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    Drive Movie Review

    Sometime in 2016 is when one first heard of Tarun Mansukhani making an action film, revolving around cars, with Sushant Singh Rajput and Jacqueline Fernandez. Tarun had made his debut with the much successful ‘Dostana’ (2008) and had followed it up with ‘Koochi Koochi Hota Hai’ (2010), an animated film which never saw the light […] More

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    Bala Movie Review

    Hair loss is a very common problem among adult males across the globe. Two years back, this issue was addressed in the Kannada film ‘Ondu Motteya Kathe’ (2017). The film was remade into Hindi as ‘Ujda Chaman’ and released last week. Now, another film dealing with the same issue – ‘Bala’- has hit the theatres. […] More

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    Kanpuriye Movie Review

    In the recent times, there has been an overflow of films set in small towns. The success of a couple of films set in the hinterland of the country encouraged a bunch of filmmakers to make films in a similar space. While a few films have depicted life in small town quite accurately, a lot […] More

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    The Sky Is Pink Movie Review

    There can be no greater grief for a parent than the loss of his or her child. Shonali Bose, who had earlier directed ‘Amu’ (2005) and ‘Margarita With A Straw’ (2014) earlier, has made a film on the aforementioned subject. The film is called ‘The Sky Is Pink’ and features Priyanka Chopra, Farhan Akhtar, Zaira […] More

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    The Sky Is Pink Music Review

    Filmmaker Shonali Bose’s last film ‘Margarita With A Straw’ (2014) had a very good and largely innovative soundtrack by Mikey McCleary (music) and Prasoon Joshi (lyrics). For her new film ‘The Sky Is Pink’, which boasts of quite a stellar cast comprising of Priyanka Chopra, Farhan Akhtar, Zaira Wasim and Rohit Saraf, she has brought […] More

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    War Movie Review

    Seeing two of the biggest action stars of our times in a film together is an exciting idea in itself. Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff coming together in an action thriller is great news. However, there are some concerns one has as one steps inside the theatre to watch ‘War’, this week’s new Hindi release […] More

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    War Music Review

    Composers duo Vishal and Shekhar have done some of their best work with filmmaker Siddharth Anand. Out of all the good work they have done with him, ‘Anjaana Anjaani’ (2010) continues to remain the best. They team up again with Anand for ‘War’, one of the most anticipated films of the year featuring two of […] More

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    The Family Man Review

    The OTT platforms have been able to which television failed to do for a long time – get mainstream film actors on board to be a part of fiction shows. While most film stars preferred hosting non-fiction/reality TV shows, they stayed away from doing fiction based content. There are a few major actors like Amitabh […] More

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    Marjaavaan Trailer Review: Good, old masala films are not going out of fashion anytime soon!

    Every time ‘cinema experts’ claim that the time of commercial potboilers or masala films, as they are commonly known as, is over, a film comes and changes the game. While the South Indian film industry makes massy films on a regular basis, the Hindi film industry is veering more towards films appealing to the sensibilities […] More

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    Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas Music Review

    There was a time when the films produced by the Deols under their home banner of Vijayta Films (or now under Sunny Sound) were known for their superlative music. ‘Betaab’ (R.D Burman), ‘Barsaat’ (Nadeem – Shravan), ‘Dillagi’ (Jatin-Lalit, Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, Anand-Milind and Sukhwinder Singh), ‘Socha Na Tha’ (Sandesh Shandilya) boasted of some fine music. The music […] More

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    The Zoya Factor Music Review

    Despite delivering quality albums consistently, after being in the business for than two decades (as film composers), Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy (SEL) are not as active on the film front as one would like them to be. One of the reasons is that they are one (or three) of the few composers who have stayed away from being […] More

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    “I would love to continue acting if I get some good opportunities” – Monali Thakur

    Her versatility can be gauged from the fact that she has sung a “Touch Me” (‘Race’, 2008) and “Sawaar Loon” (‘Lootera’, 2013) with an equal amount of ease. In this interview, singer Monali Thakur talks about paying tribute to the Lata Mangeshkar sung “Paani Paani Re” from ‘Maachis’ (1996), “Ho Jaa Aawara” from ‘Pal Pal […] More

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