Five 90s Movies Not to be Missed

Written by on September 13th, 2010

The Golden Days. The age of cinema that defines my childhood. The age of cinema when Bollywood existed in its true essence. The age of cinema in which films were made to entertain not for personal vendettas, rivalry against peers, awards or attention. The age of cinema that I dearly miss. The 90s. However, there […]

Lafangey Parindey

Written by on August 21st, 2010

Brand Yash Raj is desperately attempting to walk hand-in-hand with demands of the Indian audiences in the 21st century. One of the most prominent steps taken by the production house is to embrace the new outlook in cinema that the new generation has is by giving a break to new film makers. However, these new […]


Written by on August 15th, 2010

I look forward to the day when writers of Hindi horror flicks will find something new to explore other than the done-and-dusted tale of the angry atma/spirit seeking revenge. That line in itself has probably turned you off this Friday’s release, Rajeev Virani’s Help. The film has the unconventional cast of Bobby Deol and Mugdha […]

“Commercials are fun as I get to be myself”- Adah Sharma

Written by on August 13th, 2010

The most talented of artists have a tendency to come onscreen, wow you and then disappear for lengths of time. One of those artists is Adah Sharma who blew audiences and critics away with her very first film, 1920, which not only was appreciated by critics but also declared a box office hit. She now […]

We Are Family

Written by on August 12th, 2010

Siddharth Malhorta’s upcoming venture titled We Are Family, produced by Dharma Production barely needs an introduction. From the very conception of this project it’s been making the news, much like all Karan Johar productions. The Kajol, Kareena and Arjun Rampal starrer that is an official remake of Hollywood flick Stepmom is finally about to reach […]

“Pythagoras is everything I am not” – Nakuul Mehta

Written by on August 6th, 2010

There are not many one-film-old actors you meet in the industry who manage to leave quite an impression with both their on-screen and off-screen attitudes, yet Nakuul Mehta manages to do both. He chooses to travel his own path come what may and is determined to prove his talent in an industry where getting noticed […]

Shraddha Das of Lahore fame with Madhur Bhandarkar

Written by on August 4th, 2010

She’s all the rage in the Telugu film fraternity and reigns with the crown of ultimate glam diva however when it comes to Shraddha Das’s persona in the Hindi Film Industry the actresses has perhaps both consciously and unconsciously opted for a much different persona thanks to her debut film Lahore which not only was […]

Vivek To Get Hitched

Written by on August 4th, 2010

Who doesn’t love a good-ol-B-town wedding where the papparazi go crazy and the tabloid writers get busy writing about everything from the food to the clothes to the actual ceremony. Looks like we’ll be getting just all this and so much more this October when one of B-town’s most eligible bachelor, Vivek Oberoi, finally gets […]

Khatta Meetha

Written by on July 25th, 2010

Priyadarshan continues to lessen the divide between Hindi and Malayalam cinema and this time around chooses to remake his own blockbuster Vellankaludu Nadu. Akshay Kumar once again joins hands with the comedy guru and together they promised to deliver yet another blockbuster entertainer. If there is one thing Priyadarshan excels in other than just delivering […]

Peepli Live to Premiere in Melbourne, Australia

Written by on July 12th, 2010

London, New York and of course, the metropolitan cities of India are the common chosen destinations for film premieres, but Aamir Khan as always chooses to travel the path less travelled, and has zeroed down on Melbourne for the premiere of Peepli Live. The main reason for the choice is that film will not just […]

“Akshay made sure I gave my best for the role” – Trisha Krishnan

Written by on July 12th, 2010

To the Hindi audiences, Trisha Krishnan may be a foreign name, but for her South Indian fans she’s already a superstar having close to 35 films to her name in the last 7 years and numerous blockbusters! After years of speculations of ‘will she or won’t she’ the South Indian diva decides to take up […]

Lisa Ray re-organizes her life

Written by on July 12th, 2010

There is no one better suited for the title of ‘Warrior Princess’ then the very stunning, princess like and extremely talented Lisa Ray, who has now become the hero of many who look up to her. The Canadian actress who started off her career in Vikram Bhatt’s Kasoor was diagnosed with cancer and after a […]

Milenge Milenge

Written by on July 11th, 2010

It is so crucial when reviewing a movie that has been delayed or deleted and brought back, to walk into the cinema hall with an open mind that it won’t be a disaster as history dictates. So that’s what I do as I catch up, finally, with this Boney Kapoor production, Satish Kaushik directorial and […]


Written by on July 10th, 2010

Amit Trivedi is the man of the moment it seems with his demand increasing more and more by the day. His recently released album Udaan lived up to expectations and now it’s time to see if his much awaited album Aisha has a similar outcome. Expectations from this album would have been without a doubt […]

No Words of Wisdom from Aamir-Mamu for Imran

Written by on July 7th, 2010

It is generally assumed that when you hail from a filmi family your existence in the battlefield that is the Hindi Film Industry becomes far more plausible than it would if you’re a stranger to the world. Not only do you get an easy debut, you also get words of wisdom from those near and […]

Vishal Bhardwaj Signs Aishwarya

Written by on July 7th, 2010

Demand for Aishwarya Rai Bachchan never seems to waiver despite the fate of her films at the box office or in the eyes of critics. Even after Raavan fell below expectations the actress continues to be in demand by the biggest names in the industry. The latest name to be added to the list is […]

Rhea Kapoor’s Numerous Favors for Boyfriend Exposed!

Written by on July 6th, 2010

Just when you the filmi market is silent from the screams of controversy and rumors, a big one makes an appearance. And this time it is not the older Kapoor daughter making the news but rather the young daughter of Anil Kapoor, Rhea Kapoor, incidentally also producer of her sister’s upcoming Emma’s remake Aisha. It […]


Written by on July 5th, 2010

Usually it takes composers some time to make a mark for themselves however Amit Trivedi is one unique composer who has gained quite a bit of recognition in a rather short span of time. In just a matter of 2 years the composer has become one of the most sought after names in the Hindi […]

“AGPS has changed a lot of our perception about the industry” – Ajay Singh

Written by on July 5th, 2010

With a new director comes a new hope. Hope to see a different kind of cinema. With a new name calling the shots behind the camera, we hope to see a new vision on screen. Director Ajay Singh’s debut with his upcoming short film “Avant Garde Pyathagoras Sharma” (AGPS) carries similar expectations. With his extensive […]

Shah Rukh Promotes Young Talent Through Tv-Movies

Written by on July 1st, 2010

The vision Shah Rukh Khan shared at the press release of Luv Reels has reminded fans, media and his peers just why he’s a superstar, and the answer is that it has to do with more than just his talent. King Khan shared his noble vision to give a credible platform for aspiring artists in […]

Recession hits Police Department, Stars look for Security!

Written by on July 1st, 2010

The season of downgrading continues in light of the global financial crisis and now Bollywood stars will suffer in a unique fashion. As if the total losses for the year wasn’t high already, the stars are now likely to suffer another repercussion of the global financial crisis in the form of loosing security. That’s correct, […]

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