There is something to be said about the durability and versatility of the road movie , a genre like no other, for the way it lends itself to so many different interpretations. It can be used as an allegory for a character to either find oneself through the journey, or even lose oneself. Sometimes, it’sContinue reading “Qarib Qarib Singlle Movie Review: Door Door Tak Boredom!”
Overall, Ki & Ka is not a great film but it hinges on a brave idea – like every R Balki film. Watch it for the affable Arjun Kapoor, some light-hearted, breezy romance but be ready to come out of the theater thinking – ‘if only…’
The thing about R. Balki is that he is a truly gifted man. He has the talent to come up with the most unorthodox ideas, and present them in the most credible manner on celluloid. In his capacity as an ad filmmaker, it is safe to say that he is par none. After all, withContinue reading “Ki & Ka Movie Review: Gender Dynamics for Dummies”
The upper-caste youth of India consider the reservations in the premier educational institutions( like the IITs and IIMs) as a punishment for something their ‘great-great-grandfathers’ did to somebody else’s ‘great-great-grandfathers’. Though there might be some substance in their argument that it compromises merit as there is indeed a big question mark on the effectiveness ofContinue reading “Fandry Movie Review: Searing Portrayal of Adolescent Love and Caste Discrimination”
That Rakesh Roshan‘s Krrish 3 is one of the most awaited films of 2013 is a fact that is known to all & sundry. A continuation of Koi Mil Gaya and Krrish, both successful films in the past, its time to see Hrithik Roshan once again don the superhero avatar.