Gabbar

Gabbar Is Back Hindi Movie Review: Flawed Yet Enjoyable

After unleashing the atrocity called Rowdy Rathore (a remake of the Telugu superhit Vikramarkudu) more than 2 years ago, Akshay Kumar and ‘Producer’ Sanjay Leela Bhansali reunite for Gabbar Is Back – a remake of the Tamil movie Ramanna directed by A.R Murugadoss and starring Vijaykanth. Aditya (Akshay Kumar) a college professor kidnaps and kills…

Baby-Movie

Baby: Childish Effort

Ever seen a Rohit Shetty film and how he pulls of 80 minutes of good footage spread across 150 minutes of bad film and he has pulled off many such gems over the career with his Comedy. Welcome the one film wonder Neeraj Pandey do a Rohit Shetty to a Thriller and pull off 90…

The flying side kick

When Akshay Kumar Had Chest Hair

The 90s are also exactly the first 10 years of my life. Naturally, I associate the decade with a lot of innocence. When you are that young there is a kind of purity in your choices and intentions. You like or dislike certain things only because ‘you’ feel so. You can’t really explain why, but…

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Baby Movie Review: No child’s play, this!

The one admirable quality about Neeraj Pandey is that he is consistent. What his movies lack in nuance, and grit, they more than make up for it with a solid script and performances. He may aim to be Bollywood’s Katherine Bigelow or Paul Greengrass, but somehow he’s managed to be to this decade what Subhash…

2014 Bollywood films

Average Bollywood Films: 2014

As mentioned in my previous article on the Best of Bollywood, this hasn’t been a good year. So much so that I cannot even find ten films to fit into the average bracket. There are a few films like Mardaani and Shaadi Ke Side Effects that lie in the netherworld between Good and Average, hence…

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Go..Go..Go…Govinda

Swarg was the first ever movie with which I took notice of Govinda’s acting skills, though the film was nothing more than a typical family drama. But over the years, this talented actor became an indispensable part of the movies for me as I grew.