Bollywood simply lacks the grammar of the South Indian masala fare to make vigilante films. Krish is very much a Continue reading
A review of Vai Raja Vei for Silverscreen here.
That Chaitanya Tamhane’s Court uses the cinéma vérité approach is not saying much. It uses it in the most unique Continue reading
Bathrooms play an important part in Dharam Sankat Mein. There is a joke on ghusal-khana – the place and the Continue reading
The Bakshy in Dibakar Banerjee’s Detective Byomkesh Bakshy is spelled with a ‘y’ and the film’s title ends with an Continue reading
The opening credits of NH10 forces you to take in the surroundings. It’s the world of huge malls, posh looking Continue reading
Dev (Arjun Mathur) returns to his roots – of a mother’s house and coffee plantations – and he goes there Continue reading
Dum Laga Ke Haisha comes from Yash Raj Films. When their name appears right after the censor certificate, we hear Continue reading