The Pinkvilla Review: "Baby"

The Pinkvilla Review: "Baby"

‘Spoilers Ahead’
A film on terror needs to be almost perfect in its portrayal of facts. As Indian audiences are now familiar with kick ass TV shows like ‘Homeland’, and films like ‘The Hurt Locker’, even a simple flaw on a terror-based film irks massively. And that is precisely the problem with ‘Baby’.

The Pinkvilla Review: Alone

The Pinkvilla Review: Alone

Horror films often bring up this dilemma for me. Do I watch them for frights and thrills? Or do I also seek a story, a plot and credible context? Fans of horror cinema might not agree with me. If you seek jumps, and scares, ‘Alone’ does not disappoint. But looking for anything more will leave you disappointed.

The Pinkvilla Review: "I"

The Pinkvilla Review: "I"

Scale and spectacle are synonymous with Shankar - the Tamil filmmaker often likened to James Cameroon by his fans. With “I” he stuns, and stretches imagination, offering a visual spectacle, that stays with you much after you have left the theater. And there’s a second huge incentive to watch this canvass - Vikram.

One Size Doesnt Fit All - The Small Films of 2015

One Size Doesnt Fit All - The Small Films of 2015

George Clooney said this to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, organizers of the Golden Globe Awards while receiving the Cecil D Mille Award, “Thank you for keeping small films alive. Big ones do just fine. It’s the small ones that need an audience.”

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Varun Dhawan and Parineeti Chopra signed for 'Chenab Gandhi'

Varun Dhawan and Parineeti Chopra signed for 'Chenab Gandhi'

Sanjay Leela Bhansali was meant to produce a project of epic proportions starring Amitabh Bachchan, Vidya Balan and Rajeev Khandelwal. The project 'Chenab Gandhi' however never took off. It will now be revived by Smita Thackeray.
Smita confirmed to Mirror, "I plan to produce six to seven films this year, including Chenab Gandhi, under my new banner. Everything should be finalised by January 30."

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