It starts out as a black comedy of errors, but slowly and surely evolves into a beacon of warmth, that will make sure you walk out of the theatre with a big smile on your face.
Katheyondu Shuruvagide is just what the Kannada industry needed as a benchmark for young and upcoming directors, a movie where the screenplay is king.
Paddayi is a cinematic offering that not only does justice to its source material in a manner that would make the Bard proud, but also reminds us why it earned the prestigious National award!
What can one say about Sanjay Dutt, that the multitudes of headlines, columns, think pieces, testimonials, and even an unauthorized biography, haven’t let us know? Dutt or Baba as he’s more fondly referred to by his fandom, ranging from colleagues in the film fraternity, to the man on the street, has always been a darling…
Leaves the audience with a lingering feeling that this could have been so so so much more.
Raazi is a thrilling tale, about a girl who first becomes a spy, and then deals with the consequences of it, told unflinchingly without resorting to any gimmickry.
What defines a leader? Is it ascertained by how he takes care of his people? Is it based on how he conducts itself? Can it be established by how he makes a decision?