Articles tagged with: bollywood
A long awaited movie directed by Anurag Basu, Kites boosts up a love story crossing up the linguistic barriers along with hosting a blend of Indian curry spiced up with some Mexican nachos. A romantic anecdote between an Indian and Mexican, Kites is just worth a one time watch, only if you do not expect your popcorn to remain crispy, crusty and crunchy throughout the movie.
A more of a leer and simpler kind of drama by Ashwini Dhir, Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge is quite different from all the frenzied laugh acts that have been trying to make its audiences laugh recently in Bollywood. The movie does not even try to convince you that life is full of smiles and laughter, where as it just goes on creating condition where in you feel the warmth and smile off with a known eccentricity of the decipherable situations.
Directed by : Mahesh Manjrekar
Director of Photography : Ajit Reddy
Editor : Sarvesh Parab
Music director : Ajit Parab
Lyrics : Shriranga Godbole
Produced by Dar Motion Picture, City of Gold is an upcoming bollywood film which is directed …
One more cinema that motivates, moves, inspires and forces you to think. My Name is Khan not only brushes out the history, but also builds up an astonishing vignette with its challenging scenes that lay out a question in front of its audiences and debunk all the myths that have been laid down up till now. “
It’s current and topical. Ram Gopal Verma returns back to his old lets dissect the world attitude with the go fast kind movie, Rann. Though it runs on some predictive lines, the movie has a gripping touch that keeps its audiences not to move out for popcorn. There is businessman-politician-news baron at work that brings out the whole known story of the media world, news battle and the hackneyed politician chronicle that tells you that “sensationalism” is not the only buzzword in the business of news.
Amid a lot of criticism from past few days posed by Shiv Sena, a political party based in Mumbai, to disrupt the release of MY NAME IS KHAN, an optimistic thing happened when tickets were …
With ‘Hey ya‘ running successfully over all the top most countdowns of radio stations from past two weeks, ‘Karthik Calling Karthik’, an upcoming bollywood film has created a space for itself amid big banners that …
The 47 year old Oscar nominated Australian filmmaker Baz Luhrmann was on his fourth trip to India. As part of a Le Sutra and Royal Enfield program, Australian portrait painter Vincent Fantauzzo too accompanied him.
A wacky kind of black comedy by the Debutant Director, Abhishek Chaubey, Ishqiya is a completely desi delight. Though there is a mark of Vishal Bharadwaj on the movie, the director has managed to come up with his own taste as well. If you are in a mood of watching some bold and hardcore cinema then Ishqiya can be on your list this weekend.
A perfect ending to an exciting 2009 for India, 3 Idiots is a perfect model of the new age Indian who is a non-conformist and questions the outdated methods and chooses to live his life on his own terms of finding new roads that evade out the rat race. As assured all the desi cinema flatters accompanied with the ‘apna Bollywood’ style makes the movie a worth watch with friends for the weekend.