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Posted on Jul 19 2013 - 5:07pm by sourav roy

Biopics are different from regular cinema. In biopics, the director is tightly bound by the shackles of the story, facts and narration, and has very little space for experimentation. The only aspects of film-making he can play with are presentation and style. In case of Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, there was the additional complexity involved with making a biopic on a sports-person. And hence, Rakeysh Omprakash...

After a stale box-office weekend last week, this week the screens have opened to very different, one of its kind movies. Surprisingly both the directors at loggerheads this week are up with their second cinema-child, F.A.L.T.U maker and renowned reality show judge cum choreographer Remo D’souza with ABCD (AnyBody Can Dance) Vs cult film “A Wednesday” maker Neeraj Pandey introducing the famous...

The runaway success of Race prompted the makers to come out with Race 2 which hits the screen today. With an ensemble cast comprising a few of the top most stars of the industry, Race 2 seems like just the thriller one would want to see on a weekend. But will it live up to the expectations? Plot: Armaan Malik (John Abraham) is a filthy rich businessman who does not speak below billions. Elena (Deepika...

Director: Giuseppe Tornatore Cast: Jacques Perrin, Phillippe Noiret, Salvatore Cascio, Marco Leonardi Cinema Paradiso (1988) is one of those rare films that can convey the ache of separation and the magic of enchantment. It begins with renowned director Salvatore Di Vita getting the news of old Alfredo’s demise, which launches the film into a flashback. Plot: All those years back, little ‘Toto’...

Life is beautiful movie review: Director: Roberto Benigni Cast: Roberto Benigni, Nicoletta Braschi and Giorgio Cantarini. The era of the World War was a dark time. There was propaganda, violence and unprecedented loss. And then, there was heroism. Everyday heroism. Courage of ordinary men and women, with fettered bodies but free minds. This one in particular, is a tale of love, romance and triumph...

At a time when the entire country is trying to raise its voice against violence against women, Sudhir Mishra’s Inkaar tries to deal with something that is very common in every other workplace – sexual harassment. How does Inkaar fare? Read on to know more. Plot: Rahul Verma (Arjun Rampal) is the CEO of a reputed ad agency and he spots Maya Luthra (Chitrangada Singh) in an ad-film contest. He takes...