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SHUTTLECOCK BOYS movie review: Boy bonding – as real as it gets!
Director Hemant Gaba’s directorial debut touches a chord without resorting to any filmi gimmickry
Shuttlecock Boys is as much about badminton as the Amitabh Bachchan-Tabu starrer Cheeni Kum was about cooking. Director Hemant Gaba’s debut feature takes a ‘real’ look at the bonding that men share. Click here to read more
HARUD trailer: Aamir Bashir turns director
The A Wednesday actor’s directorial debut will see the light of day later this month
Aamir Bashir the actor has been around for quite some time now. We have seen him on the big screen, on the idiot box, in serials and many advertisements too. But now, meet Aamir Bashir the director. Click here to read more
KSHAY movie review: Depressing, but a very compelling watch!
Director Karan Gour’s film about the life of a lower middle class couple makes a statement about the obsession for money and the pointlessness of it
Kshay is one of the rare films of its kind that has actually found a release, albeit limited. After doing the rounds of international festivals and winning rave reviews, it is now being released this weekend. Click here to read more
THAT GIRL IN YELLOW BOOTS Review: An Anurag Kashyap masterclass
It is the director’s most challenging film yet. Eat your heart out, Ram Gopal Varma
It is a well-established fact that writer/director Anurag Kashyap is the poster-boy of Indian independent cinema and with That Girl In Yellow Boots, he proves exactly why. Kashyap has grown film by film. Whether it’s the raw and edgy Paanch or the sprawling docu-drama Black Friday, the flawed but interesting No Smoking, the taut Gulal or his box-office breakthrough film Dev.D, Kashyap has only expanded his oeuvre as a director, refusing to be bogged down by convention or formula. Click here to read more