Gangs Of Wasseypur review News
GANGS OF WASSEYPUR movie review: Don’t miss this entertaining commotion!
Superlative performances, expressive writing, matchless background score and brilliant cinematography are some of the many key elements that make Anurag Kashyap’s Gangs of Wasseypur possibly the best dark comedy in Indian cinema
We see an extreme close-up of a television screen showcasing Smriti Irani chanting the title track of a renowned soap. The quintessential bahu goes Rishton ke bhi roop badlte hain, ek pidhi aati hain ek phidhi jaati hain, kyun ki saas bhi kabhi bahu thi! (Relations keep changing. One generation appears on the foreground the older one fades into the background because every dog has his day!) The camera zooms out and gives the full view of a room with a bunch of village bumpkins engrossed in catching up their daily dose of saas-bahu drama. Click here to read more
‘Peddlers’ receives favourable reviews at the Cannes Film Festival 2012
Most critics say that the film starts off quite naively, but the action-packed last portion more than makes up for its flaws
While Anurag Kashyap’s Gangs Of Wasseypur has been receiving rave reviews at the Cannes Film Festival 2012, the other Indian film he has produced, Peddlers, directed by first-time writer-director Vasan Bala, is also getting a favourable response. Click here to read more
GANGS OF WASSEYPUR music review: Rooted, quirky and brilliant!
Music: Sneha Khanvalkar
Lyrics: Varun Grover and Piyush Mishra
Sneha Khanvalkar experiments with local folk singers – they croon to a reggae-style number, mouth folk lyrics to techno beats and blabber incomprehensible sounds – to come up with India’s most authentic and best fusion album of our times
Most of the tracks in the 14-song soundtrack of Gangs Of Wasseypur are sung by local artistes from UP, Bihar and Bengal. Click here to read more
GANGS OF WASSEYPUR quick movie review: Entertaining!
Anurag Kashyap stays true to his edgy style and delivers a power packed entertainer
Gangs of Wasseypur, Anurag Kashyap’s latest movie hits the theatres today, and because the entire movie is five and half hours long, it’s being screened in two parts. Click here to read more