Govind Nihalani’s Party (1984): A Rare Beast

It starts with a rousing monologue. The revolutionary soliloquy leaves no space for ambiguity as far as the ideology of the filmmaker is concerned. But yet, it contains enough to indicate that he is also capable of unbiased introspection.

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Manjhi–The Mountain Man Movie Review: Not Perfect but a Significant Film

After watching Manjhi – The Mountain Man, I came out of the theater with a buzzing mind. My eyes had turned a bit moist towards the end of the film but I also had a slight ache quietly making its way into my head. I had a lot of questions running through my mind, several visuals were stuck in my head but, also, a strange sense of incompleteness had infiltrated my heart.Continue reading “Manjhi–The Mountain Man Movie Review: Not Perfect but a Significant Film”

Manjhi The Mountain Man: Trailer

Manjhi the Mountain Man Still 1Presented by Viacom18 Motion Pictures in association with NFDC and Maya Movies, Manjhi -The Mountain Man is directed by Ketan Mehta. Releasing on August 21st, 2015, the film features Nawazuddin Siddiqui in and as Manjhi along with Radhika Apte playing his beloved wife, this biopic is the story of an ordinary man who performed the extraordinary.Sandesh Shandilya is the music composer while Rajvi Jain is the DOP and Pratika Chitalia is the editor.Continue reading “Manjhi The Mountain Man: Trailer”

Hum : Ek Hi Hai ‘TIGER’

HUM-PosterDuring the late 80’s , the Amitabh Bachchan mania had begun to decline with most of his films failing at the box office. Even films such as Jaadugar, Toofan etc  made  by his most trusted directors such as Prakash Mehra, Manmohan Desai were an embarrassment to Big B’s filmography. Much like his peers such as Dharamendra, Shatrughan Sinha , Amitabh also followed the trend and was a part of many a torturous flicks in the 80’s. Something that was definitely not suited for  the Big B.Continue reading “Hum : Ek Hi Hai ‘TIGER’”