Cast: Dilijit Dosanjh, Tapsee Pannu, Angad Bedi, Vijay Raaz, Kulbushan Kharbanda and Satish Kaushik Directed by Shaad Ali Music by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy Lyrics by Gulzar Cinematography Chirantan Das Advertisements
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.
After the humongous response to Prabhas’ Baahubali franchise in the North, his upcoming film Saaho remains highly anticipated. Bollywood producer Bhushan Kumar has now joined hands with UV Creations, one of the leading and most successful production houses in the south to present the film in Northern markets of India.
It is said there’s nothing crueller, than a life snatched away in its prime. But what would one say about the fate of a soul, a consciousness, trapped in that grey zone between the structure of life, and the release of death. One may never know what it goes through, but for those that surround…