June 2015

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    Guddu Rangeela Music Review

    ::cck::904::/cck:: ::fulltext:: Director Subhash Kapoor’s films are not exactly known for their music. While ‘Phas Gaye Re Obama’ was a very situational soundtrack, ‘Jolly LLB’ had a couple of hummable songs. After working with composer Krsna (‘Tanu Weds Manu Returns’) in his last film, Kapoor gets a much more experienced Amit Trivedi to compose four […] More

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    Tara Alisha Berry’s character in Anurag Basu’s Chokher Bali is very submissive

    ::cck::903::/cck:: ::fulltext:: After making her Hindi film debut last year with ‘Mastram’, Tara Alisha Berry will be seen in two films, ‘Gun Pe Done’ and ‘The Perfect Girl’, this year. But, before you see her back on the silver screen, you could watch the actress in Anurag Basu’s adaptation of Rabindranath Tagore’s classic novel ‘Chokher […] More

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    The Sultans of Silent Era (Part 3)

    ::cck::902::/cck::::fulltext:: The Bengal Tigers of Cinema It was in 1896 that Bioscope came to the British Capital of Calcutta in India. Besides Bombay, which being on the Western coast, attracted ships coming in from the West, Calcutta was the chosen centre of British rule in this country. Being the political and commercial capital of India […] More

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    Insidious: Chapter 3 Movie Review

    Even though ‘The Conjuring’ has been considered as the most exciting horror movie of the recent times by the common audience, there has always been something about ‘Insidious’. The journey through the astral dimension and the demons of that world which they called The Further, has worked very well with the viewers. ‘Insidious: Chapter 3’ […] More

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    Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho is looking at a good box office opening due to its content

    ::cck::900::/cck::::fulltext:: Three small to mid budget films release this weekend – ‘Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho’, ‘Uvaa’ and ‘Bezubaan Ishq’. Between the three, ‘Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho’ is a concept based film, ‘Uvaa’ deals with a topical issue and ‘Bezubaan Ishq’ is a dramatic love triangle. Each of these would be getting a controlled release for […] More

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    “Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho conveys a message in an entertaining manner” – Rahul Bagga

    After disappearing from the big screen for a year, Rahul Bagga is back as the lead protagonist in journalist-turned-filmmaker Vinod Kapri’s ‘Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho’, a social satire. In this interview, the actor talks about the film, sharing space with veterans and the value of entertainment in cinema. The first poster of ‘Miss Tanakpur Haazir […] More

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    ABCD 2 is a smash hit!

    ::cck::898::/cck::::fulltext:: ‘ABCD 2’ has done better than what was predicted in this column last week. While it was a given that the film would be Varun Dhawan’s biggest opener till date (by beating Rs. 9 crore (Rs. 90 million) opening day of ‘Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya’) and would certainly cross the Rs. 10 crore (Rs. […] More

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    ABCD 2 Movie Review

    In the 80s and the 90s, there were several Mithun Chakraborty and Govinda starrers that became famous for their dance numbers and the moves exhibited by the actors. These films were just masquerading as dance films and though they satiated the appetite of the viewers who were longing to watch movies of this genre, they […] More

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    Aamir Khan’s on-screen daughters’ strict diet and training starts

    ::cck::896::/cck:: ::fulltext:: Aamir Khan will be seen playing a father to four daughters in his next film Dangal. While Fatima Shaikh and Sanya Malhotra had been finalized to play the roles of two of his daughters, Zaira Wasim and Suhani Bhatnagar will play the younger Fatima and Sanya in the film. Aamir Khan along with […] More

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    Hamari Adhuri Kahani has decent collections

    ::cck::895::/cck::::fulltext:: Despite all the negative reviews that came the way of ‘Hamari Adhuri Kahani’, the film has managed to demonstrate decent hold at the box office, especially on the weekdays. There was patronage from the crowds in the interiors that ensures that between Monday and Thursday, the film collected over Rs. 10 crore (Rs. 100 […] More

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    Zubeidaa Music Review

    Mammo’ for director Shyam Benegal, journalist/writer/filmmaker Khalid Mohamed suggested that they should make a film on Khalid’s mother, the late actress Zubeida Begum. Zubeida’s life had a lot of tragic moments and thus they needed a composer who could not only recreate the music of a bygone era but also could manage to bring out […] More

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