Gully Boy Movie Review: Rhymes For a Reason!

In Zoya Akhtar’s latest directorial venture GULLY BOY, we have a scene which involves foreign tourists being brought into the congested slums of Dharavi by a local guide on probably their ‘slumdog millionaire’ sightseeing trip.   “Wow,” one of the tourists exclaim when they are shown a house, “Look…every inch has been used!” It seems the…

Ribbon: Trailer

In Rakhee Sandilya‘s directorial debut Ribbon, a young working urban couple is overwhelmed with the birth of a baby girl but they soon realize that parenthood has its own challenges. Based on a story by Ekalavya, the screenplay is written jointly by Rakhee Sandilya and Rajeev Upadhyay (dialogues by Raghav Dutt and Manjiri Pupala), the film…

Mantra: Trailer

Nicholas Kharkongor‘s Mantra is due for release on 17th March. The film which has been crowd funded, has also had a decent film festival run which included winning the Best Feature Film Award at the South Asian International Film Festival (SAIFF), New York 2016 and being part of the Mumbai Film Festival (Jio MAMI 2016)…

Waiting Movie Review: An Anatomy of Grief

Two strangers meeting in a hospital waiting for their beloved partners who are in a comatose state, is a perfect subject material for melancholy with a capital M inscribed all over it. But director Anu Menon’s tragically witty, humorous take on grief and desolation ‘Waiting’ is strangely uplifting and philosophical, without at once being pedantic…

Waiting: Trailer

Anu Menon who has made films like London, Paris, New York and X: Past is Present (one of the 11 directors on board) is now back with her latest film, Waiting that’s produced by Priti Gupta and Manish Mundra under the banner of Ishka Films and Drishyam Films. The film stars Naseeruddin Shah and Kalki Koechlin in lead…