It’s not a man’s world, not anymore. At least this is what R Balki’s Ki & Ka tries to establish: In this world, women behave like men, and men are already men.
Goa is the new north India for the Hindi film industry. Filmmakers know the formula: Sinister-looking foreigners, local gangsters wearing floral shirts, drug trafficking and bars with Russian boards.
There’s a strong Karan Johar impression on Kapoor & Sons, but that is expected. After all, he is the producer of the film.
Poor villagers running around and open gypsies trailing them has become a trademark of Prakash Jha’s filmmaking.
The man who gave us stark movies like Citylights and Shahid, brings one more gritty film to theatres this Friday.
We know Neerja Bhanot’s story, but are curious nevertheless to see how it unfolds on the silver screen.
You must have heard of Tanakpur. Yes, that snow-clad Uttarakhand town your friend went for vacations last winter. It all starts there, when Aakash (Pulkit Samrat) and Shruti (Yami Gautam) are still kids.
What would you expect a Bollywood hero to do? Confess love and deliver some high-octane dramatic dialogues? That’s not what you get in Abhishek Kapoor’s Fitoor.
Truth be told, we fell for the pre-release hype of R Madhavan’s Saala Khadoos: It claimed to be based on ‘true life events’, had Rajkumar Hirani as the producer, with a ‘real’ boxer playing the lead character of a pugilist.
Sunny Deol’s Ajay Mehra hasn’t been healthy off-late (read mentally). Well, he never was. Who kills so many people in one go?