Siddharth Anand’s War: Two patriotic men and their Magnificent mean machines

Produced by Aditya Chopra and directed by Siddharth Anand, WAR typically does not give you the RAW is WAR feel but the makers have turned this film into a heady cocktail of ISIS, uber cool women and speeding bikes and cars packed with stunts, so that you stay glued to the edge of your seat till the time the film finally winds up. Opening with … Continue reading Siddharth Anand’s War: Two patriotic men and their Magnificent mean machines

Real story behind Nikkhil Advani’s Batla House

Having grossed close to 40 crore at the box office, Bollywood hunk  John Abraham has returned to the silver screen with Batla House, featuring Mrunal Thakur in the lead. Released on Independence Day it is in direct contest with Akshay Kumar’s sci-fi flick Mission Mangal. While the film is doing good the Nikkhil Advani directorial, Batla House tries giving an insight into the 2008 encounter … Continue reading Real story behind Nikkhil Advani’s Batla House

Judgementall Hai Kya? fuels yet another plagiarism debate in Bollywood

Kangana Ranaut – Rajkumar Rao starrer Judgmentall Hai Kya has run into rough weather after the film faced charges of plagiarism. Days after it hit the silver screen on July 26, the film has now entered into yet another problem with an international artist levelling charges of the film poster being a ripoff.     From the very beginning the film has been witnessing controversies. Despite … Continue reading Judgementall Hai Kya? fuels yet another plagiarism debate in Bollywood

With caste as underlining factor, Article 15 makes noises in an uneven world

The idea of Anubhav Sinha’s Article 15 is loosely based on the infamous Badaun gangrape and the various twists and turns the case sees over the course of the investigation. The film opens with a song—“Kahab to lagi jaaye dhak se” being rendered in a group where talk of disparities is foremost. It speaks of how the Dalit community is having to bear the brunt … Continue reading With caste as underlining factor, Article 15 makes noises in an uneven world

Shweta Basu Prasad in Tashkent Files is a reveting tribute to journalism

Each journalist must watch The Tashkent Files because following your conviction and sticking to your stand is not easy today Tashkent Files is a clever attempt at paying homage to the legendary Lal Bahadur Shastri. It not just attempts decoding, even if flatly the historical facts behind the death of Shastri, but it also talks about how a journalist in today’s times stands for a … Continue reading Shweta Basu Prasad in Tashkent Files is a reveting tribute to journalism

Let’s admit we all called Zaira Wasim un – Islamic

Two things happened in life side by side for me. One side there were reports that Zaira Wasim was quitting Bollywood because there was a clear contradiction between her career and her religion. Back home there were reports that next time you go to Bada Imambara you will have to dress up well so that you do not look or seem to violate the set … Continue reading Let’s admit we all called Zaira Wasim un – Islamic

AIB: Subtle Art of Fucking up in true blue Bakchod Style

AIB from the pinnacle of glory fell into the deep pit of oblivion with them getting trapped in a sexual misconduct case which did not just damage livelihoods but even wiped out one of the most promising standup collectives from the comedy scene in India Comedian Tanmay Bhat recently shared a message on his social media handle where he spoke of suffering from clinical depression. … Continue reading AIB: Subtle Art of Fucking up in true blue Bakchod Style