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Distributors not willing to buy Anurag Kashyap’s Ghoomketu
The ace filmmaker is now trying some new technique to catch the eye of the distributors
Anurag Kashyap‘s films have perennially been facing issues. Reason being his films are not massy and appeal more to the classes and connoisseurs of great cinema. The Girl In Yellow Boots, Ugly, Shorts, Katiyabaaz, etc are some examples.The latest to join the list is Ghoomketu, directed by ad filmmaker Pushpendra Misra under Anurag’s Phantom Films. Click here to read more
Ugly movie review: Ronit Roy’s stellar performance in this Anurag Kashyap film blows you away
Kashyap has come up with a dark film which exposes the dark underbelly of Mumbai in the most realistic manner! Read the full movie review…
This morning when I saw the short film, Kali Katha, which is a prelude to the story of Ugly, I was highly intrigued to find out what will happen next. I kept wondering as to what Kali’s character would be like? How does she get kidnapped? Who would have done it? Well, in the evening when I saw the film, I not only had the answers to these questions but was also left with a brilliant cinematic experience.
When I entered the theatre, people were busy chatting and messaging on their phones, but Anurag Kashyap’s brilliant execution of the film commanded pin-drop silence. Not a single person fidgeted with his phone or got distracted by anything else, so hooking was the film. So without any further delays, here’s my view point on the film…
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Ranbir Kapoor tries out ‘guerrilla’ style in ‘Barfi’!
Guerrilla tactic of shooting has its set of challenges involved, but looks like Anurag Basu is all for it in his upcoming movie, Barfi!
To up the natural element in a movie, makers have often opted for the Guerrilla style of filming. Recently we witnessed this style in The Girl In Yellow Boots, No One Killed Jessica, Dhobi Ghat, Bodyguard and Shaitan. And the latest buzz is that Anurag Basu has used it in the Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra starrer Barfi!, The film has sequences of Ranbir in chaotic areas of Phool Market, Mullick Ghat, Old Tram Station, Dorjipada near Hathi Bagan of North Kolkata and Laha Badi in Central Kolkata. Wondering what made director Basu shoot amidst the oblivious crowd? Click here to read more