Coffee Bloom movie review: Imperfect brew of drama between sketchy characters
Directed by debutante Manu Warrier, Coffee Bloom stars Arjun Mathur, Sugandha Garg, Mohan Kapoor, Nandini Sen and Ishwari Bose-Bhattacharya
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Badmashiyaan movie review: Even Sharib Hashmi’s impeccable comic timing can’t salvage this film!
Small budget films are definitely worth the money. Will this be as good as its music album? Read on the full movie review to know…
When I went to watch this lesser known film, to be honest, I had a lot of expectations from the film. Mostly because I had heard the music album of the film, which was laden with some superb tracks some by Mohit Chauhan, Ankit Tiwari, Shilpa Rao, Anupam Amod and others. Even for the Click here to read more
Badmashiyaan quick movie review: Sharib Hashmi is hardly visible in this confusing plot!
The Filmistaan actor is back with yet another comedy. But is it good enough to keep you hooked?
One of the best finds of last year, Sharib Hashmi, who did an exceptional job in tickling your funny bone in Filmistaan is back with yet another comedy film. This time around it is a multi-starrer romcom called Badmashiyaan, starring Sidhant Gupta, Suzanna Mukherjee, Karan Mehra, Gunjan Malhotra. Produced by Vijay Gutte and directed by Amit Khanna, the film is set to release in theatres tomorrow. Click here to read more
Tere Shehar Mein TV review: Sachin Tyagi and Gautami Kapoor give a charming performance; Hiba Nawab will take some getting used to
Rajan Shahi is back with a bang and his new show seems interesting and very promising
After Directors Kut Productions’ recent not so successful reign with Itti Si Khushi, Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya and Amrit Manthan, Rajan Shahi is all set to experiment with his new show Tere Shehar Mein on Star Plus. Click here to read more
India Poochega – Sabse Shaana Kaun? TV review: Shah Rukh Khan’s magic adds flavour to an interesting game show
So how entertaining is SRK’s return to TV? Read on to find out
As far as I remember, a game show, where a contestant made big money by answering a set of questions, first happened in Kaun Banega Crorepati, which was made iconic by the booming voice of Amitabh Bachchan. Click here to read more
Razia Sultan TV review: Shah Rukh Khan’s narration is the perfect icing on this historical cake!
There was a time when television in India revolved only around the lives of joint families, Indian women and love stories. The serials were merely women oriented, trying to capture their day to day activities, in order to cater to their targeted audience. While these serials still continue, there is a definite change in the content airing on the small screen.
The saas-bahu sagas have now become less considerable thanks to the growing popularity of historic biopics. Yes, TV serials, mounted on a grand scale and based on the life of real characters, significant to the history of India, are in vogue these days. And so, Razia Sultan on &TV grabbed headlines for more reasons than just Shah Rukh Khan’s narration. Click here to read more