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SO, this weekend the movie that will be releasing is Sanju bhai’s ‘Zila Ghaziabad’. Here is a short synopsis: Directed by Anand Kumar Produced by Vinod Bachan Showman International Written by Anand Kumar Starring Sanjay Dutt, Arshad Warsi, Vivek Oberoi, Minissha Lamba, Ravi Kishan, Paresh Rawal, Sunil Grover Music by Pritam Distributed by Showman International Release date(s) February 22, 2013 Country India Language Hindi Budget 60 crore (US$10.92...

So here it is, the much awaited Race 2. I really liked Race 1. I loved the suspense and speed of the first “Race”! But as tradition has been, with some obvious exceptions, sequels usually disappoint. I am not really sure if Race 2 will be a follower of that tradition or an obvious exception. Lets take a loot at the synopsis. Directed by Abbas-Mustan Produced by Ramesh S. Taurani, Ronnie...

Do watch Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola (Vishal Bharadwaj, 2013), not for what it delivers, but what it intends, the performances, and the laughs. Having said that, I must say that I was disappointed by the film. While film has been widely categorized as a romantic comedy, the great potential of it becoming a unique political drama was washed away. I am disheartened by Vishal Bharadwaj making a film where the feelings and interests of a few men overshadow the larger issues around. In a country with 85% people belonging to the community of...

A first look at the Inkaar poster makes it seem a lot like the movie “Corporate”. But if you see the trailer and read the story (as you are about to do) you will realise it is a lot more racier and sexier than “Corporate”. So come and take a look at my preview of the movie “Inkaar” Directed by Sudhir Mishra Produced by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures Starring Arjun Rampal, Chitrangada...

Having watched Maya Darpan (Kumar Shahani, 1972), I find it disheartening that Kumar Shahani (along with M S Sathyu and Mani Kaul), remains one of the most underrated Indian film directors. His films are virtually extinct in most forms of media and are rarely discussed, even in the film study circuits. The film, therefore stands out as an exotic masterpiece of Indian cinema. The film is an inwardly seeking story of a girl living in her ancestral home with her father and aunt, in an upper cast conservative family. While the direction...

Director: Jafar Panahi Cast: Shima Mobarak-Shahi, Safar Samandar, Shayesteh Irani, Ayda Sadeqi, Golnaz Farmani. Few things are as unifying as a fiery populace of men cheering for a much smaller group as they descend into the arena, representing their country. It sounds like war, yet applies to sports. Same difference, though. The euphoric jeers and the shrieks that collectively erupt in a stadium or at television sets witnessing the unfolding of a nail-biting match are arguably a universal phenomenon. Sports is perhaps man’s greatest...