Raghuvir Yadav News
Identity Card: Kashmir, raw and real!
The film starring Vipin Sharma, Brijendra Kala and Saurabh Shukla is a brave and thought provoking sensitive thriller
Kashmir, without the William Shakespeare tadka that Vishal Bhardwaj is about to unleash on on the unsuspecting audience – that’s the world inhabited by debutant director Rahat Kazmi’s small-big film about three innocent civilians who get picked up by the Special Task Force in Srinagar. Click here to read more
Movies to watch this week: Raja Natwarlal and Identity Card
The Emraan Hashmi flick will fight it out with the bravest film on Kashmir, which has been winning awards at every international film festival
Director: Kunal Deshmukh
Star cast: Emraan Hashmi, Humaima Malik, Kay Kay Menon, Paresh Rawal, Deepak Tijori
Synopsis: A small-time con man (Emraan Hashmi) seeks Click here to read more
Slumdog Millionaire actor Madhur Mittal to play the lead in Pocket Gangster!
After fetching fame for his Hollywood projects such as Slumdog Millionaire and Million Dollar Arm the young actor is all set to play the lead in his forthcoming
Not many know that Madhur Mittal who was seen Freida Pinto and Dev Patel starrer Oscar winning movie Slumdog Millionaire, was also seen in Bollywood flicks such as Shahrukh Khan’s One Two Ka Four and Salman Khan starring Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye as a child artiste. Click here to read more
MOD Quick Movie Review: Slow going, but with a twist
After Rockford and Hyderabad Blues, we all expected great things from director Nagesh Kukunoor. Some duds later (like Bombay to Bangkok), he did do us proud with Dor, but then followed that up with the thud-flop Tasveer 24/7. Now he has come up with Mod, with his fave lady Ayesha Takia, and filmy newbie Rannvijay Singh. This is what our very own critic smsed us as he watched the preview: First half: slow, full of wtf moments, good cinematography. Rannvijay hams full on, acts pansy. Takia looks pretty. Raghuvir Yadav sings two songs. But there is a khatru twist at the interval point.” We wait for the full review from our critic. You can watch this space for a link to the main review tomorrow.
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Nagesh Kukunoor: ‘Mod’ is an unusual Bollywood love story
Critically acclaimed Bollywood filmmaker Nagesh Kukunoor in a chat about his latest film Mod and how he wants to make action, crime and sci-fi films in the future
In Bollywood, love stories are more common than anything else. So why would someone want to watch Mod? What is so special about it?
Well, Mod is a love story but it is not the kind you see in Bollywood today. For me love stories work only when characters are mismatched and the journey of falling in love is equally important if not more than the actual act of falling in love. If you as the audience already know yes these two people are already made for each other then the fun is lost, but if the characters are quirky as it is in Mod you wonder that how are these two people going to come together. Having said that, there is also an element of mystery associated with the film. Click here to read more