We’ve Shifted to a new location

We’d like to first of all thank our readers and authors for their continued patronage and the encouragement for the work we do. Its been our constant endeavour to keep bringing you content that you would find interesting and hopefully stimulating as well. Continue reading “We’ve Shifted to a new location”


Tukaram is a forthcoming Marathi movie directed by Chandrakant Kulkarni and produced by Sanjay Chhabria. A biopic on the life and times of Sant Tukaram, a popular 17th century saint and poet from Maharashtra, the film stars Jitendra Joshi in and as Tukaram. Also starring Radhika Apte, Veena Jaamkar, Yatin Karyekar etc, the film has music by Ashok Patki and Avadhoot Gupte. Written by Ajit Dalvi and Prashant Dalvi, Rajen Kothari is the DOP and Ballu Saluja the editor.

The earlier 1936 film Sant Tukaram is still widely remembered in the Marathi cinema circles and here’s hoping that the 2012 version also emerges as a film worthy enough to be remembered as well. Tukaram is expected to release shortly and till then do check out the trailer of the film-

Gabbar Singh-Trailer

After Simbu tried to emulate Salman Khan in Osthe,the Tamil version of Dabanng its now time for Pawan Kalyan to do the same with Gabbar Singh, the Telugu version. Right from the time the movie was launched it has been drawing a lot of attention like with all Pawan Kalyan films, thanks to his huge fan base. Continue reading “Gabbar Singh-Trailer”

Sunday Watch-SRK Speech at Yale

The influence of Bollywood seems to getting wider day by day, testimony to this fact is Shah Rukh Khan recently being honoured with prestigious  Chubb Fellowship at Yale University. Late  C.N.Annadurai ,Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu was first Non-AmericanContinue reading “Sunday Watch-SRK Speech at Yale”

Billa II – Teaser Promo

Ajith is back with Billa II after the successful 2007 flick Billa which was directed by Vishnuvardhan. Expected to release on 25th May, Billa II is supposed to be a prequel to Billa ( unlike Don-2 which was a sequel ) and talks about how David, an ordinary man from coastal Tamil Nadu becomes the dreaded don Billa. Directed by Chakri Toleti  and also starring Parvathy Omanakuttan, Bruna Abdullah, Vidyut Jamwal and Sudhanshu Pandey in supporting roles who all make their debut in Tamil cinema, the film has music by Yuvan Shankar Raja and R.D.Rajasekhar is the DOP.

Expected to be the big ticket summer Tamil release, watch this interesting teaser for now.

Iron Sky-Trailer

In what looks like the surprise package of the year, Iron Sky is a dark sci-fi comedy film directed by Timo Vuorensola and is a Finnish-German-Australian co-production. Premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival 2012, Iron Sky is set in 2018 and tells a story where German Nazi, after being defeated in 1945, fled to the Moon where they built a space fleet, and are now ready to conquer Earth.Continue reading “Iron Sky-Trailer”


After working together in back to back Marathi films, Mee Shivajeraje Bhosale Boltoy and Fakt Ladh Mana, Mahesh Manjrekar and Sachin Khedekar join hands again with Kaksparsh. Directed by Mahesh Manjrekar and based on a story by Usha Datar, the screenplay and dialogues have been written by Girish Joshi. Continue reading “Kaksparsh-Trailer”

We Are Family

We are Family

P.S. – Outsiders Not Allowed

Make way for Arjun Kapoor, son of Boney Kapoor !

No one says it as openly and bluntly as K Jo’s recent film by the same name about the growing nepotism in the Hindi film industry. Or may I say a much legitimized nexus between the film families and the production houses. It pretty much goes without saying that over the last decade our film industry has become an old boys club where your surname and belonging to a film family is more important than your creative merit. In fact if statistics are to be believed, it’s perhaps the ONLY thing that matters.

Continue reading “We Are Family”

Total Recall ( 2012 ) – Trailer

A lot of us would certainly remember Total Recall a Hollywood Sci-Fi action film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger ( 1990 ) and directed by Paul Verhoeven. Based on the 1966 short story, We Can Remember It For You Wholesale by Philip K.Dick, the film certainly was considered a bit ahead of its times. In spite of it the film was a commercial success and rated reasonably well by critics as well. Coming up now is a totally revitalized remake by the same name, Total Recall. Directed by Len Wiseman, the remake stars Colin Farell as Douglas Quaid.

The film’s star cast also includes Jessica Biel, Kate Beckinsale, Bryan Cranston etc. Total Recall is slated for release in the U.S on 3rd August, 2012. Check out the trailer of the film which does look promising indeed-