Bullet Raja Movie Review

Bullett Raja Movie Review : Trying too hard to be cool

Post Paan Singh Tomar, Tigmanshu Dhulia has been on every movie buff’s ‘director-to-watch-out-for’ list, even when Haasil remains his best directed film for me. Earlier this year, he gave us the delectable Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster Returns which quite did not get the universal acclaim it aimed to fetch post PST. And now comes Bullett…

Bullett Raja: Trailer

After Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster Returns Tigmanshu Dhulia combines once again with Rahul Mittra and Nitin Tej Ahuja to come up with Bullett Raja. Featuring Saif Ali Khan in the lead, the film also features Sonakshi Sinha, Jimmy Shergill, Tigmanshu Dhulia, Mahie Gill, Gulshan Grover, Chunky Pandey etc.

World War Z: Indian Theatrical Trailer

Zombie movies as a genre is very popular in western cinema. There is a loyal fan base for this genre.It also caught the fancy of Indian Directors and this year we had two Zombie films, one of them was Go Goa Gone, produced by Bollywood Actor Saif Ali Khan. Both the Zombie films failed to…

Go Goa Gone: Bullets, Blood and Babaji ki Booty!

Goa! The most popular tourist destination in India has served as the backdrop to quite a few movies in the past. Be it your typical masala potboiler (Singham), a gritty cop-thriller (Dum Maaro Dum), a coming of age tale (Trikaal, Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa) or a frothy tale of male bonding (Dil Chahta Hai), Goa…

Popular Male Jodis of Indian Cinema: Part 1

One of the most oft explored themes in Indian cinema is that of Male bonding. Since time immemorial, the male bonding theme was explored in various ways . i.e. through a love triangle ( 2 guys falling for the same girl), lost and found formula, two brothers or friends on the opposite sides of the…

And why do we need Indian Zombies?

As if the Indian horror genre was not dead enough, we are trying to resurrect it with Zombie films.( who comes up with these ideas ……?) Earlier we had to suffer with the rise of Ramseys who made Hammer films look like sophisticated works of art. They did achieve a cult status, but a cult…