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Deepika Padukone

Padmavat

Padmavat

  Ok. Lets put things in perspective. This is in no way a historical or biopic of any of the ancient kings. It is a historical drama film with names used of real life characters but adapted for cinematic liberties. Somewhat like Bahubali, but that had some flights of fantasy involved in its liberties. The film is 163 minutes long, so please ensure you are well fed during the film, cos there w...[Read More]

Raabta

Raabta

Some said it was a remake of Magadheera, some said similar to Mirzya, etc. etc. What in all the film Raabta, is, basically an act of indulgence by its producers because they could afford to. Otherwise nowhere does it make sense for Dinesh Vijan the producer to turn director with this clichéd product. So we have Sushant and Kriti, doing what Ranbir/Anushka and Ranveer/whatever did in their last out...[Read More]

Review

Review

Needless to say, by default now, Bhansali’s all movies are poetry in motion. It has been ever since Hum Dil… right upto his last Ram Leela. Bajirao is no different. So lets accept the fact that Bhansali, the production team of Sriram Kannan Iyengar, Sujeet Subhash Sawant, Saloni Ankush Dhatrak and the DoP, Sudeep Chatterjee have left no stone unturned to present you a visually brilliant Christmas ...[Read More]

Review

Review

Set in the very famous CR Park, Bhaskor Banerjee (Bachchan), a hypochondriac septuagenarian, lives with his unmarried 30 plus daughter, Piku (Padukone). Both father and daughter are what you would call typically in Bambaiya lingo dimaag ka dahi… Piku tries to run a small time firm with her partner Sai (Jeeishu Sengupta) but as shown in the first 15 minutes of the film, her life is controlled...[Read More]