishq Ek Junoon TV review: Drashti Dhami and Gunjan Utreja have a spark!
The show has taken a 20 year leap and with a new hero
Before the leap, Madhubala Ek Ishq Ek Junoon was the love story of Rishab Kundra and Madhubala. We witnessed their ups and downs, love-hate-love phases, misunderstandings, obsessions and Click here to read more
Aaha Kalyanam movie review: Vaani Kapoor lacks the southern connect in Band Baaja Baaraat remake!
The southern remake of Hindi entertainer Band Baaja Baaraat, is a faithful attempt by debutant director A Gokul Krishna. But the biggest problem with it is that it’s a frame-to-frame copy of the original and that too sans creativity
For all those who have watched the original, Aaha Kalyanam will turn out to be unsatisfying, while for the rest it’s a decent one-time watch with humour that crackles at regular intervals. Click here to read more
Pompeii movie review: The film is distinct and appealing!
Cast: Kit Harington, Emily Browning, Jared Harris, Carrie-Anne Moss, Adewale Akkinnuoye-Agbaje, Jessica Lucas and Kiefer Sutherland; Director: Paul W S Anderson
A historical drama based on the ill-fated Roman city of the same name, director Paul W S Anderson’s Pompeii is a far cry from Robert Harris’ 2003 novel. Click here to read more
Highway movie review: Engaging and atypical improvised Bollywood road movie!
Imitaz Ali’s much awaited road films starring Randeep Hooda and Alia Bhatt released today
Abduction paradoxically results in liberation for both the sheltered daughter of a rich industrialist and her hardened-criminal kidnapper in Imtiaz Ali’s Highway. Atypically, neither strain dominates Click here to read more
The Monuments Men movie review: George Clooney fails to inject dramatic tension into this well-intended saga!
Cast: George Clooney, Matt Damon, Bill Murray, John Goodman, Jean Dujardin, Bob Balaban, Hugh Bonneville, Cate Blanchett and Dimitri Leonidas; Director: George Clooney
After the recent Lone Survivor and RoboCop, here is another film that throws hues of American glorification. Click here to read more
Gulabi Gang movie review: No glorification of the pink revolution!
Nishtha Jain’s no-nonsense documentary is an unadulterated portrayal of the land where young women are burnt alive and the men keep mum
“You will have to f**k your own mothers and daughters if this keeps happening,” yells a visibly agitated middle-aged man in his thick and rustic Bihari accent upon encountering a situation wherein a young woman is burnt alive by her in-laws, even as the entire village stands united stressing that what happened to the girl in the question was her mere kismet. Click here to read more