Well a lot has been spoken about this film and the taboos it tries to break by using the real life story of Arunachalam Muruganantham, the man from Coimbatore, who really spent his life and created this revolution in rural India. So I wont get into the subject of the film, since that is its USP. What I would like to write in this review is that one has to give it to the makers, Balki, Twinkle Khan...[Read More]
As the serious butt kicking, no nonsense agent, who stole the entire Kathmandu episode in Baby, this prequel was very much required to carry on the franchisee and the story of the only woman agent in an all boy gang. Written by Neeraj Pandey and directed by Shivam Nair, somehow, somewhere there seems to have been a disconnect in what was conceived and what was executed finally. So whilst we all kn...[Read More]
Someone once said, God is in the details. It is those details that Subhash Kapoor the director, writer captures so well on screen. After the quirky Phas Gaye Re Obama, Jolly LLB and the disastrous Guddu Rangeela, he returns to the legal space he presented so well with Arshad Warsi & Boman Irani. So Jagdishwar Mishra a.k.a. Jolly, is a wannabe lawyer, actually the 15th assistant to one o...[Read More]
So we all know and have read enough Wikipedia to know that the film is based on the sensational Nanavati Murders wherein Cdr. K. Nanavati was found pronounced guilty by the judge against the jury’s vote, upheld by the High Court and Supreme Court, later given pardon because of his close proximity to the scions of the ruling political family of India; that the case had the country fighting on commu...[Read More]
This is not a political thriller. As a matter of fact, from what I know, this was supposed to be a pure documentary, till Akshay Kumar came on board and decided to make it in a docu-drama. So please do not expect an Argo or Baby here, which quite a few people are bound to do due to the setting of the movie. Ranjit Katyal (Akshay Kumar), a successful and shrewd businessman, who prefers to be known ...[Read More]
Released in 2011, this Tom Hardy / Joel Edgerton film, directed by Gavin O’Connor was a hard hitting, no holes barred film about a martial arts competition and 2 brothers pitched against each other in the same. Unfortunately, this Ekta Pathak Kapoor adapted screenplay, turns out to be far from that. In a 160 minute film, unfortunately, the competition starts after 110 minutes or so, by which time ...[Read More]
Hit Telegu film director, Krish makes his Bollywood debut in the remake of A.R. Murugadoss’ 2002 hit, Ramanaa, in this Sanjay Leela Bhansali production called Gabbar is back.