CHANGE is the mantra of 2013…..for a lot of people…..and CHANGE is supposed to be good too. It doesn’t work favourably in all cases though….like it failed miserably when Ajay Devgn and Sajid Khan tried to work outside their comfort zones by changing their favourite director / actor respectively.
This is not a regular love story. This is not your regular slice of life film either. Neither is this your regular masala Bollywood film. Nor is it the senseless comedies are dished out in the name of entertainment.
This obviously applies to the YRF production house, who with their high budget films know how to milk the box office to its maximum and no one would want to get on their wrong side. Hence while producing these big budget movies, at times, their outcome is always known to them, since everything is so well planned by their marketing team. at the end of the day, its all about BO collections and not g...[Read More]
A day in the life of Sonakshi Sinha….. Get up Get Ready Reach Set Enter Vanity Van Enter the Tentwala – Madam we are ready Sonakshi – what is today’s colour Tentwala – Madam, today is a red and white saree Sonakshi – Saree, wow thats good. Easy to drape and covers well. I am ready.
Tigamanshu Dhulia, the name brings back memories of Paan Singh Tomar, Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster & Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster Returns. The last one starring two of his favourite actors. Working on the usual premise of the politics in the cow belt, Dhulia returns to the badlands, this time teaming up with the suave Saif Ali Khan Pataudi. This is Dhulia’s first foray into hard core commercial masala c...[Read More]
Anil Sharma & Sunny Deol have always managed to present a high profile product, especially after the success of Gadar, which sort of marked the re-entry of the fiery Sunny in the new millennium. After the family oriented Apne, the duo are back with their latest offering Singh Saab The Great.
Singham brought Rohit Shetty back in the action mould, which he had left for slapstick comedies for some time. Singham also brought the quintessential conflict between good and evil back in the forefront of Bollywood films. Prakash Raj as Jayakant Shikre was the evil nemesis to the do gooder local boy cop.
The gang of the never say die (hards) are back. And it keeps getting bigger.
Taken director Luc Besson, brings yet another female action flick, LUCY. Starring Scarlett Johansson in the title role, the film is about a girl who gets mixed up with the wrong guy, lands up in the wrong place, with the wrong kind of people and then finds her right purpose in life.
Its been 2 years since his last Eid release, but the wait seems justified. Imran Khan had said in a recent interview, that he would love to be star like Salman Khan. Reason being that for an SRK or uncle Aamir film, people wait for the promos and the story line before deciding to see it or not, but not for Salman.
Transformers 4: Age of Extinction is the best movie in the Transformers franchise. The movie has just a bit of everything, from humorous parts, especially with Joshua(Stanley Tucci), mind blowing action and a tinge of suspense.
Now hold your breath, yes, we have the dashing, KRK, (remember Desh whatever) in this film.