Is this the love story of a villain? A good guy turning villain, or a villain turning into a good guy? Too much of confusion? Not with Mohit Suri's Ek Villain, it seems. Read On..
Humshakals has received flak ever since its first trailer was released. The Sajid Khan film hits theatres on Friday. Has it proved to be a disappointment or is it any better?
Dev, Devi (Kiara), Gaurav (boxer Vijender) and Aditya (Arfi) are a bunch of carefree friends whose life is turned upside down when they are pushed into the big, bad world outside their college. The 'awesome' foursome decide to take on the corrupt system and a hypocrite society.
Filmistaan is a delightful film. It has heart, imagination and intelligence. It is a celebration of our enduring love affair with Hindi cinema. And it is a touching exploration of the shared humanity between Indians and Pakistanis.
With impressive action moves, a compelling plot and taut direction, Holiday: A Soldier is Never Off Duty is a summer hit in the making. Be prepared for suspension of disbelief though!
In a short span of four years, Rajkummar Rao has gone from being one of the many actors in Love Sex aur Dhokha to a National Award-winning leading man. Watch his performance in Citylights to understand why.
This film will remind you of Salman Khan entertainers like Dabangg (where the hero plays a good man disguised as a bad one!) but with a lot of decency. Here's a hero trying similar stunts but one who gets emotional just when you think he should beat up the baddies.
Good films require innovation; bad ones are usually recipe-based. And the really terrible ones? Those are recipes gone horribly wrong. What the makers of The Xposé will have you believe is cinema is actually punch lines, and lots of songs roughly mashed together.
Remember the ‘milk miracle’ of the 1990s? Apparently when a spoonful of milk was held up to the trunk of a Ganesha idol in Delhi, the deity ‘drank’ it. Soon, believers all over the country were offering milk to Ganesha, and the statues were gladly obliging.
Writer-director Amole Gupte’s forte is working with children. In films like Taare Zameen Par and Stanley Ka Dabba, he presented children in all their heartbreaking vulnerability and complexity.