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Jab Harry Met Sejal

Jab Harry Met Sejal

So we have had a moderately poor year at the BO this year in Bollywood. With Salman, Ranbir, Bacchhan films sinking faster than a rock, so all hopes were on King Khan to salvage this month from literally going down the toilet drain… alas I have repeatedly mentioned that Imtiaz Ali makes movies for himself and his own satisfaction, I cant say creative because there is nothing creative in getting a ...[Read More]

Ae Dil Hai Mushkil

Ae Dil Hai Mushkil

Karan Johar returns as Director after 4 years and stupendous success. As mentioned last week in our   Diwali 2016, blog, a lot is riding on this film. Do they deliver?   Fawad Khan as a special appearance, was used as a publicity tool ever since he was shooting on ground. KJo had tweeted about how ‘special’ his role was and how integral he was to the entire atmosphere of ADHM. Well in his own...[Read More]

Diwali 2016

Diwali 2016

Well have been meaning to write this prior to the ‘negative’ publicity around the ‘ban’ against the upcoming Diwali flick, Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (ADHM). Firstly, whom were they kidding? Did they actually think they would ban one of the biggest releases of the year, during the most anticipated festival time, by one of the biggest production houses in Bollywood? After the release of Udta ...[Read More]

Review

Review

The film is a voiceover of the world through the intelligent eyes of Pluto Mehra, the Mehra family’s dog. Pluto conveys every emotion beautifully, with dialogues written by Javed Akhtar and voiced by Aamir Khan. On the contrary, the film’s most tender moments, I felt was between Pluto and Sunny Gill  (Farhan Akhtar) and Kabir Mehra (Ranveer Singh). The high society Dilli family of the Mehras has i...[Read More]

Review

Review

Starting in 1949 Bombay, this is the story of a young tot, Balraj who arrives from Sialkot, to be raised in a brothel, where he learns the value of money and earns his friendship with Chiman. Somewhere in Portuguese occupied Goa, a young Rosie, is picked from a choir by a music scout wanting to train her. This turns out to be the first abusive relationship of her life. In 1960, all have grown up i...[Read More]