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  • | December 28th, 2012

    Bollywood greats who left us in 2012: A tribute!

    Bollywood greats who left us in 2012: A tribute!

    The Indian film industry – be it Bollywood, the South, Bengali or Marathi – lost some very important people in 2012. We pay homage to those who bid adieu, including family of industry folks
    The most shocking B-town deaths in 2012 were of filmmaker Yash Chopra and actor Rajesh Khanna. The Yash Raj Films’ head honcho passed away due to dengue and multi-organ failure on October 21, a month before the release of his last directorial project, Jab Tak Hai Jaan. And Khanna, known as India’s first superstar, died of health complications on July 18. Click here to read more

  • | May 14th, 2012

    DEPARTMENT music review: Lively and powerful

    DEPARTMENT music review: Lively and powerful

    With songs like Dan dan cheeni , the soundtrack of Ram Gopal Varma’s Amitabh Bachchan-starrer is likable, but it could’ve been better
    Film: Department; Music Directors: Dharam-Sandeep, Vikram Nagi, Bappa Lahiri; Lyricists: Vaayu, Shabbir Ahmed, Sandip Singh; Singers: Paroma, Ravi, Sandeep Patil, Ritu Pathak, Mika, Sudesh Bhosle, Sanjay Dutt, Farhad Bhiwandiwalla. Rating: *** Click here to read more

  • | February 20th, 2012

    LOVE FAILURE movie review: A treat to watch

    LOVE FAILURE movie review: A treat to watch

    Love Failure is a contemporary story that highlights the confusions among youth, their dreams, super sensitive nature and ego trips in a realistic manner
    Actor Siddharth’s maiden production venture made under the banner of Y Not Studios is a well-made movie with a good breezy narration and trendy presentation. Love Failure is a sincere attempt that has no room for a cinematic and melodramatic narration. The screenplay is tight and dialogues are contemporary and it makes the film connect with the audiences. The honesty of the producers and director is apparent in the film that’s made with good quality content and without using the usual commercial elements in the script. Director Balaji Mohan‘s creativity shows as he narrates the story in an ultra cool fashion. The film is backed by tight and interesting script with no illogical sequences and the focus remains on a realistic presentation. One can relate the sequences with what’s happening around us. Click here to read more