Roar Movie Review

Roar Movie Review

Here is the review for the movie Roar. Watch out this space for more updates!
Rating:4/5 Review By:Suhani Singh Site:India Today

Fireflies Movie Review

Fireflies Movie Review

Here is the review for the movie Fireflies. Watch out this space for more updates!
Rating:3.5/5 Review By:Subhash K Jha Site:IANS
"Fireflies" is an imperfect film about flawed characters who disguise their spiritual ennui in tailored postures of sophistication. It's not a great film. But it's sincere and a largely well-crafted piece of cinema about fractured lives frozen in compromised relationships.

Super Nani Movie Review

Super Nani Movie Review

Here is the review for the movie Super Nani. Watch out this space for more updates!
Rating:/5 Review By:Shekhar H Hooli Site:IB Times
"Super Nani" is a good family entertainer, which makes the viewers laugh as well as cry. It is a great comeback for Rekha, who overshadows all other actors in the film. The predictable plot and over melodrama are its two big drawbacks, which may not stop the audience from enjoying the movie.

Column: Bollywood and its dislike for critics and their criticism

Column: Bollywood and its dislike for critics and their criticism

‘Happy New Year’ has grossed over a zillion crores. Okay, it hasn’t. But the countdown to its numbers, with a deluge of press releases reporting its stupendous success makes me think- it Must be that much at least! (You see, am weak at Maths).
And film critics, didn’t like it. The overarching tone of reviews for this massive film, have been reminiscent of past glory (‘Om Shanti Om’ and ‘Main Hoon Na’).

"The One Director I’d Like To See In Front Of The Camera"

"The One Director I’d Like To See In Front Of The Camera"

What is it that lures filmmakers to the other side of the camera? Guru Dutt never wanted to act. When Dilip Kumat stepped out of Pyasa at the last minute the director donned the actor’s role...and the rest is history. Now of course there is an avalanche of directors who take to acting mainly to experience what it feels like from the other side. We asked filmmakers which of their colleagues we’d like to see facing the camera.
Ajay Bahl: “Imtiaz Ali. He has interesting facial features and a malleable quality to his personality.”

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